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Top 50 Biomedical Engineering Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Biomedical Engineering Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Biomedical Engineering Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.2% of Biomedical Engineering Technician resumes contained Medical Equipment as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Biomedical Engineering Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Biomedical Engineering Technician

1. Medical Equipment
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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Repair, calibrate and maintain dialysis equipment, medical equipment, testing equipment, and mechanical/electrical systems.
  • Performed preventive, corrective maintenance and calibrations on many brands of medical equipment.
  • Performed equipment calibrations, repairs and electrical safety testing on medical equipment.
  • Performed home care medical equipment repair, preventive maintenance and calibration.
  • Repaired wide range of medical equipment essential for patient sustainability.
  • Trained clinicians on how to properly operate medical equipment.
  • Repair medical equipment using electronics and mechanical aptitudes
  • Refurbished Medical equipment, without documentation.
  • Repair, install, maintain, calibrate, and inspect medical equipment and instrumentation, including life- support equipment.
  • Performed pm, repair and calibration of hospital medical equipment and equipment inventory parts.
  • Assist other technicians in the troubleshooting and all repair of medical equipment.
  • Participate in training to expand knowledge of hospital systems and medical equipment.
  • Certified to repair and maintain multiple various OEM medical equipment, ex.
  • Maintained up to date inventory of incoming and going medical equipment.
  • Repaired, calibrated, and maintained all types of medical equipment
  • Use Technical skills in the field of Medical Equipment repair.
  • Performed service and repair on durable medical equipment.
  • Performed repair and preventive maintenance on critical care medical equipment while ensuring that all documentation was completed in a timely manner.
  • Scheduled and conducted PM's and corrective actions Drafted and implemented the Medical Equipment Management Plan and departmental Performance Improvement Plan.
  • Repair Medical Equipment (intravenous and food) Create databases and Excel spreadsheets Maintain accurate location of devices

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2. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all medical equipment in accordance with manufacture's recommendations and joint commission of accreditation policies.
  • Performed repairs, preventative maintenance and sanitation of Reverse Osmosis equipment for Northern Indiana dialysis clinics.
  • Performed calibrations, preventative maintenance and repairs on hundreds of different types of medical equipment.
  • Perform repairs and preventative maintenance of outpatient dialysis equipment used in the dialysis facilities.
  • Performed duties to include all areas of medical equipment preventative maintenance.
  • Performed scheduled and preventative maintenance of medical equipment and systems.
  • Completed preventative maintenance, inspections and electrical safety testing.
  • Machine deployment and preventative maintenance on several server architectures.
  • Employed preventative maintenance systems with detailed record keeping.
  • Maintain established preventative maintenance program and support documentation.
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance on array of medical devices for medical and dental clinics in the National Capital Region.
  • Performed hospital adapted ECRI (former Emergency Care Research Institute) preventative maintenance procedures on various medical devices.
  • Completed a one year back log of preventative maintenance and repairs to prepare for JACHO inspections.
  • Maintained a current list of preventative maintenance and schedule for the yearly PM.
  • Maintain dialysis machines by repairing, and performing preventative maintenance on all equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and repairs on all Biomedical equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance per manufacture, and hopital specifications.
  • Service, preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair on biomedical instruments which included Abbott IV pumps and Prodigy Blood Pressure Monitors.
  • Helped bring the hospital back into compliance in regards to overlooked medical equipment needing Preventative maintenance and repair.
  • update the preventative maintenance schedule.

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3. Dialysis Treatment
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Here's how Dialysis Treatment is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Installed, monitored, repaired and calibrated complex electrical/hydraulic machines used in the medical field for dialysis treatments.
  • Developed a pre-wet BiCart system for dialysis, decreasing duration requirements for dialysis treatments and increasing patient comfort and staff efficiency.
  • Responsibilities-Mixed chemical dialysate for daily kidney dialysis treatments, tested solutions rigorously to ensure patient safety.

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4. Lab Equipment
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Here's how Lab Equipment is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Support and maintain ISENSIX critical lab equipment wireless temperature monitoring systems including device interface across an enterprise deployment base.
  • Perform repairs, recommended maintenance, calibrations, and safety inspections of medical and lab equipment.
  • Provided annual Electrical Safety/PM for Physicians Office/Lab Equipment per COLA/CLIA/UL/IEC.
  • Specialized in ER, OR, ICU, CCU and Lab equipment.
  • Perform PMs and CMs on general medical and lab equipment throughout the hospital.
  • Used centrifuge, refractometer and other lab equipment.

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5. Biomedical
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Here's how Biomedical is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Maintained biomedical equipment supplies inventory by checking stock, anticipating needs, placing and expediting orders and verifying receipt.
  • Improved biomedical equipment performance by conferring with equipment users, developing modifications, collaborating with equipment manufacturers.
  • Assisted Biomedical Technician I's with preventive Maintenance and provided in-service education on troubleshooting skills.
  • Demonstrated a strong attention to detail in documentation and observations of biomedical instruments and devices.
  • Designed and conducted training on medical equipment and procedures for biomedical staff and hospital personnel.
  • Performed planned maintenance inspections, calibrations, repairs of general biomedical equipment.
  • Evaluated complex, customer biomedical equipment issues, and implemented appropriate repairs.
  • Prepare biomedical reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing information.
  • Installed and troubleshoot biomedical equipment in hospitals and laboratories.
  • Completed 3-month clinical training program as Biomedical Technician.
  • Performed repairs and installations of Biomedical equipment.
  • Installed and precisely calibrate biomedical equipment.
  • Install, adjust, maintain, repair, or provide technical support for biomedical equipment.
  • Maintain warehouse clean from debris and operational for all other drivers and biomedical staff.
  • Worked as sole biomedical technician for Portsmouth General Hospital a 150 bed hospital.
  • Inspected, calibrated, repaired biomedical equipment for facilities in the state.
  • Approved new biomedical equipment by conducting tests, ensuring adherence to codes.
  • Assist Biomedical Engineering staff by scheduling and performing routine maintenance and overhaul on returned products.
  • Provided technical support of biomedical equipment for clientele spanning from San Antonio to the Rio Grande Valley, Texas.
  • Humble, TX (Both positions are the same description) Repair maintained and calibrated biomedical equipment within hospital settings.

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6. Facility Staff
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Here's how Facility Staff is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Updated chemical inventory list Cooperated with facility staff to ensure all regulatory and OSHA requirements were met.
  • Work with facility staff to ensure all regulatory and OSHA requirements are met.

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7. Electrical Safety Inspections
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Here's how Electrical Safety Inspections is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Perform preventive maintenance and electrical safety inspections on clinical equipment and hospital devices for patient and staff safety.
  • Perform scheduled/preventive maintenance, electrical safety inspections, and quality assurance on patient care equipment.
  • Performed planned maintenance and electrical safety inspections.
  • Performed electrical safety inspections, preventive and corrective maintenance, installations, inventory, and incoming inspections of medical equipments.
  • Perform performance assurance inspections, scheduled maintenance, electrical safety inspections and operation verification procedures on general biomedical equipment.

