System Setup: Biosound MyLab 30 Training Part 6 of 6

This final part of the Biosound Esaote MyLab 30 training series is a brief overview of the system setup on on the Biosound MyLab 30 portable ultrasound machine. It is a cursory overview as many options in the setup are designed for more advanced users.

Although you can view each video in this series non-sequentially, it helps to view them in order, because each video builds on what you learned in the previous part.

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Full Esaote MyLab 30 Ultrasound Training Series Links:

Part 1: MyLab 30 System Operation and Overview
Part 2: 2D Imaging and Patient Data on the MyLab 30
Part 3: Biosound MyLab Doppler and M-Mode Training
Part 4: MyLab 30cv and MyLab 30 Gold Measurements and Annotations
Part 5: MyLab 30 Export, Review and Reports
Part 6: System Setup on the MyLab 30

Transcript to Biosound MyLab 30 System Setup, Ultrasound Training Part 6

We’ll get into some very basic setup of this system. Most of it can be seen in your Advanced User Operations Manual or your regular Operations Manual just to see what all these different functions do. You have a general preset. This is most commonly what you’ll do to change the date and time. Here’s where you’ll enter your center or your facility name, video for your S-VHS, if you’re using that, how you want the measure units to appear, Fahrenheit foot-pound. City Mode. This shows you how much memory it wants to save in the Sinny loop. You can turn on and off Automatic Play. Sinny Speed is for– Real Time is what “RT” stands for. To archive, you can autosave it to an archive. My trackball. And this tells you what the left-click button does. The right-click button really doesn’t do anything at all. Now, here, it’s going to say– what do you want to do? Show the frame ray, exam type, and 4D for those who have it. You’re going click OK and get out of that. Go back to the Menu button. Now, it says to activate your modifications, please start a new exam. I didn’t really make any, so we’ll just hit close. Click Menu again. Here’s where you can save custom user presets. It’s kind of a deep menu, but here’s where you can add your own custom presets to the system and name them by yourself by clicking Add or Edit A Current One. Tool Settings is just the basic things on 3D here. Here, you can set your report layout. Application measurements by choosing what measurements appear when you click the application. So here, you can choose all that. Again, it’s very convoluted, so I’m not going to get into it in this training. Glossary is where we’ll set those libraries. You can set this up here as to how you want different words to appear. Here’s a full glossary over here, and what you want to appear in there. So you can add a new library or delete the current library. Here’s where you set your peripherals. Your network directory and die count are beyond the scope of this training, but your IT professional can take care of that. Export settings. How do you want things to export? Do you want an MPEG? What type of video? The JPEG lossless bitmap or PNG? How you want your stress images, and how you want your reports sent across the network. Here, if you have presets on another system, we want to export your settings and presets to another system. You can do the same. Security. Security for users and groups. System info tells you about the system, which you would report if there’s a problem with the system or you want to know what things are enabled on your system. Here are the licenses, and we went back to Edit ID to enter patient ID. That’s the training on the Biosound MyLab Ultrasound System. Thank you for watching.