Regular examination procedures are performed on the material condition of biomedical equipment, for the purposes of the elimination or minimization and monitoring of risks, as well as ensuring their conservation in optimal operating conditions, thereby reducing potential breakdowns and system failures caused by the poor condition of same.
The benefits of such preventive maintenance are:
- Reliability, as the equipment operates under the highest safest conditions, given that we are cognisant of its status and operating condition.
- Reduction of dead time, time in which the equipment is not being used.
- Greater duration of equipment and facilities.
- Lower repair costs