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8. Trouble Shooting
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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Performed operational maintenance, calibration, trouble shooting, and repair of medical and medically related equipment.
  • Repair, trouble shooting and preventive maintenance of dry bath, water bath, mixers, microscopes, centrifuges and pipettes.
  • Based on my effective performance, my Director enlists my help for trouble shooting problems in several key systems.
  • Trouble Shooting MMS Philips Modules, and issues on circuit boards/connectors.
  • Advanced trouble shooting with technical documents and technical support.
  • Repair, trouble shooting and preventive maintenance dialysis equipment.
  • Trouble shooting and repair infusion pumps;.
  • Trouble shooting down to the component level.
  • Trouble Shooting: Flow errors (low/high/intermittent/flow recirc), alarms (high TEMP/pressure holding test/no water/OLC etc.)
  • Performed trouble shooting and phlebotomy skills.
  • Trouble shooting and diagnosing medical equipment Repairing medical equipment Preventative maintenance on medical equipment

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9. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Participated in and conducted on-the-job training regarding technical, administrative, and customer service requirements.
  • Received a Certificate of Recognition for demonstrating excellent customer service skills.
  • Maintain excellent customer relationships though effective customer service.
  • Assured good customer service between the company and the client as well as the departments in the hospital.
  • Served on a 24/7 as-need basis ensuring rapid response; provided excellent customer service for staff and patients.
  • Provide excellent customer service to the highest standards and maintain a safe and healthy work environment.
  • Provided customer service to perspective donors and current donors prior to donating plasma.
  • Perform customer service functions such as making deliveries and pickups of equipment.
  • Use customer service skills to promote good patient or customer experience.
  • Make sure all the employees are providing the best customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service to all hospital personnel and vendors.
  • Provided compassionate customer service to patients in care.
  • Provide courteous customer service and counseling to donors.
  • Served on the customer service committee.
  • Provide customer service and electronic & mechanical Repairs on various medical products.
  • perform customer service or inventory management as requested.
  • Improved customer's evaluation of the Biomed team with excellent customer service and responsiveness.
  • Perform venipuncture Provided excellent customer service
  • Managed all customer service issues with increased client satisfaction .
  • Perform phlebotomy for collection of plasma Provide friendly customer service Troubleshoot any potential variances during plasmapheresis process

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10. Defibrillators
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Here's how Defibrillators is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Conducted monthly maintenance on defibrillators and patient monitors, & electrolyte analyzer.
  • Maintained and repaired defibrillators, pacemakers, patient monitoring equipment, dialysis machines, nurse call systems and low risk equipment.
  • Repaired Defibrillators, Hospital Beds, Light Sources, and other types of equipment within a hospital setting.
  • Provided support on medical devices: Sterilizers, defibrillators, spectroscopy, X-RAY generators, etc.
  • Repaired and tested defibrillators / patient monitors at Philips service repair depot.
  • Repair and Installation of Biomedical Equipment (infusion Pumps, Defibrillators, Monitoring, ECG, scales, etc...)
  • Position Description: Qualified Biomedical Technicians will be tasked with troubleshooting, repairing, and updating Philips HeartStart MRx Automatic Monitor/Defibrillators.
  • Certified training on Philips Intellivue bedside monitoring, Lifepack 20 defibrillators, hospital beds, and hands-on broadband technical training.

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11. Reverse Osmosis
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Here's how Reverse Osmosis is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Perform field service on portable reverse osmosis water purification machines and dialysis machines at regional hospitals.
  • Monitored and tested Dialysis Central Reverse Osmosis Systems and maintained appropriate records.
  • Perform repairs and maintenance of MARCOR portable Reverse Osmosis machines and Acute (hospital) specific equipment as requested.
  • Contributed to the health and safety of patients by repairing and maintaining dialysis and reverse osmosis machines.
  • Monitor and maintain the Reverse Osmosis Water System.
  • Execute monthly and quarterly disinfection for Reverse Osmosis (RO) system and RO loops.Maintaining and calibrating testing equipment.
  • Disinfect reverse osmosis loops, send cultures out for testing, and audit overall performance for clinics each month.
  • Maintained water treatment RO (Reverse Osmosis) Systems that includes programmable controls by monthly disinfections process.
  • Maintained proper operation of reverse osmosis machines used to create oppm water for dialysis.
  • Service and repair of better water and Marcor reverse osmosis systems.
  • Maintained and repaired Osmonics 23G Reverse Osmosis Machines.
  • Maintain water pretreatment system for Reverse Osmosis water.
  • Diagnosed and repaired dialysis equipment Performed routine maintenance on machine hydraulics Assessed and maintained reverse osmosis water purification
  • Perform repairs on hemodialysis equipment, and perform disinfections on portable reverse osmosis equipment.
  • Assign in Hemo-dialysis Unit from time to time doing Comprehensive repair and reverse osmosis system of the Department.

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12. Infusion Pumps
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Here's how Infusion Pumps is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Calibrate infusion pumps Repair circuit board
  • Updated 523 infusion pumps to receive a critical software update with 92% completion rate in less than two days.
  • Learn and work on various devices such as infusion pumps, lab units, coagulation machine and many more.
  • Selected for and attended company-paid, OEM training on the Baxter Colleague series of infusion pumps.
  • Performed Preventative Maintenance on Infusion Pumps as well as troubleshooting; installing; repairing and calibrating.
  • Perform PMs and regular maintenance on Dialysis machines, water system, infusion pumps, etc.
  • Experience and certified to work with Infusion pumps-ABBOT Plum A+, Plum A+3.
  • Troubleshooted dialysis machines, infusion pumps, Micro-syringes, water treatment machines.
  • Maintained all (over 450) infusion pumps within the facility.
  • Updated piezo alarms in medical Infusion pumps using highly skilled techniques including electrical testing equipment.
  • Provided onsite support for infusion pumps.
  • Centrifuge, Infusion Pumps, and R.O.
  • Maintain and repair Smiths Medical, Hospiria, and Curlin Infusion pumps

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13. Test Procedures
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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Developed test jigs to expedite preventive maintenance test procedures.

