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Conquest Imaging, a national leader in ultrasound parts and probes, recently launched their ultrasound probe repair program, SIMPLIFY.
When it comes to patient care, without question, quality matters. The same should be said of the medical devices supporting patient care...
MedWrench Q&A Blog with Marti Rae Ortega from All Imaging Systems
In today’s edition of the MedWrench blog I would like to highlight some tips from Hobie Sears, Senior Territory Manager at Trisonics Inc. Today, we mostly talked about the importance of System Backups which will be detailed below.
In today’s edition of the MedWrench blog I would like to highlight my brief Q&A session with Christopher Turner, owner of C&C Medical Solutions. Chris was kind enough to take a few minutes to chat with me so I cannot thank him enough for his
Preventative maintenance tip geared towards tightening power supply screws on Sequoia Backplane AssemblyTue Oct 01 2013
As hospital budgets tighten and we are all asked to do more with less, here is one quick tip we can all do possibly eliminate intermittent lock-ups or diagnostic failures on your aging Acuson Sequoia systems.
In today's blog we are going to highlight a biomedical/clinical engineer tip from Trisonics! This is a general preventative maintenance tip that can be applied to all ultrasound systems.
In today’s blog, we are going to go over some tips from Conquest Imaging’s Matt Tomory. Moving forward, a common theme you will often see in our blog is preventative maintenance tips for medical equipment.
Have you ever replaced your CRT monitor because it looked fuzzy? According to the engineers at Trisonics, next time you should try to adjust it first before exchanging it out.
In today’s blog, we will get some more tips from the Biomedical/Clincial Engineers at Trisonics! Today's tips are in regards to the GE Healthcare Logiq 9.