由 John R. Fischer
, Senior Reporter | February 24, 2020
From the January/February issue of HealthCare Business News magazine
“What we try to do with the testing equipment we build today, is include some kind of an upgrade path, so that as new medical equipment and requirements are introduced, the existing test device can be upgraded to meet the new demands,” said O’Day. “This saves the end user from having to purchase a completely new test device to stay compliant.”
Zion notes that commercial technologies are influencing standardization around testing equipment, especially around the transmission of information to the cloud. Despite these big-picture changes, the objective behind testing equipment remains the same.
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“Our aim is to help reduce risk of injury or death to the patient through our everyday heroes, who are biomedical engineers and technicians that work in hospitals, manufacturing, design of medical devices and in field service,” he said. “Detect problems early instead of letting failures happen during clinical use.”Back to HCB News