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14. Medical Devices
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Here's how Medical Devices is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Perform incoming inspections on hospital and non-hospital owned medical equipment, ensuring medical devices are safe and accurate before patient use.
  • Communicate to manufacturers about problems with medical devices - Primarily responsible for all of Central Sterile Processing equipment.
  • Install and maintain all critical-care electronic medical devices in intensive-care units and operating rooms.
  • Repaired, upgraded, and calibrated electronic medical devices used in physical therapy.
  • Performed electrical safety testing, technical evaluation and scheduled maintenance on medical devices.
  • Conduct scheduled and unscheduled electrical and functional safety inspections on medical devices.
  • Tested and repaired and calibrated medical devices to manufacture specifications.
  • Maintain various medical devices by providing repair and preventative maintenance.
  • Repair and calibrate medical devices in rural hospital in Honduras
  • Job description: Performed safety checks to most of the medical devices in the hospital.
  • Perform incoming inspection, repairs and calibrate medical devices for assigned floors and service calls.
  • Job description: Perform PM to most of the medical devices in different surgical clinics.
  • Ensured integration of current medical devices and safety procedures in Warhorse, Iraq.
  • Maintain medical devices using electrical test equipment and software to reduce failure rates.
  • Repair medical devices and systems using device instrumentation to diagnose and resolve failures.
  • Completed testing, repair and calibration of a range of medical devices.
  • Perform technical services on medical devices.
  • Performed electrical safety, preventive maintenance, troubleshoot, * repaired medical devices according to specifications.
  • Biomed II Contract Position Perform preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of complex medical devices
  • Serviced multiple medical devices * Performed safety checks and repairs * Completed quality control and compliance standards

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15. Water Treatment Equipment
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Here's how Water Treatment Equipment is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Maintain water treatment equipment including Reverse Osmosis, Repair and maintain Dialysis medical equipment.
  • Maintain and repair Dialysis and water treatment equipment along with all other facility maintenance such as plumbing and electrical.
  • Understand technical policies, standards and procedures for safe operation of clinic's equipment and back-up water treatment equipment.
  • Provide instructive tours of the water treatment equipment for patients to explain the basics of the machines.
  • Maintained, cleaned (low and high pH), and disinfected water treatment equipment.
  • Repair & maintain dialysis machines & water treatment equipment.
  • Perform repairs and routine maintenance on water treatment equipment.
  • Completed training in DaVita Biomed Programs covering Dialysis Ancillary Equipment and Water Treatment Equipment to process Reverse Osmosis Treated Water.
  • Performed all repairs, preventative diagnostics and electrical safety checks on all medicalequipment, water treatment equipment and plumbing systems.

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16. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Maintain accurate equipment service history in computerized equipment maintenance database Write PM procedures and equipment service schedules for patient care equipment.
  • Assisted with facilities maintenance for multiple facilities and Reuse Department ensuring uninterrupted patient care.
  • Maintained and troubleshot operational issues with patient care and medical equipment.
  • Scheduled preventive maintenance and controlled inventories to ensure that all equipment was functioning as needed to provide excellent patient care.
  • Performed preventive maintenance, repair and calibration on a wide variety of patient care equipment in KCI's rental fleet.
  • Perform internal audits within the faculty that include but not limited to water room audits and oversee patient care providers.
  • Received great feedback from management on work performances such as resolving problems sufficiently, time management, and patient care.
  • Worked in cooperation with Hospital's Risk Manager to review patient care equipment incident reports and recommended needed corrective actions.
  • Draw blood, patient care while donating, handle specimens, keep and file records
  • Assisted with the purchase, inspection and installation of new patient care devices.
  • Perform repairs, initial inspections, and preventative maintenance on patient care equipment.
  • Tested and support the HP Component Monitoring System for patient care.
  • Perform clinical in-service and technical training on patient care equipment.
  • Repair, calibrate and inspect patient care equipment.
  • Repair patient care equipment with diagnostic test equipment.
  • Maintained multiple Patient Care areas.
  • Processed over 100 repair parts and material requisitions which increased Biomedical Equipment availability for safe patient care.
  • Performed repairs and calibration service on a broad range of patient care, monitoring and support equipment, (i.e.
  • Supported operational performance of Renalstar computer system for staff and nurses allowing for more effective patient care.
  • Tested and repaired of clinical biomedical patient care products.

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17. Water Systems
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Here's how Water Systems is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Repaired and maintained kidney dialysis machines, facility water systems, and other associated equipment at company fixed location facilities.
  • Repair, install, maintain, calibrate, and inspect complex medical equipment, instrumentation, and reverse osmosis water systems.
  • Repair and maintenance Dialysis machines, Water systems and minor medical equipment for Nurse Homes.
  • Attended 2008K Level I and II, and General Electric RO water systems training.
  • Repair and maintenance of ultra pure water systems and press treatment of water systems.
  • Monitored and repaired machines water systems in various projects.
  • Maintained water systems at all 4 facilities.
  • Maintain water systems for use in dialysis.
  • water systems, reuse equipment, and ancillary medical equipment as recommended by the equipment manufacturer's specifications.
  • Handle all machine repair, and preventive maintenance with various types of medical equipment and pretreatment water systems.
  • Advise and assist in the application of instrumentation in clinical water systems.
  • Collected cultures for bacteria and endotoxins on water systems and machines.
  • water systems, and ancillary medical equipment.
  • Full Time Work (40+ Hours)Monitor bacteria, endotoxin and mineral content in water systems by collecting periodic samples.
  • Inspect, repair and maintain medical equipment Inspect, repair and maintain water systems General facility maintenance Complete and log service reports

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18. Telemetry
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Here's how Telemetry is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Advised senior hospital leadership of complete telemetry failure; outlined and implemented solution to maintain wireless observation of at-risk patients.
  • Serviced various equipment including patient monitors, electrocardiographs, and telemetry.
  • Networked and configured wireless Telemetry vital sign monitors across patient floors.
  • Maintained GE and Philips telemetry remote patient monitoring systems.
  • Experience with wireless telemetry network maintenance and troubleshooting.
  • Resolved complex telemetry system design and installation problems.
  • Responded to service calls throughout hospital: telemetry systems, heart and blood pressure monitoring, nurse call system.
  • Repair any and all malfunctions of medical equipment including beds, nurse calls, telemetry, pumps etc.
  • Calibrated all Honeywell heart rate, blood pressure, and telemetry receivers throughout hospital.
  • Repair, install, maintain and calibrated telemetry systems and patient monitoring equipment.
  • Installed and maintained Monitoring Systems such as Telemetry and Vital Sign Monitors.
  • Installed telemetry system for Cardiac Care Unit.
  • Provided technical phone support and onsite field service of medical telemetry monitoring network systems for multiple hospital customer accounts.
  • Repaired and maintained Wireless Telemetry Systems as well as Hardwired Patient Monitoring Systems.
  • Involved in planning and implementation of projects including: Endoscope reprocessor upgrade, Surgical Information Systems, and Telemetry Projects.
  • Maintained and repaired healthcare equipment: including: HP (Hewlett-Packard) bedside telemetry monitors, Baxter IV pumps.
  • Coordinated staff and tech training on telemetry system and proper hook up and leadplacement.
  • Specialized in Surgery, Cath Lab, Endoscopy, Patient Monitoring and Telemetry.
  • Worked on and improved the Systems Dialysis program Worked on Telemetry network
  • Supervised installation of housewide telemetry system allowing patients to be moremobile while being monitored for cardiac arrhythmias increasing patient satisfaction.

