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How do you clean Istat?

How do you clean Istat?

You must clean the I-stat analyzer between patient use when I-stats are used in direct patient care and when analyzer is visibly soiled. Wipe the I-stat analyzer with Sanicloth wipe, mild detergent, or a 10% bleach solution. Do not allow any cleaning product to enter the I-stat cartridge port.

What is the operating temperature range for the Istat?

Analyzer: The operating and storage temperature for the i-STAT analyzer is 16-300C (61-860F). The analyzer monitors its own temperature and will not operate outside the acceptable temperature range. In addition, humidity should not exceed 90% non-condensing and barometric pressure should be between 300-850 mmHg.

What does an i-stat test for?

The i-STAT is a handheld, in vitro analyser designed to be used at the patient’s bedside (point-of-care) for testing arterial, venous or capillary whole blood. It takes single-use cartridges containing chemically sensitive biosensors on a silicon chip that are configured for test-specific indicators.

When using non rechargeable batteries with i-stat how many 9 volt batteries are required?

two 9-volt
Install/Change Batteries The analyzer requires two 9-volt lithium batteries.

How does Abbott i-STAT work?

The i-STAT system uses a single disposable cartridge. The cartridge, which has been filled with fresh blood, is placed into a hand-held analyzer for analysis. The results are printed and also transmitted to a computer where they can be stored and transferred to another system for charting.

How long are i-STAT cartridges good for?

14 day
i-STAT cartridges have a 14 day room temperature expiry except for CG8+, EG6+, CG4+ blood gas cartridges which have a 2 month room temperature expiry. Mark the cartridge box or cartridge pouches with the room temperature expiry date.

Do i-STAT cartridges need to be refrigerated?

Cartridges may be stored at room temperature (18 to 30°C or 64 to 86°F) for 14 days. Cartridges should not be returned to the refrigerator once they have been at room temperature, and should not be exposed to temperatures above 30°C (86°F). If the pouch has been punctured, the cartridge should not be used.

How does the i-STAT measure blood glucose?

Glucose is measured amperometrically. Oxidation of glucose, catalyzed by the enzyme glucose oxidase, produces hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). The liberated H2O2 is oxidized at the electrode to produce a current proportional to the sample glucose concentration.

How long are Istat cartridges good for at room temperature?

What is a STAT 1 analyzer used for?

1 ANALYZER INTRODUCTION The i-STAT 1 Analyzer is used in conjunction with i-STAT cartridges for the simultaneous quantitative determination of specific analytes in whole blood. Refer to the Cartridge and Test Information section of this manual for information on analytes that can be measured using i-STAT cartridges.

What equipment is used in the i-stat1 analyzer?

The i-STAT1 Analyzer is capable of using the Abbott MediSense Precision PCx or PCx Plus Blood Glucose Test Strips. A dedicated desktop computer with the i-STAT Central Data Station program provides the primary information management capabilities for the i-STAT System.

How do I update my I-Stat 300 analyzer?

1 1 Updating Your i-STAT 1 Handheld i-STAT 1 JammLite Utility 1. 1 2 In the JammLite utility, select the i-STAT 300 Analyzer within the Instrument dropdown menu.

How many different labels does the i-STAT 1 wireless analyzer have?

Appendix 1: i-STAT 1 Wireless Analyzer Labels System Components Note: Pictured below are the three different labels that the i-STAT 1 Wireless Analyzer may have.