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WHO Medical Equipment Maintenance Programme: Pump, Infusion Procedure Mobile App

The WHO Medical Equipment Maintenance Programme: Pump, Infusion Procedure mobile app allows you to complete a thorough inspection for your Pump, Infusion using a smartphone or tablet. The app records procedures, FDA risk, safety inspection, programme risk score, performance inspection, risk group and life support preventative maintenance checks. This app can be customized to meet your technician’s maintenance practices.

  • Lendlease
  • The Cooperative
  • PG&E
  • Red Bull
  • Mirvac

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Included Fields

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  • Ico date

    Date

  • Ico textbox

    Technician's Name

  • Ico textbox

    Floor

  • Ico textbox

    Unit

  • Ico textbox

    Department

  • Ico statictext

    FDA risk: 2

  • Ico textbox

    Programme risk score:

  • Ico statictext

    Risk group: Patient support

  • Ico statictext

    Safety insp.

  • Ico statictext

    Perf.

  • Ico statictext

    PM checks/yr.

  • Ico statictext

    Procedure

  • Ico checkbox

    Inspect exterior of equipment for damage or missing hardware.

  • Ico checkbox

    Inspect the power cord, strain relief and plug/s for any signs of damage.

  • Ico checkbox

    Turn unit off, open user-accessible covers and inspect unit for damage.

  • Ico checkbox

    Clean unit interior components and exterior with vacuum or compressed air.

  • Ico checkbox

    Inspect interior for signs of corrosion or missing hardware.

  • Ico checkbox

    Inspect electrical components for signs of excessive heat or deterioration.

  • Ico checkbox

    Perform battery operation test.

  • Ico checkbox

    Test instrument service/test mode.

  • Ico checkbox

    Verify pressure calibration.

  • Ico checkbox

    Perform auto pinch-off test.

  • Ico checkbox

    Verify rate accuracy.

  • Ico checkbox

    Verify correct operation of all buttons, controls, displays and/or indicators.

  • Ico checkbox

    Verify correct operation of unit in all functional modalities.

  • Ico multiline

    Technician's Notes

  • Ico signature

    Technician's Signature

  • Ico date

    Date

  • ...and More!

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