Mindray VS-800 User manual

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Anesthesia Machine Quick Guide

Shenzhen Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics Co., Ltd.

This guide contains the basics necessary to operate the product safely and quickly. For details, refer to the Operator's Manual.


Observance of this guide is a prerequisite for proper product performance and correct operation and ensures patient and operator safety.

This guide is based on the maximum configuration and therefore some contents may not apply to your product. If you have any question, please contact us.


The product bears CE mark indicating its conformity with the


provisions of the Council Directive 93/42/EEC concerning medical


© Copyright 2008-2009 Shenzhen Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Contents of this guide are subject to change without prior notice.

Mindray VS-800 User manual

Product Introduction


7.Control knob

12.Cylinder pressure gauge

2.Pipeline pressure gauge

8. Display

13.O2 flush button

3.Total flowmeter


14.Auxiliary electrical outlet

4.Flow control

10.Gas supply connector

15.Drawer lock

5.Electronic flowmeter

11.System switch

16.Worktable (with drawer)

6.Ventilator control panel




Product Introduction

1.O2 sensor connector

6.Bellows housing

2.Inspiration connector

7.Sample gas return port

3.Expiration connector

8.Manual bag port

4.Inspiratory check valve


5.Expiratory check valve

ventilation switch

10.APL (Airway Pressure Limit) valve

11.O2 sensor connector 12.Rotary handle 13.Sodalime canister


Product Introduction

1.Cylinder connector 2.Equipotential stud 3.Fan

4.Mains inlet 5.Network connector

6.CIS 12 V power supply connector

7.Speaker 8.Auxiliary O2 supply

9.ACGO (Auxiliary Common Gas Outlet) switch 10.Module slot

11.AGSS outlet 12.AGSS Transfer and Receiving System


Control Panel

The control panel is located beneath the ventilator display, as shown below:









1.Battery LED

2.AC power LED

3.Operating state LED

4.Alarm silence key

To set alarm silence state, push this key to enter 120 s alarm silenced

status. The alarm silence symbol and 120 s countdown time appear in the upper right corner of the screen.

To clear alarm silence, push this key again.

5.Standby key

Push to enter or exit standby mode.

6.Normal screen key

Push to clear all menus popping up on the screen and return to the normal screen.

7.MV&TVe alarm key

In case of manual ventilation mode: Push the key to switch off MV and TVe overrange alarms and apnea alarm. Push the key again to switch on MV and TVe overrange alarms and apnea alarm.

In case of mechanical ventilation mode: Push the key to switch off MV and TVe overrange alarms. Push the key again to switch on MV and TVe overrange alarms.

8.Control knob

Push the control knob to select a menu option or confirm your setting. Turn the control knob clockwise or counterclockwise to scroll through the menu options or change your settings.


Display Screen

This anesthesia machine adopts a high-resolution color TFT LCD to display various parameters, spirometry loops and waveforms (airway pressure, flow, volume, EtCO2, etc).

The following is a standard display screen. For descriptions of other screens, refer to Operator's Manual.



















1.Ventilation mode prompt area

Displays the current ventilation mode. If manual ventilation is selected for the

bag/mechanical ventilation switch, is displayed in this area. Otherwise, the currently selected mechanical ventilation mode is displayed.

2.Lung icon

The icon is displayed when SIMV-VC or SIMV-PC mode is selected and inspiration triggering action is done currently.


Display Screen

3.MV&TVe alarm off icon

4.Physiological alarm area

5.Apnea alarm off icon

6.Alarm silence icon area

7.System time

8.Technical alarm area

9.Power supply state icon area

Displays power source or battery icon. The icon is displayed when the anesthesia machine is powered by AC power source. The battery icon is displayed when the anesthesia machine is battery powered to indicate battery capacity.

10.[Vent Mode] shortcut key

Used to select mechanical ventilation mode. 11.[Alarm Setup] shortcut key

Used to change the alarm settings for the anesthetic ventilator, gas module or BIS module.

12.[Screens] shortcut key Used to set user screen.

13.[User Setup] shortcut key

Used to change the settings for TV compensation, O2 monitoring source, gas module, BIS module, screen, sound etc.

14.[Maintenance] shortcut key

Used to perform leak test, calibrate O2 sensor and flow sensor, view trend graph, trend table and alarm logbook, and set language, system time, pressure unit, IP address etc.

15.Timer Setup shortcut key

16.Parameter Setup shortcut keys area

Used to set the parameters related to mechanical ventilation mode. Shortcut keys arrangement is subject to specific mechanical ventilation mode.

17.System prompt message area

18.Parameter & graph area

Displays the parameters, waveforms, spirometry loops, or electronic flowmeter graphs which the anesthetic ventilator, gas module, or BIS module monitors. Different types of screens are displayed based on the actual system configuration or screen layout settings.


Inspect the System

Make sure that:

1.The anesthesia machine is undamaged.

2.All components are correctly attached.

3.The breathing system is correctly connected, and the breathing tubes are undamaged.

4.The vaporizers are locked in position and contain sufficient agent.

5.The gas supplies are connected and the pressures are correct.

6.Cylinder valves are closed on models with cylinder supplies.

7.The necessary emergency equipment is available and in good condition.

8.Equipment for airway maintenance and tracheal intubation is available and in good condition.

9.Applicable anesthetic and emergency drugs are available.

10.The casters are not damaged or loose and the brake is set and prevents movement.

11.The breathing system is locked (in theposition).

12.The AC mains indicator and the battery indicator come on when the power cord is connected to the AC power source. If the indicators are not on, the system does not have electrical power.

13.The anesthesia machine is switched on or off normally.


Make sure that the breathing system is correctly connected and not damaged.

The top shelf weight limit is 30 kg.


Preoperative Test

Test Intervals

Perform the preoperative tests listed below at these events: 1.Before each patient.

2.When required after a maintenance or service procedure. The following table indicates when a test must be done.

Test Item

Test Intervals



Pipeline tests




Cylinder tests

Every day before the first patient



Flow control system tests




Inspect the system




Alarm tests




Power failure alarm test

Before each patient


Breathing system tests




O2 Flush Test




Preoperative preparations





Read and understand the operation and maintenance of each component before using the anesthesia machine.

Do not use the anesthesia machine if a test failure occurs. Contact us immediately.

Within the warranty period, check the sealing condition only. When a great deviation occurs to the pressure value or the flow value that is measured, contact the authorized engineer for calibration service.


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