Welcome to the KARL STORZ NEO® IP Basics video in-service. NEO® IP is your operating room integration system. It’s the central control for all of the technology in your operating room including video routing, documentation, communication and auxiliary controls. This video covers NEO® IP systems v2.0 – v3.0.
Welcome to the Carl Stewarts, Neo IP basics in service video, Neo IP is your operating room integration system. It's the central control for all of the technology in your operating room, including video routing, documentation, communication, and auxiliary controls. This video covers Neo IP system versions two through three to see what version your system is. Look at the stand by screen or press the information button. Keep in mind that depending on what options were purchased with your system, some topics may not apply to you. We'll begin by looking at how to set up the integrated room. The first thing you'll want to do is make sure your surgical displays are turned on. The power switch for your surgical displays can be found underneath or on the side of each display depending on the model you're using. If your room also has a wall display, make sure it's on as well. You can use the wall display remote to turn it on. This is the Neo IP touch screen. The touch screen for your system will typically be located by the circulator nurse's desk area, although it could also be placed on a wall or suspended from a ceiling mounted boom. When the Neo IP system is not in use, it will be in stand by mode. And you'll see this view on your touch screen, you can see the software version, the system is running in the middle and a message that says touch screen to continue simply tap the screen with your finger to wake up the system. A loading icon will appear and after a few seconds, the system will load to the home screen. The home screen is the first page you see when the Neo IP system starts. This is where most of the room control features are accessible with 1 to 2 button presses, whatever page you find yourself on, you can always return to the home screen by pressing the home button in the bottom, right on the home screen, the workflow tool bar will always be present across the bottom of the screen. The workflow tool bar may also sometimes be collapsed so that a connected computer screen can be viewed completely. If the toolbar is collapsed, you'll see a grip icon in the bottom center of the screen swipe up to bring up the workflow tool bar and navigate back to the home screen. You also have the option to pin the workflow tool bar if you prefer that it never collapses. But this could potentially cause it to be in the way of viewing content on the bottom of a connected computers, screen presets reconfigure many aspects of the room like video routing, audio levels and lighting with a single button press as a basic user, you should understand how to open an existing preset. Looking at the top left of the home screen, you will see a menu that says presets, pressing this button opens a menu from which you can manage your room presets, press open preset. If on version two systems to get to this screen, these presets may have been saved by procedure type. For instance, you may see a list of procedures like lap lap coli liver transplant or they may have been saved by the doctor. Select the preset for your case on version two systems. After selecting the preset for your case, press open, the room will reconfigure itself for your procedure. During each case, the surgeon will probably want to capture pictures and or videos to capture these. You must first enter the patient's information into the system depending on the features sold with your system. You may have to type in the information manually or you may be able to simply select your patient from a pre populated work list in the workflow tool bar, select recording on some systems. This button may be named Aida, the brand name of the Carl Stortz image capture. Next select patient. If you do not have the work list feature manually type in the patient information with the system, keyboard and mouse. Alternately, if you do have the work list feature you will see the work list button on the left, press this button to load the patients scheduled in your room for the day and select your patient from the list. The system is now ready to capture images and videos back on the home screen. You will see a list of inputs or sources on the left. You may see different icons and source names than what are shown here. The source names are customized to each operating room and hospital to route a video source. Simply select a source on the left. You'll see it in the preview window in the center and then tap the target on the right where you want to send it, select see send, working from left to right across the screen. For example, to route the endoscope to the recording channel, select the endoscope, see it in the preview and send it to the recording channel by tapping recording or aida. If you have more than eight sources or destinations in your room, you'll see arrows at the bottom of each section to scroll to more pages of sources and targets. If you have a version three system, you can swipe to scroll to more sources and targets. There are multiple ways to capture images and videos. With the Neo I integration system. The surgeon can trigger capture of images and video from the camera head buttons. The circulator nurse can capture images and videos from the home screen by pressing the picture or video buttons under the preview window or the circulator nurse can capture images and videos from the recording screen by pressing the picture or video buttons on the left under the recording preview. If equipped, the surgeon can even capture images and videos via voice by wearing a microphone. For more information on how to operate the aida