Alarms – conductivity

Haemodialysis 6

 

Conductivity alarms can occur in the following:

  • An empty concentrate jug
  • Change in electrolyte concentrations of dialysate
  • Abnormal water inlet pressure
  • Water leaks or puddles beneath the mixing chamber
  • Concentration line connector unplugged

The conductivity settings should never be adjusted while the patient is on the dialysis machine

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