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The second edition of Barbara Christe’s Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation: The Technology of Patient Care has just been published. Here's a quick review to let you know what it has to offer.
Electrical power is an underlying issue in many forensic engineering cases. In some cases, there are questions about the power distribution system.
Healthcare delivery is a highly-regulated business. The same is true for medical devices and healthcare facilities that are integral components of the healthcare delivery system.
The electrosurgical unit (ESU) is a workhorse for surgical procedures. It uses high-frequency electrical current for cutting and coagulating tissue
The Clinical Engineering department of the Duke University Health System is responsible for managing the medical equipment in three hospitals, including the thousand-bed Duke University Medical Center in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Baretich Engineering, in collaboration with Technology Management Solutions, conducted an assessment of risks associated with the Clinical Technology Services program for the entire Kaiser Permanente system.
In this case, a patient was lying fully anesthetized on an OR table for a surgical procedure. Several minutes into the procedure, the table began to move without being directed by OR personnel.
The Medical Equipment Management Plan (MEMP) is a roadmap for medical technology management departments.
Confused about CMS requirements for “power strips,” some of which are technically referred to as RPTs (relocatable power taps)? You’re not alone!
I wouldn’t say I have always had fun with statistics, but I certainly had fun reading this book.