The Bayer Multi Vendor Service (MVS) sponsored webinar “Mitigating Catastrophic TEE Transducer Failures Through Process Analysis” was a hit with 716 attendees and a 4.2 rating on a 5-point scale.
Bayer MVS Technical and Clinical Specialist Ted Lucidi, CBET, shared proven methods of reducing catastrophic TEE transducer failures. Rather than merely presenting attendees with common modes of failure, he provided root cause analysis from a clinical point of view. The outcome resulted in webinar attendees now being able to audit clinical environments, perform gap analysis and recommend process improvements that will ultimately impact the severity of, frequency of and cost of supporting these sensitive devices.
The program Lucidi shared has been proven to reduce catastrophic failures and, until the webinar, has been exclusively available to customers of Bayer MVS.
The webinar is also available online so even more people can become experts!
Lucidi has more than 25 years of experience with diagnostic ultrasound within the clinical environment. He currently provides custom training in support of diagnostic ultrasound, MRI coils and computerized radiography.
Bayer MVS is a provider for MRI coil, ultrasound transducer, CR reader and dry film printer repair. For more information visit www.mvs.bayer.com.
Attendees shared positive thoughts about the webinar via a survey.
“This webinar was the best one I have attended so far it was not just a sales pitch and the information that I learned will surely help me in my future endeavors,” Charles K. wrote.
“The webinar was very informative and provided cost-saving techniques regarding the TEE probes,” Kim B. wrote in her survey.
“Great topics. Great day. Great way to learn something new,” Michael M. shared.
“This is the fourth webinar I have attended. All have been interesting. Some of the subjects, including this one today, do not pertain to equipment I am responsible for; but I always gain some valuable knowledge,” Richard W. said.
“Just when you think you’ve got your bases covered, TechNation webinars add knowledge to your technical database,” wrote Justin R.
“The TechNation webinars are a convenient and very inexpensive way to gain more knowledge of the world of complex biomedical devices,” James C. said.
“TechNation webinar series is a great resource for students and new technicians,” Lily K. said.
“The webinars keep getting better and better. I hate to miss a single one,” Courtney N. said.
“These webinars are very beneficial to me as an ISO who does field service. I don’t have ready access to training provided in a more traditional biomed setting, so this is key to me maintaining my CBET,” Jonathan C. wrote.
“The Webinar Wednesday series provides a valuable service to the in-house service personnel by making quality information available at no cost and not having to travel to a training session off-site,” Stan R. shared.
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