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MEDICAL EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT – Ed Lopez, Biomedical Engineering Manager

  • All medical equipment provided with hospital grade plugs or equivalent.

  • Electrical cords in good conditions.

  • Electrical cords do not cause trip hazard or block door closure.

  • All Biomed inspection tags are up-to-date.

  • All electrical equipment has been approved.

  • Medical equipment with current PM.

  • Equipment is clean and in proper working order.

  • No outdated supplies (blood tubes, dressing kits, tubing, etc.).

  • Alarms on clinical equipment activated and audible to staff.

  • Staff Knowledge: Proper procedure and documentation for defibrillator testing. Demonstrate how to perform daily defibrillator test? The person who is responsible for the daily testing must properly demonstrate procedure, including while plugged and unplugged.

  • Signature upon completion of Audit

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