Patient monitors are vital tools for healthcare professionals to use in hospitals because they can accurately calculate a patient’s basic bodily functions. They measure, record, assign and display numerous values such as heart rate, blood pressure, and temperature. Their versatility and advanced parameters make them important hospital resources that must be properly maintained or repaired if they are broken.
With over 25 years of industry experience, MedEquip Biomedical refurbishes and repairs patient monitors, sells systems and parts. We specialize in acute-care, sub-acute care, vital signs and Anesthesia gas monitors (AGM), single parameter and multi-parameter modules, and telemetry.
We want to ensure that they can withstand the strongest hospital-grade disinfectants that will not compromise the quality of any system. Caregivers must be able to provide the highest level of care, while not having to worry about their vital systems breaking down. At MedEquip, we provide patient monitor repair and maintenance services that help hospitals give optimal care to their patients. We help them avoid unexpected downtime and provide uncompromised care that protects patients.
We highly recommend making a regular repair schedule. Our medical service providers have the appropriate expertise and knowledge to assist you in getting your patient monitoring systems as quickly as possible. We’ll work with you to set up a rotating schedule for fixes because it can take between 5-10 days for us to complete them.
How long each repair takes depends on the complexity of the equipment itself. We follow strict rules when it comes to repairing all patient monitors that are as follows:
- Checking and Cleaning The Filter
Debris, dust, and other particles can build up in the filter of the patient monitor. If left uncleaned, these things can damage and shorten the life of the monitor, making it not function at an optimal level. We clean the filter weekly to make sure everything is clean and free of debris.
- Wiping The Monitor
To avoid having dust and debris work their way through monitors, we wipe down the monitor weekly to ensure everything on the surface is clear of dust and debris.
- Checking Water Traps
Patient monitors have water traps that need to be checked and emptied frequently, usually after a surgical procedure is performed. If the water trap becomes full, it could break the patient’s monitor.
- Calibrate Manufacturer Specifications
One of our certified technicians will calibrate specific measures on the monitor to make sure it’s working right and lasts for a longer time. Our professional team can help you improve acute care delivery and the way that information is transferred across all departments in the hospitals.
We are focused on providing innovative patient monitors to turn clinical data into powerful, life-transforming actions.
At MedEquip, we provide patient monitor repair and maintenance services that help hospitals give optimal care to their patients. We help them avoid unexpected downtime and provide uncompromised care that protects patients.
Work with us today to ensure your patient monitor systems are performing at their best!