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19. New Equipment
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Here's how New Equipment is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Provided technical expertise when evaluating new equipment in order to insure quality standards.
  • Collaborated with Clinical Engineers and devised new equipment and testing procedures.
  • Maintained advanced functions of SAMS-E database for update of parameters, new equipment and customers.
  • Worked closely with department managers, physicians, and dentists on the purchase of new equipment
  • Maintain documentation on new equipment, inspections, and equipment repairs and failures.
  • Assisted in the selection and purchasing of new equipment with the customer.
  • Traveled to the bay area to help customers with new equipment.
  • Assist with various installation and remodeling projects for new equipment.
  • Researched and located new equipment for special needs of doctors.
  • Installed, aligned, and balanced new equipment.
  • Entered all new equipment into the equipment inventory.
  • Evaluated new equipment, accessories and supplies.
  • Trained nurses how to use new equipment.
  • Trained staff on operation of new equipment.
  • Set up and test new equipment
  • Led projects involving new equipment procurement and installation, remediating manufacturer issued alerts, and updating clinical settings.
  • Performed incoming inspections on new equipment purchases per OEM guidelines using biomedical test and analysis instruments.
  • Performed preventative maintenance, calibrated, modified and assembled, un-assembled existing and new equipment.
  • Advised nursing staff on new equipment purchases.
  • Perform inspection of new equipment and ensure equipment meets manufacturer's specification for safe use.Diagnose and correct system malfunction.

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20. Anesthesia
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Here's how Anesthesia is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Configured network capable anesthesia units in OR for remote anesthetist viewing.
  • Maintained all anesthesia machines and various other computer/electronic based medical equipment.
  • Supported anesthesia with technical as well clinical support in open-heart procedures.
  • Provide on site troubleshooting to anesthesia with patient monitoring devices
  • Established ventilator/anesthesia in house maintenance program.
  • Performed repairs and maintenance of Laboratory, Anesthesia, and X-ray machines.
  • Implemented UPS backup on all anesthesia carts.
  • Help on fixing Anesthesia Units.
  • Performed preventive maintenance, calibrations, and repairs on general biomedical, surgical, and anesthesia medical equipment
  • Operate Anesthesia and Ventilation machines * Operate Bedside Monitors
  • Achieved sales with high end capital equipment, like anesthesia machines, cautery units, and patient monitoring equipment.
  • Lead technician for all anesthesia/ ventilation equipment for 312 Medical Logistics Company in Bagram, Kandahar and Salerno provinces.
  • Coordinate third party maintenance for Anesthesia unit, Ventilators, Hemodialysis units, MRI.
  • Completed OEM service training at Datex-Ohmeda for the Aestiva/7900 anesthesia system.
  • Repair and service Ohmeda anesthesia machine.
  • Factory-trained on Drager and Ohmeda anesthesia products.
  • Assist anesthesia faculty and residents with endotracheal intubation and invasive line cannulation.

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Here's how Philips is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Led and managed tasks surrounding the connection and maintenance of data feeds for all Philips patient monitoring systems.
  • Worked with Philips Medical on equipment installs, and helped organize the bed repair shop.
  • Sole Contributed to $517k in VCP Savings on Philips Patient module repairs.
  • Repair various Philips Medical Patient Monitors such as Merlin, MP30/70, Fetal Monitors, OB-Trace Vue etc.
  • Oversee and coordinate onsite Philips employees and in-house imaging service personnel.
  • Received Philips Intellivue PIIC Training.
  • Assisted with implementation of Philips to Nihon Kohden patient monitoring conversion.
  • Experience with Philips bedside Monitoring integration with Philips IBE and Meditech EMR * Maintain the Cardiac Monitoring bedside monitoring network.
  • Obtained varies MFG certification: Philips, Ascom, Alaris, Carestream Healthcare, Hill-Rom, Maquet

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23. Patient Monitors
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Here's how Patient Monitors is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Job required calibration, repair and maintenance of medical life support equipment, patient monitors, electrocardiographs and incubators.
  • Serviced various equipment including patient monitors, electrocardiographs, blood-gas analyzers, x-ray units, anesthesia apparatus and pacemakers.
  • Researched and completed orders of various components and patient monitors.
  • Researched and completed orders of various components and patient monitors Daily completion of inbound/outbound service reports for equipment
  • Calibrated biomedical equipment including patient monitors,respirators and laboratory and X-ray equipment.

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Perform donor suitability screening including medical history interviews, obtaining vital signs, urinalysis, blood testing and file maintenance.
  • Determine donor suitability, according to interview results, vital signs, and medical history.
  • Repair and testing of infusion pumps and various vital signs monitors.
  • Obtained and recorded client's vital signs.
  • Obtained and monitored patients vital signs.
  • Evaluated plasma suitability from dozens of donors via medical history,vital signs, and blood testing.
  • Managed various general office duties Data entry Interviewed patients to obtain medical information, weight, height, and vital signs.
  • Manage donor input, take vital signs, screen for potential ineligibility Honors -Employee of the Month October 2013 and March 2014
  • Obtain vital signs , review medical questions, perform fingersticks.
  • Obtained patient vital signs, urinalysis, blood testing using finger sticks/total proteins/hematocrits, and file maintenance .

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Here's how Hospital Equipment is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Work independently doing preventative maintenance and corrective maintenance on hospital equipment that kept the equipment functioning safely.
  • General repair and preventative maintenance of hospital equipment, specializing in anesthesia and other surgical equipment.
  • Repair and maintenance on hydraulic and electrical systems for hospital equipment.
  • Performed preventive and corrective maintenance on various types of hospital equipment.
  • Performed scheduled testing on new medical equipment and returned hospital equipment.
  • Perform preventive maintenance, maintain and repair electronic hospital equipment.
  • Performed operational and electrical safety checks on various hospital equipment.
  • Tested hospital equipment for safety and proper operation.
  • Maintain good performance and hospital equipment certification.
  • Provided installation, preventative maintenance, repair, removal, and electrical safety and calibration on U.S. Army hospital equipment.
  • Used resources to locate and purchase repair parts for hospital equipment that saved on costs.
  • Maintain, repair, and pm all hospital equipment, including all departments plus renal.
  • Perform scheduled maintenance on critical hospital equipment and ensure strict federal standards are met.
  • Provided end user education and training on rental and new hospital equipment.
  • Addressed calls for troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of all hospital equipment
  • Track and input hospital equipment into database based on RFID tags.
  • Tested, calibrated and repaired hospital equipment as needed.
  • Delivered and set up hospital equipment into homes.
  • Worked on all hospital equipment, life support.
  • Test, troubleshoot, and repair various hospital equipment

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Here's how Fresenius is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Acquired additional certifications for Fresenius-owned medical equipment.
  • Repaired and maintained Fresenius K dialysis machines, reverse osmosis water treatment systems, and all ancillary equipment.
  • Obtained service training from Fresenius Dialysis machine.
  • Installed, maintained, and repaired Fresenius Dialyzer Reprocessing System (DRS-4) or Reuse Machines.
  • Installed, maintained, and repaired Fresenius 2008D, 2008E, 2008H, Hemodialysis Machines.
  • Performed preventative maintenance, and repairs on Fresenius K & K2 Hemo Dialysis machines.
  • Calibrate and repair 3 Renatron II reprocessing systems and Fresenius 2008K2 systems.
  • Calibrated and repaired Cobe C3 Dialysis machines and Fresenius K2 machines.
  • Maintained dialysis machines such as Fresenius and Gambro phoenix machines.
  • Acquired by Fresenius Medical Care in Dec. 2012)
  • Certified in DRS4, Baxter 1550, Fresenius 2008H, 2008E & 2008K & Renetron II
  • Maintained and repaired Fresenius model hemodialysis equipment and related Zyzatech and MarCor water treatment equipment in an in-center setting.
  • Maintained and repaired portable Ro's (Millennium Hx and Better Water) and Fresenius 2008k, k2 and T machines.
  • Certified Technician of the Gambro Phoenix, Fresenius 2008K2, And the Prisma Flex Dialysis machine.
  • Manage part supply inventory.Accomplishments:Received Equipment manufacturer certifications from Baxter Healthcare, BBraun Healthcare, and Fresenius Healthcare.Experience (Other)

