The Webinar Wednesday session “An Introduction To Defibrillator Testing” sponsored by Rigel Medical was eligible for 1 credit from the ACI. Brittany Schmidke, national business development manager at Rigel Medical, provided great insights and advice in the presentation.
She did a great job of familiarizing the audience with the defibrillator, the heart and how it works, and the importance of electrical safety testing for defibrillators.
Her work with Rigel Medical makes her a thought leader on the subject matter. Rigel Medical is a manufacturer of biomedical test equipment including electrical safety analyzers, vital signs simulators, infusion pump analyzers, electrosurgical analyzers and Med-eBase asset management software.
Attendees appreciated her insights and shared positive feedback via a post-webinar survey.
“I enjoyed learning about the defibrillator tester,” said K. Knight, Director of Biomedical Engineering.
“All of the details and graphs about how the heart works were great,” said M. Kommers, CBET II.
“A good refresher. I generally get into a PM routine and never take the time to review the whys,” shared D. Gordon, Biomed.
“Even though I work with defibrillators frequently and understand the operations, performing routine PMs is just that, routine. It was nice to get a refresher in how defibrillators work with the body’s anatomy. I want to get back into several textbooks in which I learned so much about the heart and defibrillator interactions to save human lives,” said B. Hayes, CBET III.
“It was a nice refresher. Need more like this one,” said S. Nitto, Biomedical Equipment Technician.
“It was informative and added to my previous knowledge of the defibrillator,” said P. Samal, Senior Biomedical Engineer.
“It was mostly a refresher. I knew the information, but some I had forgotten over the years so it was a good presentation. I believe this type of material is good for the average biomed because of this,” said S. Milletics, CBET.
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