The recent Conquest Imaging-sponsored webinar adds to the Webinar Wednesday’s successful 2018. More than 2,000 registrations have been logged for webinars so far this year with an average of 216 attendees per webinar. The Conquest Imaging webinar “Testing of New Technology Ultrasound Probes” attracted 292 registrations and each individual who attendee the live webinar was eligible to receive 1 CE credit from the ACI.
The webinar featured Conquest Imaging Senior Director of Technical Operations Bob Broschart. He explained how ultrasound probes often get damaged over time. He said there can be tremendous savings in probe damage and high-level repair costs if facilities know what to look for and if they proactively test probes. Just like many medical devices, lower level needs that go unaddressed can result in costly repairs down the road. In this webinar, attendees learned what to look for as well as information about the newest technology and best-practices for proactive probe testing.
The webinar received high marks via a post-webinar survey.
“The webinar series was formatted very easy to follow and the information wasn’t over technical. This was my first session and I enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to the next sessions,” Biomed R. Rhodes said.
“Great information. Obviously knowledgeable about the products, testing, and common failures,” Engineer J. Becker said.
“As usual some great information to improve my ability to service the equipment at our facility. Keep up the good work,” Biomed L. Shelman said.
“It was very informative and I would certainly recommend other biomedical engineers in my facility to attend to this,” Biomed S. Chand said.
“This Webinar Wednesday was very helpful and full of information relevant to servicing ultrasound equipment. The presenter was obviously knowledgeable and passionate on the subject and had up-to-date info on current and emerging technologies,” Imaging Specialist R. Marek said.
“Many thanks for this, it was very enlightening regarding new technological advancements in probe designs,” Biomed D. Aloyo said.
The overall Webinar Wednesday series also continues to receive positive reviews from attendees.
“The Webinar Wednesday series is an invaluable means to keep current with new advances/technologies and a nice way to add to any HTM professional’s knowledge,” Clinical Engineer K. Walker said.
“Webinar Wednesday is a free and easy place to gain a lot of useful information and knowledge. It’s just the best,” Service Engineer I. Ibrahim said.
“I teach biomedical repair at a community college and I am not able to stay up on the latest technology. These webinars allow me to stay more in tune with what is happening in the real world of biomedical servicing,” said Biomed Equipment Repair Instructor L. McNeese.
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