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Here's how Surgery is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Prepared surgery and recovery equipment for Joint Commission inspections, including supporting documentation, resulting in zero deficiencies.
  • Provide primary support for surgery, respiratory care, cardiology ultrasound, and laboratory.
  • Maintained and repaired medical equipment, primarily in neurology, endoscopy & surgery.
  • Performed Bio-med services for several rural hospitals, clinics, and surgery centers in Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana.
  • Assemble and process surgical instrumentation and power instruments for the Operating Room, Ambulatory Surgery, E.R.
  • Created and improved a Neonatal Internal Care Unit and two surgery room.
  • Repair of surgery tablesRepair of hospital beds
  • Assigned to O.R, Outpatient Surgery, and anesthesiology.

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28. IV
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Here's how IV is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Performed repairs and preventive maintenance on operating tables and operating equipment.
  • Evaluated quality control performing preventive maintenance using standard test and controls.
  • Perform troubleshooting, calibrating, preventive maintenance, repair, and installation of computer-based medical devices, to include dental equipment.
  • Improved productivity 30% by managing the database related to tech task schedules, assets control, and maintenance planning.
  • Experienced with German Health Authority audits and has never received a Major or Critical observation during any of those audits.
  • Exceeded customer expectations and to use active communications to assist staff in minimizing problems as they occur.
  • Order and maintain instrumentation parts for stock, finding cost effective replacement parts by different manufacturers.
  • Used department hardware and software to electronically process and close work orders and preventive maintenance assignments.
  • Perform preventive maintenance and electrical safety testing of clinical equipment, devices, and systems.
  • Scheduled preventive maintenance (PM's) procedures, calibrations and safety checks.
  • Perform as a system Analysis implementing Four Rivers CMS.
  • Enter accurate records for time and activity.
  • Received two commendations from PC.
  • Collaborate with all administrative staff in monthly quality assessment meetings to ensure efficiency of service and safety of patients
  • Work cooperatively and efficiently with little supervision, communicating verbally or in writing any discrepancies as needed.
  • Implemented corrective actions resulting from nonconformance issues mainly revolving workmanship to increase customer satisfaction.
  • Performed repairs and preventive maintenance Steris sterilizing processing systems.
  • Put up any stock received, rotate first in-first out 5.
  • Perform repair and preventive maintenance on Alaris infusion pumps.
  • Followed proper procedures for processing RMAs for defective products.

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29. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Assigned to EKG, EEG, and Laboratory unit, also responsibilities included repairing surgical cables, Olympic light sources.
  • Repair and verify EKG, Defibrillator, Telemetry, Patient Monitor and Ultrasound equipment.
  • Calibrate pacemaker, EKG, infusion unit, and other medical devices.
  • Maintained EKG machines and thermal EKG printers.
  • Calibrated and troubleshoot EKG monitors, transfusion devices, electromechanical hospital beds, and various hydraulic equipment
  • Performed safety test on EKGs, infusion pumps, defibrillators, and all other medical equipment for entire hospital.
  • General Biomedical equipment (Vital Signs, EKG, IV Pumps, Defibs etc.).
  • Performed annual PMs on IV pumps,defibs,bedside monitors, modules, EKGs,ESUs,ect....

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30. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Performed finger sticks, blood pressures, temperatures, and weights to make sure that the donors were healthy to donate.
  • Perform basic diagnostic procedures, such as blood pressure screening, breast cancer screening, or communicative disease screening.
  • Do finger pricks, blood pressure manually and automatically.
  • Enjoyed learning about diseases and blood pressures.
  • Access donors accurately using instruments like Centrifuges and blood pressure cuffs Precisely document donor's health information prior to donation
  • Registered patients, taking their blood pressure, weight, phlebotomy, blood and plasma.
  • Take blood Test blood Take blood pressure Weight Temperature Verify information

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31. Component Level
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Here's how Component Level is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Analyzed equipment down to component level repair and performed modifications of circuitry when needed.
  • Perform basic and advanced electronic troubleshooting to component level.
  • Utilized schematics to complete board/component level repairs.
  • Performed preventative maintenance, read schematics and repaired equipment to component level on over 2,500 pieces of equipment.
  • Performed component level repair of PCB's such as blown fuses, re-soldering of joints etc.
  • Test and troubleshoot electronics assemblies at the system, circuit, and component level.
  • Board and component level troubleshooting on various types of medical equipment in the hospital.
  • Performed both circuit and component level repairs in accordance with manufactures' guidelines.
  • Diagnosed solid-state boards to component level, soldering and replacing parts as needed.
  • Worked at numerous sites servicing physical therapy equipment to the component level.
  • Performed board and component level troubleshooting and repair in C-arm fluoroscopic machine.
  • Advised other technicians in theory, and troubleshooting to the component level.
  • Worked in a warehouse environment to repair at a component level.
  • Test, troubleshoot and perform component level repairs on infusion pumps.
  • Demonstrate and analyze problems and troubleshoot down to component level.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot hardware malfunctions down to component level.
  • Demonstrated and explained correct operation and usage of medical equipment Utilized schematics to complete board/component level repairs.
  • Worked as a contractor for Methodist Hospital troubleshooting and repairing medical equipment to a component level.
  • Demonstrated ability to troubleshootdevice electronic failures to the component level.
  • Performed all repairs on electro surgical equipment by troubleshooting down to the component level.

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32. Technical Support
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Here's how Technical Support is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Provided technical support to the hospital staff by performing repairs, preventative maintenance & modification to medical equipment.
  • Provide technical support to the nursing staff/end user regarding operations of electrical/electronic devices.
  • Provide telephone technical support to customers.
  • Provide technical support to hospital personnel.
  • Direct interaction with the original equipment manufacturers for technical support, parts ordering, and OEM repair.
  • Provided technical support for medical equipment, repairs, preventative maintenance, and installations.
  • Acquired experience talking to technical support to help me troubleshoot most malfunctions.
  • Performed technical support including medical equipment maintenance, service, and repair.
  • Assist and provide technical support to clinical engineers for assigned projects.
  • Researched and maintained parts and supplies, technical support.
  • Provide technical Support to sales and marketing team.
  • Give technical support to customers with Analyzer.
  • Provided technical support for the Dept.
  • Provide technical support for end users.
  • Coordinate with vendors/manufacturers/third party company on unit technical support/parts/deliveries and supplies/loaner or rental equipments.
  • Provided technical support for a wide variety of complex biomedical equipment.
  • Provided technical support on new and replaced biomedical equipment.
  • Provided full range technical support to resolve issues for both all of the products distributed.
  • Provide technical support and assistance to Biomedical and plant service technicians.
  • Provide technical support to dialysis staff and 24 hour oncall coverage.

