Medical equipment calibration is performed for many reasons, but most importantly, it is performed to ensure the overall functionality of the equipment is accurate and reliable. Comparable to manufacturing equipment, medical equipment is prone to drifting and damage over time which impacts its performance. In order to retain medical equipment’s effectiveness, calibration needs to be completed on a regular basis. By doing so, the equipment will have minimal performance risks and reduced uncertainties. Accuracy of medical equipment is especially important because it effects the overall output, relating to both quality and profitability.
Watch the brief video below to learn more about calibrating your medical equipment.
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