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SNZ AS/NZS 3551 - MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS FOR MEDICAL EQUIPMENT - INCORPORATING AMENDMENT NO. 1: OCTOBER 2013; INCORPORATING AMENDMENT NO. 2: SEPTEMBER 2016 Organization: SNZ
Date: 2012-10-31
Description: It is therefore important to make reference to manufacturer’s specifications for the operation, performance testing and calibration of any new medical equipment, and to balance this with a knowledge of professional biomedical engineering practice for similar equipment.
DSF/EN 60601-1-9/FPRA1 - MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT -- PART 1-9: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BASIC SAFETY AND ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE - COLLATERAL STANDARD: REQUIREMENTS FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS DESIGN Organization: DS
Description: The assessment of the environmental aspects and impacts of medical electrical equipment is a developing science and it is anticipated that this collateral standard will require periodic updating as the science develops.The requirements given in this collateral standard do not replace national or international laws and regulations.Environmental protection is one element of the overall risk management process as required by the general standard.The acceptability of medical electrical equipment's environmental impacts are balanced against other factors, such as the product's intended function, performance, safety, cost, marketability, quality, legal and regulatory requirements. This balance can differ depending on the intended function of the medical electrical equipment. For example, a solution appropriate for life-saving or life-supporting medical electrical equipment might not be appropriate for a device intended to correct a minor ailment.
ASHRAE - LV-11-C062 - DEMAND CONTROL VENTILATION: LESSONS FROM THE FIELD- HOW TO AVOID COMMON PROBLEMS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Six HVAC systems were investigated: two commercial offices, two medical offices, and two school environments. The design drawings, air balance reports, and current equipment set up were investigated.
SAE/TP - 2008-01-1994 - TRADE STUDY OF AN EXPLORATION COOLING GARMENT Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2008-06-29
Description: The subsystems and design considerations that were studied include the amount and placement of cooling, the ventilation system, the carrier structure in terms of the number and configuration of garment components, garment materials, the cooling line configuration, ancillary equipment, water connectors, and a bio-medical harness. The guiding principle of the ExCG system is the physiological design of cooling.
CRC - PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR HE - PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR HEALTHCARE Organization: CRC
Date: 2011-04-25
Description: I immediately ordered the book because I had a strong feeling that, while the book was in fact a close look at medical errors, it was also a book that defined future projects for the medical community. I was correct.
CRC - EXERCISE, NUTRITION AND T - EXERCISE, NUTRITION AND THE OLDER WOMAN: WELLNESS FOR WOMEN OVER FIFTY Organization: CRC
Date: 2000-04-21
Description: Individual quality of life will also benefit from achievement of optimal body weight and nutritional balance, as well as markedly improved fitness levels and physical capacities.
CRC - PRINCIPLES AND PRA OF SUR - PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF SURGERY FOR THE COLON, RECTUM, AND ANUS - THIRD EDITION Organization: CRC
Date: 2007-02-23
Description: We hope we have accomplished our goal of summarizing the enormous body of knowledge published in the literature and share our personal experience and preferences with our readers. We strove for a book that strikes a balance of being authoritative and detailed without being so inclusive that somewhat irrelevant material and minutia are included.
CRC - A GUIDE TO OBESITY AND TH - A GUIDE TO OBESITY AND THE METABOLIC SYNDROME: ORIGINS AND TREATMENT Organization: CRC
Date: 2011-03-28
Description: By the time Rony (1940) wrote this book, the basic concepts of energy balance and metabolism had been well established. Scientific studies at the time of the French Revolution (Lavoisier 1789; Boyle 1764) had clearly shown that metabolism was similar to burning a candle.

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