Suction Pump Thoracic
Thoracic Suction Pump is a medical device used in the medical world to carry out the action of sucking fluid in the thorax cavity, then the liquid that has been sucked will be accommodated in a vacuum tube. Thoracic Suction Pump this model uses a DC voltage motor that is controlled by a motor driver by giving Pulse width modulation that comes from a minimum system circuit. In the use of this tool, the compiler uses 4 pressure selection modes, namely -5, -10, -15, and -20 kPa which is done by pressing the Push button Up and Down for selection of pressure. After the pressure is selected, the pressure value will appear on the 2 x 16 LCD display. This study used a pre-experimental type with One group post test design research design. After measurements and calculations are obtained the results of the pressure values are read by the MPXV4115V sensor which is obtained the biggest error at maximum pressure with the setting of -10 obtained an average value of 2.78% error, in the -5 setting obtained an error value of 2.70%, in the settings -20 obtained an error value of 1.59%, and the smallest error in the setting of -15 obtained an error value of 1.09%.For the minimum pressure error the biggest error value with the setting of -10 is 0.33% error, the setting of -15 is 0.20%, the error-setting is 0.19%, and the smallest error is set - 20 obtained an error value of 0.18%.
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