The list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can be used as a quick reference guide. It includes the most commonly asked questions and answers related to Maquet/Datascope IABPs. For more detailed part number information, we have provided links to our Service Product and Service Parts Catalogs.
CS100/CS100i & CS300:
The complete PM schedules are listed in the appropriate service manuals for your IABP model. All IABP models require 6 month preventive maintenance checks. The part numbers for the maintenance kits & parts used on all models are:
No, MAQUET only offers a reusable P23XL transducer & interface cable (part numbers 0012-00-1245 cable and 0682-00-0084 transducer). We do not provide any disposable cables. You should contact the manufacturer of the disposable IBP set that you are using. These cables are unique to the IBP set and the cables cannot be interchanged between manufacturers.
Section 4 of the appropriate service manual lists all the Repair Parts available for your IABP. A listing of the available Service Parts for all IABPs can be found in the Service Product Catalog.
The Safety Disk Leak test should be performed before or after each use.
No, the catheter extender provides 30cc of additional volume to the balloon circuit. An Autofill Failure alarm may result if the extender is not attached.
The white helium tank, part number 0202-00-0104 is a disposable tank, shipped full. The brown helium tank, part number 0075-00-0024-01 (1 pc.) or 0075-00-0024-03 (pkg. of 3) is refillable, shipped full. The brown refillable tanks part number 0075-00-0034-03 (Pkg. of 3) are shipped empty. Please refer to the Service Product Catalog for additional details and for the part numbers of the French and German refillable helium tanks.
No, MAQUET does not refill helium tanks. These cylinders incorporate a standard post-style valve and may be refilled by suppliers who normally refill M4 size cylinders. Cylinders filled by any medical gas supply company may be used if they meet DOT, CGA, and USP requirements. Additional local requirements may apply depending on specific locale. MAQUET recommends using only medical grade USP Helium with the system.
No, you must use the non-compensated or station pressure for these checks. The station pressure is the non-compensated absolute pressure value. If this value is not available, use the elevation chart in the calibration section of the service manual.
Yes, during balloon pumping, a fine mist or small droplets of water may occasionally be observed within the IAB extension catheter and/or fill and drain tubing. This mist is condensed water. The IABP has a condensate removal module which automatically collects and removes condensate without operator intervention.
The part number for the recorder paper used in all IABPs is 0683-00-0422-02 for a box of 10 individual rolls.
Yes, in addition to the test equipment required for other IABPs, you will need a Sensor Module Tester part number 0992-00-0245 and a low level output cable part number 0012-00-1589-02. You will also need a Digital Pressure Meter which is not sold by MAQUET. Please consult the CS300 Service Manual for specific details.
The following procedure can be performed to remove water and should be performed during Preventative Maintenance to minimize water related operation difficulties.