From the time you purchase your C-Arm to the moment the first scan has been performed on a patient, there a variety of things that need to be done. Some of the responsibilities fall into the provider, the physician, and the installer.
The following is a set of responsibilities that the installer needs to conduct to help prepare your medical facility with the arrival of the C-Arm. By carrying out the responsibilities that each individual is entitled to, serving patients can be done sooner with efficient outcomes.
A mobile C-Arm installation isn’t nearly as much hard work as the installation of fixed equipment like CT scanners. However, it is definitely worth the hassle of having a field engineer available to take care of the two primary responsibilities in mobile C-Arm installation.
A reputable firm issuing C-Arms are likely to perform functional checks before the system is set for transportation. However, things can shift during the transportation process. A C-Arm trained engineer should be able to run a final test after the deliver to ensure the system is fail-safe. In addition to that, if the system requires assistance in other aspects, they can cater to them on the spot.
The 2579 form is an official report of a diagnostic x-ray system and requires filing with the FDA of the state that the facility resides in. This form should be filled out and completed by the installer.
The most efficient way to prevent issues and get things started once your C-Arm arrives at your facility is by making sure what needs to be done and who needs to be doing it is known in advance.
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