2. Safety Measures
Attention! Please read these instructions before switching on the apparatus.
Attention! The safety of the patient is guaranteed by the exclusion of unprofessional treatment. The apparatus should be operated by specially trained personnel or by the patient himself in accordance with the doctor's recommendations and in strict compliance with these instructions.
Attention! Direct application to open wounds or mucous membranes is not permitted.
Depending on the class of the electrical insulation, the apparatus satisfies the requirements for equipment having an internal power source, according to IEC 601-1 and IEC 601-2-10.
If, during transportation, the apparatus has been subjected to high temperatures up to 40°C, it should be left at room temperature for at least 10 minutes before switching on.
If, during transportation, the apparatus has been subjected to low temperatures down to -20°C, it should be left at room temperature for at least 1 hour before switching on (or 20 minutes if the battery temperature did not fall below +10°C).
The apparatus is classified as portable and shock-resistant.
Depending on the class of the electrical insulation, the apparatus is classified as type BF according to IEC 601-1 and IEC 601-2-10 and is not designed for direct application to the heart.
The apparatus is classified as waterproof for normal conditions according to IEC 601-1.
The apparatus is classified as unsuitable for use in the presence of inflammable mixtures of anesthetics with air/oxygen or nitrous oxide according to IEC 601-1.
The apparatus is classified as suitable for long periods of continuous operation according to IEC 601-1.
The apparatus may be operated for long periods with the electrodes unloaded and short-circuited.
In the interests of hygiene, the surfaces of the electrodes should be disinfected by wiping them with a cloth or cotton wool soaked in a 1% chloramine solution, a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution or pure alcohol before use. The disinfectant should not be allowed to contact the switches and controls, in order to avoid failure of the latter.
Dismantling the apparatus is forbidden. Repairs should be carried out by the factory specialists only.