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  • Unknown author (WHO, 1994)
    Anaesthetic machines and ventilators should be tested in the room or area where the equipment is situated, if at all possible. Service personnel must wear accepted operating-room clothing in the surgical areas. Contact the ...
  • Skeet, Muriel; Fear, David (VSO, 1995)
    An operating table has several features which allow the surgical team to position the patient as required (Figure 35). As there are many models, the following information is presented as a general guide only.
  • Unknown author (EWH, 2014)
    This is a troubleshooting flowchart for infant warmers.
  • Unknown author (WHO, 1996)
    Ultrasound is used in medicine for both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, but the equipment differs. For diagnosis, ultrasound echography is commonly used to produce cross-sectional images of the body. The Doppler ...
  • Unknown author (EWH, 2014)
    This article contains tips for the preventative maintenance of ultrasound.
  • Unknown author (EWH, 2014)
    This article contains a flowchart for troubleshooting centrifuges.
  • Skeet, Muriel; Fear, David (VSO, 1995)
    The selected suction cap is placed on the baby’s head when it appears. The screw valve on the vacuum pump is closed and the pump is pumped by hand until a vacuum is created. The level of this is indicated on the vacuum ...
  • Unknown author (2004)
    La falla o insuficiencia respiratoria puede ser de dos tipos: En la oxigenación, que se caracteriza por disminución en la presión parcial de oxígeno en la sangre arterial. En la ventilación, caracterizada por ...
  • Malkin, Robert (EWH, 2006)
    In the hospital setting it is crucial to have pure water. In many cases, the success of the laboratory depends on the quality of the water available. In the intensive care, much of the medicine delivered to patients may ...
  • Unknown author (WHO, 2016)
    Neonatal mortality represents approximately 44% of under 5 year old child deaths, of which one quarter of overall neonatal deaths (around 700 000) is attributed to birth asphyxia, defined as the failure to initiate and ...
  • McClelland, Ian R (WHO, 2004)
    The aim is to provide routine maintenance procedures for the automatic film processor.This module presents a series of regular maintenance schedules. When used with sensitometry techniques, this module can be used to ...
  • Unknown author (????, 1990)
    X-rays are invisible. Because of their high energy and short wavelength they can penetrate almost all materials, but are absorbed to a different extent by different tissues. In the human body, absorption is high for bones, ...
  • McClelland, Ian (WHO, 2004)
    Routine maintenance is a procedure to ensure equip- ment is kept in good condition, and provide a long operating life. Routine maintenance may also discover potential problems, which could cause equipment failure. Potential ...



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