With the influx of equipment in hospitals, the healthcare and biomedical field is highly dependent on medical monitoring parts that are up to standard and working at their peak. Our experienced team can repair your broken medical equipment, even if it requires precise attention to smaller component levels. We have a vast network of suppliers, which enables us to find unusual or harder-to-find parts.
When it comes to your hospital’s patient monitor repair systems, ensure that you get the best technicians on the job. So what do you do when your patient monitoring device has stopped working?
MedEquip Biomedical can pinpoint the particular program your system might be facing and fix it so that your apparatus will never fall below safety levels. Troubleshooting is the first step that can be taken, and if that step doesn’t work, our technicians will be readily available to get your system back up and running so that you can continue to focus on optimal patient care.
MedEquip Biomedical is the premier Depot Repair Center for all patient monitoring equipment including HP/Phillips, GE/Marquette, Datascope, Spacelabs, Datex-Ohmeda and Drager. We provide fast and affordable service all across the US. For information and to place a service request please call 305-470-8013.
How can you be sure that your patient monitor system is working up to standard?
Our team is always prepared, trained and certified for all major patient monitor brands and models, and even has access to parts that pertain to older models. Our experienced technicians are highly qualified and abide by all Joint Commission certifications. We address any maintenance issues including low CO2, anesthetic, and NIBP readings, telemetry issues, signal noise and loss, printer malfunctions, comprehensive preventative maintenance, and system failures.
How will I know if I have to troubleshoot a patient monitor?
Sometimes there will be a clear-cut issue of why your patient monitoring system is not working at peak levels. Other times, the problem will be a lot more complex. Here are just some reasons your monitor system will need troubleshooting:
- The server lost connection to the network
- The server lost connection with the room the patient monitoring system is in
- The IP address that is used for the server was changed
- The network cable has been damaged and can no longer form a connection
The first few steps you should take before you troubleshoot your system should include gathering information, analyzing the problem, trying to find a solution, verifying the solution was effective and documenting the issue. Any deviations from these steps can put your patient monitoring system at even a higher chance of malfunctioning.
Keep tabs on your patients’ vitals with reliable, local, and flexible service and repair of your patient monitors and monitoring systems. MedEquip Biomedical proudly partners with in-house Biomed teams to reduce the burden and cost of servicing monitors.
Should you buy a new or refurbished patient monitor system?
The size of your budget will be the deciding factor when choosing between a refurbished and new patient monitoring system. There are quality monitors available for virtually every budget, and knowing you can definitely narrow down your list of options.
Purchasing new monitors will get you the latest technology, but they will eventually become obsolete, which will make the reselling process more difficult. With any refurbished system, all that is needed is to trade them for updated equipment, and the company decided to do with the old monitors.
Choose MedEquip Biomedical for all your patient monitor repairs and refurbishing
We aim to make the whole process seamless while you focus on delivering the best patient care in North America. Our experience, expertise and focus give us the ability and flexibility to offer you specialized services for your exact problem, under strict ISO13485 quality standards.