Medical Devices Calibration
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Medical Equipment Calibration

Medical Equipment Calibration is the process of configuring the measurement and the accuracy of the medical device or the medical system used in Hospitals. This field intends to offer advance healthcare treatment, including diagnosis, monitoring and therapy.

The medical calibration measurements, is important because they establish whether the medical devices are appropriate, according to the international standards or not. The calibration also helps to minimise misdiagnosis caused by poorly calibrated machine. It is very important to configure hospital systems, according to the standard calibration because these machines need to be absolutely accurate since it is a matter of life and death.

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    Technical Specification


    BP Apparatus

    All Ranges

    Manometer and Leak test

    Defibrillator Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Energy, ECG, Charging time and Electrical safety

    ECG Machines Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    HV testing, Leakage Current test, Earth Bond, Resistance

    Electrosurgical Diathermy (Cautery Machines) Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Electrical safety test, ESU output Power, Current, Peak to peak voltage, crest factor

    Fetal Monitor Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Electrical safety and IUP

    Hemotherm Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Temperature Calibration

    Incubator Analyzer Calibration

    Humidity: 30 to 90 %RH
     Sound Level: 94 dB
     Temperature: 10 to 50 °C

    Calibration of Fluke INCU-2
     Calibration parameters Pressure, Flow rate, TIME, Temperature, RH, Airflow

    Infusion Pump Analyzer Calibration

    Flow Rate: 10 ml/hr. to 1000 ml/hr.
     Flow Volume: 5 ml to 400 ml

    Calibration of Fluke IDA1-S,
    IDA4, IDA5, IDA4 Plus,
     Calibration parameters: Flow rate, Flow Volume, Pressure

    NIBP Analyzer Calibration

    pressure: 0 to 500mmHg

    Calibration parameters: Pressure, leak rate

    O T Lamp, Light Sources Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Lux Measurement

    O2 Analyzer Calibration

    21% and 100% of O2

    Calibration of Fluke Max O2

    Pacemaker Analyzer Calibration

    Resistance: 0 to 1500ohm

    Calibration of Fluke Sigmapace1000
     Calibration parameters: Voltage, Resistance, Current

    Pacemaker Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

     Demand and asynchronous Mode

    Patient Monitors Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    ECG, Spo2, NIBP, respiration, Electrical safety

    Phototherapy Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Temperature Calibration, Electrical safety

    Physiotherapy Equipment Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Electrical safety

    Pulse Oximeters Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Spo2, Electrical safety

    SPo2 Functional Tester Calibration

    SPO2: 30 to 100%

    Calibration of Fluke Index 2

    Spo2 Verification

    SPO2: 30 to 100%

    Oxygen Saturation verification

    Syringe Pumps and Infusion Pumps Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Flow, Occlusion, PCA Bolus, Volume, Electrical safety Test

    Tourniquets Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Pressure calibration

    Ventilator Calibration and Anesthesia Machine Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Electrical safety and 21 Ventilator Parameter like Tidal volume, I: E Ratio, Rate, PEEP etc.

    Warmers and Patient Incubators Calibration

    Calibration of all ranges

    Temperature Calibration


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