Educational Webinars and Training from Fluke Biomedical
View webinars which provide insights into the latest medical device test technologies, best practices, and industry updates. Each webinar is approximately 60 minutes with questions and answers at the end. You can also earn ACI credits by contacting TechNation after viewing the webinars.
Learn about global testing standards, radiant warmer testing best practices, and skin temperature probe testing.
Learn the new standards of testing NIBP, best methods to test, and relevant standards to test against.
Learn the basics of pulse oximetry, along with the concepts of light wavelengths, calculations, R-curves, and the most reliable way to test Sp02.
Learn how testing medical devices for leakage current can be crucial to patient safety.
Learn how you can save lives by making sure AEDs work the first time, every time.
Discover how metrology supports medical device quality assurance, along with the concept of uncertainties and how they affect calibration adjustments.
Learn the risks of prolonged radiation exposure, learn guidelines to managing their radiation exposure in their work environment, and preview traditional and upcoming trends in radiation monitoring, including real-time dose monitoring systems.
An infant’s first few days of life can be their most critical, which is why it’s imperative to understand how to accurately test infant incubators and radiant warmers to ensure their performance and safety.
Electrosurgical units (ESU) can be hazardous if not properly set-up. Learn how to correctly test ESUs, commons errors (and how to avoid them), and the latest testing technologies.
Learn the five most common myths associated with pulse oximetry testing.
With high AED failure rates, there’s been increased FDA scrutiny. Learn how to perform preventive maintenance on defibrillators and AEDs, along with current global regulatory standards.
Get useful tips on how to remain current with evolving global standards, test procedure, and test sequences for assuring the safety of the hundreds (potentially thousands) of medical devices you manage.