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Here's how Osha is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Perform yearly electrical safety/OSHA and performance checks, on electronic and mechanical equipment.
  • Trained on OSHA, EHS and Quality Assurance -Ability to read and change out freezer graphs.
  • Trained students in shop protocol and procedures according to ISO 9002 and OSHA standards.
  • Comply with all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) policies and procedures
  • Packaged and shipped Documented all necessary required repairs to follow OSHA regulations(Page 3)
  • Certified Biomedical Technician Levels I and II, with completed OSHA 40 hour training.

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34. Clinical Equipment
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Here's how Clinical Equipment is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Developed and assigned written inspection and preventive maintenance procedures to each piece of clinical equipment listed in the inventory.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and electrical safety inspection on clinical equipment and hospital safety systems.
  • Perform calibrations and operational checks on clinical equipment using standardized test equipment.
  • Coordinated outside vendor service repairs of clinical equipment and building maintenance.
  • Maintained clinical equipment by completed recommended preventative maintenance schedules.
  • Performed yearly electrical safety on all clinical equipment.
  • Repair and calibrate clinical/non-clinical equipment.
  • Performed service on clinical equipment such as centrifuges, suction pumps, hand held testing meters, and patient scales.
  • Prioritized, standardized and acquired approximately $20M in new clinical equipment each year.
  • Responded directly to work requests from customers, and installed clinical equipment and systems.
  • Perform safety checks, repairs, calibrations and preventative maintenance on clinical equipment.
  • Maintained over 3000 pieces of clinical equipment through scheduled preventive maintenance and repairs.
  • Inspected, installed, and provided preventive maintenance of general clinical equipment.
  • Performed routine safety checks, performance verifications, and repairs, of clinical equipment.

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35. Parts Inventory
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Here's how Parts Inventory is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Provide technical services for hospital medical equipment, including preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance, and parts inventory.
  • Maintained medical equipment database that included parts inventory and tracking system.
  • Maintain Asset management system: PM schedules, Field Service reports and supporting documentation, parts inventory.
  • Used Micro managing system to document daily work activities and maintained parts inventory.
  • Order and maintain an appropriate parts inventory for all equipment serviced.
  • Manage parts inventory section, maintain loaner equipment.
  • Order replacement parts and maintain parts inventory.
  • Installed parts inventory and test equipment.
  • Maintain supply and parts inventory.
  • Maintained, inspected and repaired biomedical equipment including parts inventory and tracking system.
  • Managed the spare parts inventory to assure that stock levels are maintained in a cost-effective manner.
  • Manage equipment status and PM's, Annual semi annual ect Parts inventory.
  • Maintained adequate files and parts inventory for assignments.

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Here's how FDA is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Document all preventative and unplanned maintenance accurately and report FDA problems and recall progress.
  • Adhered to the strict quality control standards of blood plasma, in the organizational setup; using FDA protocol.
  • Tested, troubleshoot, and repaired class 2 FDA regulated products with an ISO 9002 certified company.
  • Maintain accurate records of procedures, and comply with all required Quality Control Systems and FDA regulations.
  • Work directly under the FDA to maintain an as close to perfect as possible quality of repair.
  • Monitor and maintain the company database of devices for potential MDR in accordance with FDA regulations.
  • Participate on various projects for the Engineering Department to determine adherence with protocols and FDA regulations.
  • Preformed new donor screenings and registrations according to the Standard Operating Procedures and FDA regulations.
  • Managed MTF/ Divisional FDA Recall/ Alert response program pertaining to Medical Device Alerts.
  • Keep up to date on all FDA equipment recalls.
  • Implement various processes to meet FDA standards and requirements.
  • Follow FDA's Good Documentation Practices for record keeping.
  • Gained knowledge of FDA/ECRI regulatory guidelines.
  • Worked within a highly regulated FDA Environment utilizing 21 CFR Part 820 QS/cGMP and 21 CFR 803 Medical Device Reporting.
  • Perform Field Corrective Action (FCA) in the Caribbean and Puerto Rico according to the FDA regulations.
  • Worked within FDA, OSHA, AABB, and Hazardous Materials guidelines including lockout tagout.
  • Worked with FDA, AABB, and internal auditors to complete compliancy audits.
  • Trained other Technicians, reported documentation to the FDA and TJC.
  • Modified and regulated the FDA compliance of E-stim equipment.

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37. Aami
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Here's how Aami is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Perform random water samples collection for AAMI analysis according to company, territory and federal regulations.
  • Conducted safety inspections, as well as preventive maintenance and calibrations of patient infusion pumps, while adhering to AAMI Standards.
  • Collect water samples for AAMI analysis according to company, state, and federal regulations and document as appropriate.
  • Perform maintenance and disinfection of Reverse Osmosis water systems, both large and portable to meet AAMI standards.
  • Collect monthly cultures and water analysis to ensure equipment is compliant with company and AAMI standards.
  • Perform microbiological testing monthly to ensure AAMI compliance and water safety for treatment of patients.
  • Passed the joint commission inspection on clinical systems with high marks following AAMI standards.
  • Collect water samples for AAMI (Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation).
  • Take water cultures and LAL's ensure quality meets AAMI standards.
  • Disinfected all machines and R/O according to AAMI Standards.
  • Draw and process monthly and quarterly (AAMI) water and dialysate samples from RO and dialysis machines.
  • Collected water and dialysate samples for microbiology and endotoxin AAMI testing.
  • Maintain building and minor plumbing Performed AAMi monitoring.
  • Draw cultures in accordance to AAMI and Fresenius standardsensuring safe and effective treaments to patients.

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38. Hand Tools
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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Work with shop equipment, bench grinder, soldering iron, hand tools, test equipment, OHM meter and schematics.
  • Perform a variety of repairs and scheduled maintenance inspections on various medical devices, using common hand tools and test equipment.
  • Align, fit, and assemble component parts, using hand tools, power tools, fixtures, templates.
  • Install electrical and electronic parts and hardware in housings or assemblies, using soldering equipment and hand tools.
  • Assembled machines according to specifications, using hand tools, power tools, and measuring devices.
  • Utilize hand tools and power tools to assemble and disassemble equipment for calibration or repair.
  • Repaired, calibrated and maintained equipment using hand tools, power tools and measuring devices.
  • Repaired equipment, utilizing knowledge of electronics and using standard test instruments and hand tools.
  • Performed hardware updates on medical equipment using standard hand tools.
  • Recalibrated medical equipment using hand tools and measuring devices.
  • Maintained, tested, repaired and calibrated complex biomedical equipment using hand tools, testingand measuring equipment.