image capture and documentation system. Refer to the aida in service video or the WD 300 instructions for use. If you have to roll in a mobile imaging device that the surgeon wants to record or see on the screens, you will need to plug it into an auxiliary plate. Common auxiliary plates include the two and one plate. The four N one plate SD I plate and sync easy plate to connect your mobile device, take the video cable on the device and plug it into the appropriate connector on the auxiliary plate. Each plate accepts different kinds of video formats and the cables coming off of the device must match the plug on the auxiliary plate. Once your device is connected, the auxiliary source button will light up on the Neo IP touch screen to indicate that it sees an active device connected. In the case of the syn easy plate, the Neo IP touch screen will even identify the connected device by unique name and icon. Some rooms will be equipped with the ability to control surgical lighting or even room lighting systems. If your system has this feature, press the lighting button in the top right of the home screen. A drop down menu will appear with the options. Your system is configured with. You can turn all of the surgical lights on or off at the same time from this page by pressing the on or off buttons respectively. You can turn on or off the room lighting by pressing the buttons for room light control, your controls may be different from the ones shown here as it depends on the light system in your room. The system here has the option to turn on or off the white fluorescent lights, green lights, ambient light or perimeter lights. After you are done, touch or click anywhere outside of the light control, drop down to hide it to connect your mobile phone to the integration for music playback, press the Bluetooth connection button usually found on a wall near the nurse desk for four seconds. Open the Bluetooth pairing on your phone and find king dash BT followed by four digits. The last four digits match the numbers on the wall plate, carry your phone to the integration system and play your music alternately connect the 3.5 millimeter audio jack to your device and to the wall plate. If your system does not have a Bluetooth or auxiliary 3.5 millimeter audio connection, your room may have a computer connected for streaming music. Consult your Carl Stewart sales representative. If you do not know how your system is configured to control the speaker volume in the operating room. Click on the speaker icon to show the audio dropdown menu. The or speaker volume will always be the first control you see under output volume, adjust this volume to your desired level using the plus and minus buttons on version two systems or the slider on version three systems always keep music volume at a low level reasonable for communication required in an operating room. If you need to mute the music, quickly press the mute button. Some Neo IP integration systems may also be equipped with Canary Box technology which automatically controls the music volume based on real time data from the patient monitor. For more information on Canary Box technology, please watch the Canary box in service video and refer to the Canary Box user manual. If your Neo IP integration system is equipped with a WU 300 SCB medical device control module, you will have access to a button on the workflow tool bar labeled devices. Click on this button to access your integrated surgical devices from this screen. You can select the device you want to control and adjust the settings of that device. Refer to the WU 300 instructions for use for further detail on how to operate medical device control. After your procedure is complete, you will want to save and export your pictures and videos or print them. Press the recording button in the workflow tool bar, then press finish, select your export destination and press save. Refer to the Aida WD 300 in service video or the Aida WD 300 instructions for use. For further details, the system is now ready for a new patient to be entered for the next procedure. Failure to finish. A procedure could lead to photos and videos from one patient being mixed with photos and videos from another patient. Always finish and export any captured media after every procedure is complete. If your system is configured with a turnover measurement system, Tom's at the end of your procedure, activate the turnover timer by pressing the button on the bottom right of the screen and then pressing, ok. This puts a timer up on the surgical displays for cleaning staff to view and depending on the options purchased notifies the charge nurse that turnover has begun in your room. When the room is finished being cleaned, the turnover timer is deactivated by pressing the Tom's button again. If you are using the no IP system and need help, you can always check the user manual for the product by pressing the question mark in the top right. If you need additional assistance, please contact your Carl Stewarts representative or call or one integration technical support at 1 804 210837. Option two, option four. When the operating room is done with procedures for the day, the system should be put into stand by mode. This prevents many pieces of equipment from running all night long for no reason to put the system in stand by, select the stand by icon in the top right of the screen and press, ok. At the end of the day, it's best practice to turn off the surgical displays in the room. The power switch for your surgical monitors can be found underneath or on the side of each monitor depending on the model you're using. If your room also has a wall monitor, you can turn it off with a remote. Now, you know the basics of the Neo IP integration system. Please reach out to your Carl Stewart's representative with any additional questions.