Burdick Atria 6100 Knowledge Base
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FAQs & Troubleshooting Tips
I cannot transmit a record to a network share.
Verfiy you can connect to the shared file from another computer. Verify you can print to the network printer (plain paper). If you can connect then re-check the setup of the network connection section in the Atria settings.
Lead fail message on the display?
Check to see if the patient cable is seated correctly and that the electrodes are applied in the correct location. Check to see if your electrodes are not outdated as the gel may have solidified. Check to see if you have pressed the override, if pressed then you will need to reacquire the ECG.
Missing print or no print on the paper.
Please contact Technical Support.
Paper won’t feed into the machine.
Do you have the correct paper? Part number 716-0237-00 or 007983. Using other paper will void your warranty. Check to ensure you have the paper loaded correctly. Refer to your manual for loading instructions. If problem persists, contact Technical Support.
Unit won't power up or powers up and then shuts off.
Check and make sure the green LED is on in the back of the unit. Reseat power connection in the wall, the power "brick" and the unit. If all power connections are okay, you may have a depleted or dead battery.
Manuals & Reference Guides
- Atria 3100 and 6100 Operating Instructions - English (PDF 5.53 MB)
Brochures & Sales Literature
- Solutions For Hospitals - English (PDF 1.81 MB)
- Atria 6100 Spec Sheet - English (PDF 399 KB)
Glossary & White PapersAll Glossary Terms
A representation of the heart’s electrical activity recorded from 10 electrodes placed in standard positions on the body surface. More
An enhanced representation of the heart’s electrical activity recorded from standard 12 lead placement plus 3 additional leads
Atrial Fibilation is the most common sustained rhythm distrubance encountered. More
An irregularity in the force or rhythm of the heartbeat. More
Absence of systole. Also, a conduction disorder which causes a stoppage of ventricular contractions resulting in no blood flow output. More