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39. Bmet
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Here's how Bmet is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Conducted BMET field service on various medical devices for hospitals and outpatient care facilities throughout Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois.
  • Trained BMET I technicians on how to calibrate, repair, and upgrade various medical equipment to manufacture specifications.
  • Started BMET department at Henry Ford Cottage Hospital.
  • Lead BMET in: Surgery, Endoscopy, P.A.C.U., Lasers.
  • Participated in on-the-job training sessions conducted by senior-level BMET technicians.
  • Train BMETs I, II.

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40. Hospital Staff
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Here's how Hospital Staff is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Assisted hospital staff by performing electrical safety checks of equipment and providing alternative solutions when their equipment malfunctioned.
  • Provide technical assistance and instruction to hospital staff on equipment operations and maintenance.
  • Networked and interfaced with hospital staff to provide recommendations for technological improvements.
  • Interacted with hospital staff to provide technical assistance and education.
  • Educated and instructed hospital staff and nurses on correct efficient use of stretchers and hospital beds while on hospital call site.
  • Interacted with the hospital staff, both clinical and administrative, in the day to day operation of the facility.
  • Conduct in-service training for operators and act as a technical expert and resource to hospital staff.
  • Promote positive relations with patients and family, hospital staff and coworkers.
  • Interacted with nurses, doctors, and other hospital staff.
  • Communicated with hospital staff regarding the status of equipment repairs.
  • Conducted device training and education for hospital staff.
  • Maintain log with hospital staff.
  • Trained and educated patients, family members, first responders, and hospital staff on the proper operation of medical equipment.
  • Provide outstanding customer service to patients and hospital staff to ensure good customer relationship with Aramark and UC MedicalCenter.
  • Maintained quality records and documentation for compliance with ISO 9001 Communicated with Vendors, Hospital Staff and Customers.
  • Assisted in training of all hospital staff in the safe use of biomedical equipment.
  • Performed various clinical, biomedical and imaging technical services as well as teaching hospital staff on useage of equipments.

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Here's how Jcaho is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Interfaced with JCAHO representatives during inspections, assist department managers in determining life expectancy of equipment and purchasing replacement equipment
  • Conducted site audits at comprehensive accounts documenting compliance with JCAHO/INSPECTOR GENERAL policies and regulatory requirements.
  • Maintained proper documentation in compliance with JCAHO and other regulatory agencies.
  • Maintained records of sterilization monitoring in compliance with JCAHO requirements.
  • Implemented JCAHO and IDPH (Illinois Department of Health) standards and regulations successfully to ensure compliance and accreditation for hospital.
  • Developed, maintained, and responsible for all aspects of documentation as to comply with JCAHO and other regulatory agencies.
  • Revise and oversee Equipment Management Program in accordance with Hospital Policy, JCAHO Requirements, and NFPA regulations.
  • Complied with regulatory agencies such as JCAHO, Veterans Administration, and state/county nursing home requirements and standards.
  • Maintain proper working conditions for Continuous Passive Motion devices in accordance with JCAHO and Title 22.
  • Maintain documentation pertaining to equipment service events for CLEA, CMS, and JCAHO standards compliance.
  • Maintain all records and logs to State and JCAHO guidelines, manufacturer and company specifications.
  • Understand all safety regulation OSHA, NFPA, JCAHO, EPA, and Radiation Standards.
  • Monitor JCAHO and NFPA Regulations & Codes along with ERCI equipment alerts.
  • Passed JCAHO Inspection with high marks following AAMI standards.
  • Maintained records and kept in accordance with JCAHO standards.
  • Attend JCAHO surveys & provide information when asked.
  • Passed 2 JCAHO inspections without any discrepancies.
  • Implemented a JCAHO compliant preventive maintenance program that resulted in increased efficiencies for the operation and management of equipment assets.
  • Planned and prepared the biomedical department to meet JCAHO guidelines.
  • Engaged as biomedical hospital representative in last 4 JCAHO/DNV audits.

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42. ICU
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Here's how ICU is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Maintain all equipment with particular emphasis on safety concerns necessary to avoid injury to patients or hospital staff.
  • Service and maintain dialysis machines-Assist nurses and physicians during technical difficulties to prevent prolonging treatment time.
  • Ensured test-result validity before reporting results, earning a reputation for meticulous attention to detail.
  • Worked closely with customers to ensure technical difficulties were resolved.
  • Familiarized with federal or state regulations that relate to a particular subject, study or experiment in the flu dept.
  • Managed and maintained a relationship with NICU department spawned two special projects and two letters of recognition.
  • Maintain life critical networks that tied ICU MICU to surgical department heads.
  • Attended service schools for Balloon Pumps, Ultrasound and ICU monitoring.
  • Developed course curriculum for a Water Training program for the company.
  • Established reports to track preventative maintenance schedule for ICU equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on medical equipment in ICU & NICU.
  • Assisted other technicians with difficult problems.
  • Headed ICU offsite remote monitoring and cellular antenna installation for Memorial Hospital of Burlington.
  • Support the GE patient monitoring system in the ER, ICU, and CCU Depts Attended company certification training programs.
  • Attended service schools for Heart/Lung Bypass machines, Cell Saver(Blood Recovery), KTP/Yag Lasers and ICU monitoring.
  • Analysed, repaired and calibration most of medical equipment in CCU, ICU, EMR, OR and clinics.
  • Provide technical support for equipment in Surgery, Ophthalmology, ICUs and Sterile Processing.
  • Calibrate all invasive monitoring equipment, including troubleshooting of all monitoring equipment in the OR and ICUs.
  • Provided technical support for equipment in Dialysis, Opthpomology, ICUs and transplant units.
  • Worked with three-D articular cartilage, and bone samples Specialized skills using a 3-D printer Twenty hour work study student

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Assisted various medical department managers with medical device evaluation and training medical staff.
  • Provide education to medical staff in critical care and surgical environments.
  • Interacted with Medical staff and management to insure proper testing environments.
  • Advised medical staff on all equipment acquisitions and budgeting requirements.
  • Demonstrate equipment operation and explain preventive maintenance to medical staff.
  • Assist medical staff, engineering staff and contractors during hospital move into new tower and refurbishment of older tower areas.
  • Provide in service training to nurses and medical staff on electrical safety use of existing medical equipment.
  • Installed and trained medical staff on how to safely operate new equipment on site.
  • Staff Training: Assist nurses and other medical staff to operate newly installed equipment.
  • Instructed other medical staff on the use of day to day medical equipment.
  • Provide in-service training for medical staff on the operation of medical equipment.
  • Trained nurses and other medical staff on proper equipment operation and maintenance.
  • Instruct all medical staff on proper equipment usage and safety.
  • Communicated with the medical staff to ensure solutions.
  • Participated in training of medical staff.
  • Provide clinical support for medical staff.
  • Provided training to medical staff.
  • Coordinated Preventive Maintenance for Biomedical staff.
  • Worked 200 hours with Biomedical Staff during the assigned Internship.
  • Provided support for the clinical and biomedical staff in the form of technical care functions.

