Check whether the power cord and power switch indicator light included in each plug is normal; whether the hand controller plug-in socket is tripped or not locked; whether the bed surface fastening bolts are locked. Check whether the accessories such as the bed board, back board, hand board and bedside fastening bolts are intact.
Because the electric operating table uses hydraulic pressure, the fuel tank should be checked frequently. Lower the bed surface to the minimum, check the remaining amount of hydraulic oil in the fuel tank (should be kept above the oil level line), and observe whether the engine oil is emulsified due to long-term use. If it is emulsified, it should be replaced immediately. Because operating beds are used every day, sometimes several operations are performed a day, and the operating table must be kept clean and hygienic during long-term use.
After the operation is completed, be sure to cut off the power and clean the outside of the operating table to remove the residual blood stains and dirt from the operation. You can spray disinfection solution. Do not use strong corrosive or acidic detergents and disinfectants. Rinse with water is strictly prohibited. When flushing and disinfecting the floor, the bottom wheel of the operating table should be lowered and pushed to a dry place to prevent internal moisture.