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This webinar occured on: October 6, 2011
An automated external defibrillator (AED) is one of the most important safety tools in your facility. As equipment matures and technology advances, it is important to evaluate the age and capabilities of your AEDs to determine if it’s time for a replacement.
Estimates of defibrillator life expectancy range from five years (The American Hospital Association 2004 Estimated Useful Lives of Depreciable Hospital Assets) to eight years (The Department of the Army Technical Bulletin TB MED 7). This webinar will review a checklist of items to consider and help you understand when it’s time for you to replace your units.REGISTER Below to view the ONDemand Version
This webinar occured on: October 6, 2011Speaker:
, Senior Program Director of Engineering
Maren Nelson is a Senior Program Director at Physio-Control in Redmond, Washington. Physio-Control is a medical device manufacturer for automated external defibrillators and monitoring devices. Maren has been working with defibrillators in the medical device industry for 20 years, in both development and quality positions.
She received a BS-EE degree from Stanford University, a BA-ES degree from Pacific Lutheran University and an Executive MBA degree from Seattle University. Maren has worked on pre-hospital, hospital and AED products, focused in the area of AED device and solution development for the past two years.
Duration: 1 Hour
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