The Webinar Wednesday presentation “Get into the Flow of Anesthesia Machine Testing” was eligible for 1 credit from the ACI.
Presented by Fluke Biomedical Product Marketing Manager Andrew Clay and Fluke Biomedical Product Manager Michael Raiche, and sponsored by Fluke Biomedical, the webinar showed how proper function and maintenance can be the difference between life and death for a patient. They explained what attendees need to know about anesthesia delivery system testing. Their 20+ years of experience in medical device design and testing guided attendees through the ins and outs to get them started.
The webinar had the highest number of registrations this year with 529 individuals signing up. In a post-webinar survey, attendees shared their answers to the question “What did you like most about today’s webinar?”
“It was clear and concise, kept simple and easy to understand. I enjoyed the answering of questions at the end of the seminar. Good questions by the way,” said C. Vargos, BMET III.
“Very detailed and wonderful background information,” said C. BaKuzonis, Director of Clinical Engineering.
“Just the amount of general knowledge shared. Anesthesia is not one of my strongest skill sets. Very informative,” shared P. Graham, Biomedical Technician.
“Everything ! I know very little about Anes Machines,” exclaimed C. Donmoyer, Biomed Manager.
“Great anesthesia review. More than just the basics. Good coverage of the anesthesia system and associated equipment,” stated E. Hudy, BMET III.
“This was a knowledgeable presentation that also included real environment information and patient care information,” said D. Banister, Field Service Engineer.
“The webinar was very informative. Though I have all the necessary modern test equipment for my anesthesia machines, I enjoyed the fact that the presentation reinforces knowledge regarding how the machines work, electrical safety testing, using proper test equipment, following manufacturer’s procedures with proper documentation. Most importantly, assuring patient safety as being the first priority. Thank you once again for providing an outstanding webinar,” said B. Hayes, CBET III.
“Presenters did a good job of providing an understandable overview of anesthesia vents, and highlighting some of the more likely issues that will arise with them,” said B. Brownell, Biomedical Technician.
“Great pace, keeps you interested and still gives you time to digest the information. Good visuals, not over complicated just clean and to the point. Happy to see a good chunk of time for questions at the end. This is where people really learn, it also makes it tailored to each individual but everyone benefits from it. Good stuff, will be looking for more opportunities,” said T. Kelly, Biomedical Technician.
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