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Unit 502: Servicing Patient Monitoring and Infusion Equipment

Aim: To equip course participants with a proficiency in the usage, maintenance, testing and servicing of the key industry patient monitoring and infusion equipment.

Objectives:
Throughout this unit, participants will:

1. Learn to operate the following devices: feeding pumps, fluid warmers, ripple mattresses, infusion devices, premature baby incubators, phototherapy devices, foetal heart monitors, radiant heater warmers, apnoea alarms, and aspiration devices.
2. Further this understanding by learning to test, service and practise basic fault-finding techniques with this equipment.
3. Receive an introduction to module physiology and dedicated test equipment.
4. Learn the key health and safety procedures, documentation and legislation for these devices.
5. Be fully prepared to undertake units 3-6.

For more information, you can download our Unit 502 Guide.

Forthcoming Courses:

Unit  502 - Servicing Patient Monitoring and Infusion Equipment,

Further dates for other locations are to be announced or contact us and we can arrange a course date around your requirements.Course cost is £749.50 plus VAT per delegate

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kIf you do not see a date that is convenient for your requirements then please give us a call as we may well be able to run a course to meet with your local needs.

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