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  • McClelland, Ian R. (WHO, 2006)
    The aim is to provide information for common proce-dures involved in diagnosing or repairing a problem. Most of these procedures are applicable to all of the fault diagnosis and repair modules. With any trouble-shooting ...
  • Unknown author (EWH, 2014)
    This article contains tips for the preventative maintenance of fetal doppler.
  • Unknown author (EWH, 2014)
    This article contains a flowchart for troubleshooting fetal dopplers.
  • Malkin, Robert (2006)
    Fetal monitors document two major functions: 1) the heart rate of the fetus, and 2) the contractions of the mother. A normal fetal heart rate is between 110 to 160 beats a minute. The sound of the beat is usually strong ...
  • Malkin, Robert (2006)
    Fetal monitors document two major functions: 1) the heart rate of the fetus, and 2) the contractions of the mother. A normal fetal heart rate is between 110 to 160 beats a minute. The sound of the beat is usually strong ...
  • Unknown author (2015)
    This is a Powerpoint explaining how to use, test, and operate infusion pumps.
  • Unknown author (WHO, 1994)
    It is assumed that hospital laboratories, theatres, and other departments that use gas cylinders will be using cylinders owned by the vendor. The problems of refilling will therefore not be considered. Cylinders are ...
  • Unknown author (Cenetec-Salud, 2006)
    El oxímetro de pulso es un equipo que consiste básicamente en un dedal y un aparato que grafica la saturación de oxígeno en sangre. Los oxímetros de pulso monitorean de forma no invasiva la saturación de oxígeno ...
  • Unknown author (Ziken International, 2004)
    La anestesia es una condición intrínsecamente riesgosa: la depresión del sistema nervioso producida por los anestésicos puede acompañarse de alteraciones importantes de las funciones respiratoria y cardiovascular. ...
  • Unknown author (Ziken International, 2005)
    La desfibrilación es la entrega de corriente eléctrica al músculo de corazón, ya sea de forma directa al pecho abierto o indirectamente a través de la pared del tórax para terminar con una fibrilación ventricular ...
  • Unknown author (Ziken International, 2004)
    Las cunas de calor radiante son unidades diseñadas para proporcionar calor radiante a los neonatos, con el fin de que puedan mantener una temperatura corporal de 36° a 37° C. Los neonatos que son sometidos a este tratamiento ...
  • Unknown author (Cenetc-Salud, 2004)
    Como se dijo anteriormente la fototerapia es el tratamiento comúnmente utilizado para la hiperbilirrubinemia neonatal y se basa en la fotodegradación que experimenta la bilirrubina in vivo e in vitro, dando lugar a ...
  • Unknown author (Cenetec-Salud, 2006)
    El Esterilizador es un dispositivo capaz de destruir toda forma de vida microbial (incluso las más resistentes, como esporas bacteriales), con la finalidad de eliminar de todo aquel instrumental con el que se atenderá ...
  • Unknown author (Cenetec-Salud, 2014)
    La mayoría de las incubadoras brindan calor a los bebés por medio del flujo de aire caliente, este calor se transfiere principalmente por convección. Los sistemas de calefacción y humidificación están localizados ...
  • Skeet, Muriel; Fear, David (1995)
    The general principle is that air is processed before it reaches the baby (Figure 43). An electric fan draws room air through a bacterial filter which removes dust and bacteria. The filtered air flows over an electric ...
  • Malkin, Robert (2006)
    A baby incubator is an isolation chamber that helps regulate the temperature of an infant and can provide air which is enriched in humidity or oxygen. The basic machine has a place for the baby to lie and is surrounded by ...
  • Unknown author (EWH, 2014)
    This article contains tips for the preventative maintenance of infant incubators.
  • Unknown author (EWH, 2014)
    This article contains tips for the preventative maintenance of infant incubators.
  • Malkin, Robert (2006)
    The infant warmer is an open device for keeping a baby warm. True infant warmers use resistance or radiant (infrared energy) heating elements, not heat lamps, which can burn. Warmers are often used for the patients that ...
  • Unknown author (EWh, 2014)
    This is a checklist of preventative maintenance steps for infant warmers.

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