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The importance of electrical safety testing on incoming inspections for ventilators

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The importance of electrical safety testing on incoming inspections for ventilators
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Before you put your new ventilator into service you're going to want to perform an incoming inspection. This is to make sure that nothing happened in transit between the medical device manufacturer and your hospital. This should be performed to domestic or international safety standards and the best way to do that is using an electrical safety analyzer with on-board automation.

The ESA614 and 615 have built-in procedures that you can execute with the push of a button that meets those standards. Once the test data is on the device you can pull it off over USB, using the ESA614/615 test results converter, or you can pop out the SD card and put that in your computer.

If you have a need for more advanced workflow automation we have OneQA software. This allows you to create your own test procedure, and even put in components of VT testing. So in one procedure, you could have VT and ESA, all your test reports in one report for that one asset ID.

The other great thing is that you can automate the ESA portion of the testing. So if you have an ESA612, 614, 615, or 620, OneQA is able to take over the functionality of that device and pull the data off, so it'll execute the test, it'll populate your test report, so you don't have to. This saves you a lot of time. Also, if you have a need for printing, and you use a PM sticker like this, you can plug in an external printer and print that label right on the spot... Have a great day and stay healthy!

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Format: 2021-06-14