The purpose of this webinar is to bring to light the issues with AEDs, debate how testing AEDs might reduce failures and improve patient safety, and discuss best practices for AED testing . Fluke Biomedical wants to create an open dialogue between manufacturers, the FDA and regulatory bodies, and the biomedical community to discuss the best steps in order to decrease the volatility in AED performance. If there are questions or concerns about specific-model AED testing, please reach out to Fluke Biomedical or the manufacturer of the AED.
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The FDA has increased their scrutiny of AEDs due to increased high failure rate. Join Ashton Solecki, Fluke Biomedical Product Marketing Manager, and gain valuable insights into one of the most highly regulated medical devices in the industry.
Whether a plane, train, first responder vehicle, shopping mall, or hospital floor, Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are readily available to help save lives. This 45 minute webinar will present the importance of testing AEDs, review global testing standards, and highlight upcoming FDA changes, impacting AEDs. Also discussed will be best practices for testing AEDs to ensure their safety and proper performance.
Learn how you can save lives by making sure AEDs work the first time, every time. During the webinar, you’ll learn:
– FDA updates
– Global testing standards
– Best practices for AEDs
Webinar Wednesday would like to thank our sponsor Fluke Biomedical, the premier, global provider of test and measurement equipment and services to the healthcare industry. They serve biomedical engineers, quality-assurance technicians, medical physicists, oncologists, radiation-safety professionals and are continually expanding their range of solutions to a broader range of health and safety professionals. Learn more at www.flukebiomedical.com.
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