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44. Electronic Equipment
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Here's how Electronic Equipment is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Performed preventive maintenance on all electronic equipment by regular inspection of records and electrical safety of devices and systems.
  • Performed maintenance on electronic safety testing equipment and inspected electronic equipment.
  • Performed PMs and repair on various hospital electronic equipment
  • Completed daily inspections of all electronic equipment.
  • Install instrumentation or electronic equipment or systems.
  • Implemented new electronic equipment management program.
  • Maintain all of the hospital's electronic equipment, including X-Ray machines.

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Here's how Alaris is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Performed full calibrations on Alaris IV pumps.
  • Repaired these Alaris Modules: PCU's, PCA's, Syringe Module's, and Pump Module's.
  • Managed Carefusion Alaris Recall Project of 350 Alaris devices out of 4200 units.
  • Worked as field service tech for manufacturers such as, Stryker, Alaris, SkyTron, Ethicon and Bausch and Lomb.

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Prepared and shared quality review and utilization reports with clinical staff and made recommendations for service improvements.
  • Provided ongoing education to clinical staff on the operations and troubleshooting of complex medical equipment.
  • Trained clinical staff and audited clinical documents.
  • Assist with the opening of new clinic and remolding of existing clinics along with the training of the clinical staff.
  • Conduct monthly quality assurance reviews on clinical equipment logs to identify erroneous or missing entries by clinical staff.
  • Instruct clinical staff on the operation, safe use, care & handling for laboratory analyzers.
  • Consult with co-workers or clinical staff outside normal duty hours to resolve medical equipment problems.
  • Provide 24/7/365 support to clinical staff as needed via on-call hours including weekends and holidays.
  • Worked closely with clinical staff and patients to ensure timely repair of equipment.
  • Communicate with clinical staff (physicians, nurses, technicians, etc.)
  • Established and maintained high level of customer service with clinical staff.
  • Provide technical advice and assistance to clinical staff on equipment issues.
  • Train clinical staff on proper use of equipment and test instruments.
  • Assist in training of clinical staff and new hires.
  • Managed daily orders for parts and supplies needed for clinical staff and other biomed technicians.
  • Nominated for Biomed of the year by clinical staff and management.

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Here's how Radiology is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Have outlined and submitted required materials to establish in house Radiology maintenance and calibration.
  • Provided on-call assistance to Radiology and entire hospital facility as relating to life-support equipment.
  • Full support on Philips patient monitoring systems and Radiology and, laboratory equipment
  • Maintained all equipment including lab and radiology equipment.
  • Implemented radiology, ultrasound, cardiology networks.
  • Helped troubleshoot Radiology equipment when needed.
  • Repair, PM and documentation of all patient care equipment including high-tech radiology equipment.
  • Manage vendor service contracts for Radiology Dept.
  • Apprentice for radiology inspections and repairs.

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48. Donor Suitability
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Here's how Donor Suitability is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Time management utilized while scheduling clients for donor suitability screening Maintained patient confidentiality
  • Followed policies and procedures when establishing donor suitability.
  • Identify and screen donors by reviewing medical records, logs, and evaluating the customer as to donor suitability.
  • Conduct donor suitability screening for the collection and storage of plasma.
  • Checked donor suitability with refractometer and centrifuge by blood sample.
  • Performed donor suitability screening and phlebotomy for the collection and storage of blood plasma using automated plasmapheresis.
  • Performed donor suitability screening Collected and stored plasma using automated plasmapheresis machines.

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Here's how Proper USE is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Provided in-service training and education regarding proper use and maintenance of equipment to hospital personnel and physician.
  • Serve as technical consultant to physicians and medical staff by providing training regarding proper use of all medical and electronic equipment.
  • Teach equipment in service to nursing staff to RN's, LPN's and clinic managers for proper use and code compliance
  • Maximize patient safety by supporting proper use, application, and operational performance of patient care equipment.
  • Train clinicians and other personnel on the proper use of equipment and supervise of maintenance staff.
  • Instruct and train physicians and nurses on safety procedures and proper use of medical instrumentation.
  • Give technical advice of disposal of equipment and proper use of functional spare parts.
  • Train on the proper use of Test Measurement & Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE).
  • Conducted 20+ detailed in-service sessions on safe and proper use of medical equipment.
  • Instructed on proper use, technique and operation of first echelon maintenance.
  • Educate RNs, and Nurse technician on various pumps operation and proper use of equipment.
  • Provided customer education in regards to proper use of equipment.

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Here's how ECG is used in Biomedical Engineering Technician jobs:
  • Train hospital\clinic staff in the proper procedure for prepping patient for electrocardiogram (ECG).Performed On-call duties every three weeks.
  • Assisted patients in the field with oxygen therapy, enteral, ecg, and other respiratory functions.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Biomedical Engineering Technician

Medical Equipment

18.3%

Preventative Maintenance

11.6%

Dialysis Treatment

10.3%

Lab Equipment

6.6%

Biomedical

6.1%

Facility Staff

4.6%

Electrical Safety Inspections

3.7%

Trouble Shooting

3.5%

Customer Service

3.5%

Defibrillators

3.5%

Reverse Osmosis

3.4%

Infusion Pumps

3.2%

Test Procedures

3.2%

Medical Devices

3.0%

Water Treatment Equipment

3.0%

Patient Care

3.0%

Water Systems

2.7%

Telemetry

2.6%

New Equipment

2.2%

Anesthesia

2.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Biomedical Engineering Technician

Rank Skill
1 Medical Equipment 13.2%
2 Preventative Maintenance 8.3%
3 Dialysis Treatment 7.4%
4 Lab Equipment 4.7%
5 Biomedical 4.4%
6 Facility Staff 3.3%
7 Electrical Safety Inspections 2.7%
8 Trouble Shooting 2.5%
9 Customer Service 2.5%
10 Defibrillators 2.5%
11 Reverse Osmosis 2.4%
12 Infusion Pumps 2.3%
13 Test Procedures 2.3%
14 Medical Devices 2.2%
15 Water Treatment Equipment 2.1%
16 Patient Care 2.1%
17 Water Systems 1.9%
18 Telemetry 1.9%
19 New Equipment 1.6%
20 Anesthesia 1.6%
21 Philips 1.5%
22 Ventilator Management 1.5%
23 Patient Monitors 1.5%
24 Vital Signs 1.4%
25 Hospital Equipment 1.3%
26 Fresenius 1.3%
27 Surgery 1.2%
28 IV 1.1%
29 EKG 1.1%
30 Blood Pressure 1.1%
31 Component Level 1.0%
32 Technical Support 1.0%
33 Osha 0.9%
34 Clinical Equipment 0.9%
35 Parts Inventory 0.8%
36 FDA 0.8%
37 Aami 0.8%
38 Hand Tools 0.8%
39 Bmet 0.8%
40 Hospital Staff 0.8%
41 Jcaho 0.7%
42 ICU 0.7%
43 Medical Staff 0.7%
44 Electronic Equipment 0.7%
45 Alaris 0.7%
46 Clinical Staff 0.7%
47 Radiology 0.7%
48 Donor Suitability 0.6%
49 Proper USE 0.6%
50 ECG 0.6%
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