The most recent education via the TechNation Webinar Wednesday series featured Ashton Solecki, the Product Manager of the Neonatal Test product line, including incubator, radiant warmer, and phototherapy analyzers, for Fluke Biomedical. Solecki discussed how to ensure proper performance of radiant warmers, including global testing standards, best practices for testing radiant warmers and skin temperature probe testing for incubators and radiant warmers. The webinar was sponsored by Fluke Biomedical.
Radiant Warmers help warm newborns and critical care infants; however, they also have had an infamous reputation of unequal heat distribution and patient burns. Although advances in medical device technology have greatly improved, testing radiant warmers accurately is of utmost importance.
A baby cannot tell you what is wrong with its environment, or whether they are too hot or too cold. Validating the performance and safety of radiant warmers and ensuring proper performance of skin temperature probes is crucial in protecting an infant’s safety and health. Solecki discussed how to help protect the safety of the smallest patients.
Attendance was high for the webinar with 442 individuals participating. Attendees gave the session high marks in a post webinar survey.
“I thoroughly enjoyed the content and presentation style of this webinar – it was a good use of my time. I look forward to applying what I’ve learned to our testing procedure,” David T. wrote.
“This was the first TechNation webinar I’ve attended, and the knowledge base provided in the slideshow, as well as the knowledgeable presenter ensured that this will not be my last! I’m going to explore TechNation’s Webinar archives to see what else is available,” Brandon H. shared.
“There are so many interesting subjects and everytime I attend a webinar I learn more so I can do my job so much better. The best hour in my Wednesdays,” Selene R. wrote.
“The Wednesday Webinar series is a fantastic educational resource. Many thanks to all who donate time and educational materials to the industry,” David M. shared.
“Webinar Wednesday is great, good way get information on a lot of topics, keep them coming,” Jim R. wrote.
“Webinar Wednesdays are a great educational platform that allow biomedical equipment personnel to learn valuable concepts, testing techniques and strategies directly from subject matter experts. The content is delivered in a very focused, professional, and well organized manner. Best hour spent by myself and my staff,” Jason R. said.
For details about the TechNation Webinar Wednesday series, including a schedule of upcoming presentations and recordings of previous sessions, visit 1TechNation.com/webinars.
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