I have been working with the ALCON INFINITI since its inception. I was an employee of ALCON for over 20 years and grew up with the Laser, Phaco and VITRET systems. I now service the systems and stock parts for the system. Over the years, we have been asked where did we get our training on the ALCON systems. Being with ALCON, the answer was easy. We now have a BIOMED school dedicated to the PM and Full service of the ALCON INFINITI and the ALCON ACCURUS systems. B.E.S.T. Training (Biomedical Engineer Service Technician) has a 2 day and 4 day programs. The 2 day program covers the anatomy and physiology of the eye plus the hands on PM training including the specal tools. The 4 day progarm is an extension of the PM training and goes into detail on the system modules, replacement and advanced diagnosis for troubleshooting problems. The 4 day program comes with an APPLE iPad in addition to the two PM kits from the PM training. If you have any questions, we are available to assit.
Seeing some common issues on here that others are having issues with. I have many years of experience with diagnosing and repairing. Specialize in hillrom and stryker beds and stretcher repairs on-site and off-site. I enjoy helping my fellow bed guys when in need.-Mike
Check out this ISMP Canada Safety Bulletin "ALERT: Alarm Not Activated after Infusion Pump Tubing Incorrectly Loaded". After reading it, and testing multiple 6201 pumps, at low flow rates, I was able to consistently re-create up to 900% error, over and under, on multiple IV pumps. I can't believe the pump wasn't actually recalled! http://www.ismp-canada.org/download/safetyBulletins/ISMPCSB2003-10PumpTubing.pdf