Clinical engineering handbook /

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Imprint:Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier Academic Press, c2004.
Description:xix, 674 p. : ill.
Language:English
Series:Academic Press series in biomedical engineering
Subject:Biomedical engineering -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Biomedical engineering.
Handbooks and manuals.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/5456674
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Other authors / contributors:Dyro, Joseph F.
ISBN:012226570X (alk. paper)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
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505 0 0 |g Sect. I.  |t Clinical engineering --  |t Introduction /  |r Raymond P. Zambuto --  |g 1.  |t Clinical engineering : evolution of a discipline /  |r Joseph D. Bronzino --  |g 2.  |t History of engineering and technology in health care /  |r Malcolm G. Ridgway, George I. Johnston and Joseph P. McClain --  |g 3.  |t The health care environment /  |r Lee O. Welter --  |g 4.  |t Enhancing patient safety : the role of clinical engineering /  |r American College of Clinical Engineering --  |g 5.  |t A model clinical engineering department /  |r Caroline A. Campbell --  |g 6.  |t Clinical engineering in an academic medical center /  |r Ira Soller --  |g 7.  |t Regional clinical engineering shared services and cooperatives /  |r J. Tobey Clark --  |g 8.  |t Nationwide clinical engineering system /  |r Diego Bravar and Teresa dell'Aquila --  |g 9.  |t Clinical engineering and biomedical maintenance in the United States military /  |r Joseph P. McClain --  |g 10.  |t Careers, roles, and responsibilities /  |r Nicholas Cram --  |g 11.  |t Clinical engineering at the bedside /  |r Saul Miodownik --  |g 12.  |t The clinical engineer as consultant /  |r J. Sam Miller --  |g 13.  |t The clinical engineer as investigator and expert witness /  |r Jerome T. Anderson --  |g 14.  |t Careers in facilities /  |r Bruce Hyndman --  |g Sect. II.  |t Worldwide clinical engineering practice --  |t Introduction /  |r Enrico Nunziata --  |g 15.  |t World clinical engineering survey /  |r Mariana Glouhova and Nicolas Pallikarakis --  |g 16.  |t Clinical engineering in the United Kingdom /  |r Stuart J. Meldrum --  |g 17.  |t Clinical engineering in Canada /  |r William M. Gentles --  |g 18.  |t Clinical engineering in Estonia /  |r Siim Aid and Ole Golubjatnikov --  |g 19.  |t Clinical engineering in Germany /  |r Vera Dammann --  |g 20.  |t Clinical engineering in Brazil /  |r Lucio Flavio de Magalhaes Brito --  |g 21.  |t Clinical engineering in Colombia /  |r Jorge Enrique Villamil Gutierrez --  |g 22.  |t Clinical engineering in Ecuador /  |r Juan Gomez --  |g 23.  |t Clinical engineering in Mexico /  |r Adriana Velasquez --  |g 24.  |t Clinical engineering in Paraguay /  |r Pedro Galvan --  |g 25.  |t Clinical engineering in Peru /  |r Luis Vilcahuaman and Javier Brandan --  |g 26.  |t Clinical engineering in Venezuela /  |r Ricardo Silva and Luis Lara-Estrella --  |g 27.  |t Clinical engineering in Japan /  |r Hiroshi Kanai --  |g 28.  |t Clinical engineering in Mozambique /  |r Enrico Nunziata and Momade Sumalgy --  |g 29.  |t Clinical engineering in the Middle East /  |r Hashem O. Al-Fadel --  |g Sect. III.  |t Health technology management --  |t Introduction /  |r Thomas M. Judd --  |g 30.  |t Introduction to medical technology management practices /  |r Yadin David, Thomas M. Judd and Raymond P. Zambuto --  |g 31.  |t Good management practice for medical equipment /  |r Michael Cheng and Joseph F. Dyro --  |g 32.  |t Health care strategic planning utilizing technology assessment /  |r Nicholas Cram --  |g 33.  |t Technology evaluation /  |r Gary H. Harding and Alice L. Epstein --  |g 34.  |t Technology procurement /  |r Gary H. Harding and Alice L. Epstein --  |g 35.  |t Equipment control and asset management /  |r Matthew F. Baretich --  |g 36.  |t Computerized maintenance management systems /  |r Ted Cohen and Nicholas Cram --  |g 37.  |t Maintenance and repair of medical devices /  |r James McCauley --  |g 38.  |t A strategy to maintain essential medical equipment in developing countries /  |r Michael Cheng --  |g 39.  |t Outsourcing clinical engineering service /  |r Peter Smithson and David Dickey --  |g 40.  |t New strategic directions in acquiring and outsourcing high-tech services by hospitals and implications for clinical engineering organizations and ISOs /  |r Donald F. Blumberg --  |g 41.  |t Vendor and service management /  |r Joseph F. Dyro --  |g 42.  |t Health care technology replacement planning /  |r J. Tobey Clark --  |g 43.  |t Donation of medical device technologies /  |r Joseph F. Dyro --  |g 44.  |t National health technology policy /  |r Thomas M. Judd --  |g 45.  |t The essential health care technology package /  |r Peter Heimann, Andrei Issakov and S. Yunkap Kwankam --  |g 46.  |t Impact analysis /  |r Thomas M. Judd --  |g Sect. IV.  |t Management --  |t Introduction /  |r Alfred M. Dolan --  |g 47.  |t Industrial/management engineering in healthcare /  |r George Seaman --  |g 48.  |t Financial management of clinical engineering services /  |r Binseng Wang --  |g 49.  |t Cost-effectiveness and productivity /  |r Larry Fennigkoh --  |g 50.  |t Clinical engineering program indicators /  |r Dennis Autio --  |g 51.  |t Personnel management /  |r James O. Wear --  |g 52.  |t Skills identification /  |r Nicholas Cram --  |g 53.  |t Management styles and human resource development /  |r Alice L. Epstein and Gary H. Harding --  |g 54.  |t Quality /  |r Thomas M. Judd --  |g Sect. V.  |t Safety --  |t Introduction /  |r Marvin Shepherd --  |g 55.  |t Patient safety and the clinical engineer /  |r Bryanne Patail --  |g 56.  |t Risk management /  |r Alice L. Epstein and Gary H. Harding --  |g 57.  |t Patient safety best practices model /  |r Paul Vegoda and Carl Abramson --  |g 58.  |t Hospital safety programs /  |r Matthew F. Baretich --  |g 59.  |t Systems approach to medical device safety /  |r Marvin Shepherd --  |g 60.  |t Interactions between medical devices /  |r Saul Miodownik --  |g 61.  |t Single use injection devices /  |r Michael Cheng --  |g 62.  |t Electromagnetic interference with medical devices : in vitro laboratory studies and electromagnetic compatibility standards /  |r Kok-Swang Tan and Irwin Hinberg --  |g 63.  |t Electromagnetic interference in the hospital /  |r W. David Paperman, Yadin David and James Hibbetts --  |g 64.  |t Accident investigation /  |r Joseph F. Dyro --  |g 65.  |t The great debate on electrical safety - in retrospect /  |r Malcolm G. Ridgway --  |g Sect. VI.  |t Education and training --  |t Introduction /  |r James O. Wear --  |g 66.  |t Academic programs in North America /  |r Tim Baker --  |g 67.  |t Clinical engineering education in Germany /  |r Vera Dammann --  |g 68.  |t Clinical engineering internship /  |r Izabella A. Gieras and Frank R. Painter --  |g 69.  |t Biomedical engineering technology program /  |r Bruce J. Morgan --  |g 70.  |t Advanced clinical engineering workshops /  |r Joseph F. Dyro, Thomas M. Judd and James O. Wear --  |g 71.  |t Advanced health technology management workshop /  |r Thomas M. Judd, Joseph F. Dyro and James O. Wear --  |g 72.  |t Distance education /  |r James O. Wear and Alan Levenson --  |g 73.  |t Emerging technologies : internet and interactive video conferencing /  |r Albert Lozano-Nieto --  |g 74.  |t In-service education /  |r James O. Wear --  |g 75.  |t Technical service schools /  |r Manny Roman --  |g 76.  |t Clinical engineering and nursing /  |r Thomas J. Bauld III, Joseph F. Dyro and Stephen L. Grimes --  |g 77.  |t Retraining programs /  |r James Gilchriest --  |g 78.  |t Techno-bio-psycho-socio-medical approach to health care /  |r T. G. Krishnamurthy --  |g Sect. VII.  |t Medical devices : design, manufacturing, evaluation, and control --  |t Introduction /  |r Gary H. Harding and Alice L. Epstein --  |g 79.  |t Evolution of medical device technology /  |r Nandor Richter --  |g 80.  |t Technology in health care /  |r Jonathan A. Gaev --  |g 81.  |t Medical device design and control in the hospital /  |r Joel R. Canlas, Jay W. Hall and Pam Shuck-Holmes --  |g 82.  |t Medical device research and design /  |r P. Ake Oberg --  |g 83.  |t Human factors : environment /  |r William A. Hyman and Valory Wangler --  |g 84.  |t Medical devices : failure models, accidents, and liability /  |r Leslie A. Geddes --  |g 85.  |t Medical device software development /  |r Richard C. Fries and Andre E. Bloesch --  |g 86.  |t Comparative evaluations of medical devices /  |r James P. Keller --  |g 87.  |t Evaluating investigational devices for institutional review boards /  |r Salil D. Balar --  |g Sect. VIII.  |t Medical devices : utilization and service --  |t Introduction /  |r Joseph F. Dyro --  |g 88.  |t Intensive care /  |r Saul Miodownik --  |g 89.  |t Operating room /  |r Chad J. Smith, Raj Rane and Luis Melendez --  |g 90.  |t Anesthesiology /  |r Luis Melendez and Raj Rane --  |g 91.  |t Imaging devices /  |r David Harrington --  |g 92.  |t Machine vision /  |r Eric Rosow and Melissa Burns --  |g 93.  |t Perinatology /  |r Vinnie DeFrancesco --  |g 94.  |t Cardiovascular techniques and technology /  |r Gerald Goodman --  |g 95.  |t General hospital devices : beds, stretchers, and wheelchairs /  |r Joseph F. Dyro --  |g 96.  |t Medical device troubleshooting /  |r Joseph F. Dyro and Robert L. Morris --  |g Sect. IX.  |t Information --  |t Introduction /  |r Elliot B. Sloane --  |g 97.  |t Information systems management /  |r Elliot B. Sloane -- 
505 8 0 |g 98.  |t Physiologic monitoring and clinical information systems /  |r Sunder Subramanian --  |g 99.  |t Advanced diagnostics and artificial intelligence /  |r Donald F. Blumberg --  |g 100.  |t Real-time executive dashboards and virtual instrumentation : solutions for health care systems /  |r Eric Rosow and Joseph Adam --  |g 101.  |t Telemedicine : clinical and operational issues /  |r Yadin David --  |g 102.  |t Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) /  |r Ted Cohen --  |g 103.  |t Wireless medical telemetry : addressing the interference issue and the new Wireless Medical Telemetry Service (WMTS) /  |r Donald Witters and Caroline A. Campbell --  |g 104.  |t Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and its implications for clinical engineering /  |r Stephen L. Grimes --  |g 105.  |t Y2K and clinical engineering /  |r Stephen L. Grimes --  |g 106.  |t The integration and convergence of medical and information technologies /  |r Ted Cohen and Colleen Ward --  |g Sect. X.  |t Engineering the clinical environment --  |t Introduction /  |r Matthew F. Baretich --  |g 107.  |t Physical plant /  |r Bruce Hyndman --  |g 108.  |t Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning /  |r Bruce Hyndman --  |g 109.  |t Electrical power /  |r Matthew F. Baretich --  |g 110.  |t Medical gas systems /  |r William Frank --  |g 111.  |t Support services /  |r Nicholas Cram --  |g 112.  |t Construction and renovation /  |r Matthew F. Baretich --  |g 113.  |t Radiation safety /  |r Jadwiga (Jodi) Strzelczyk --  |g 114.  |t Sanitation /  |r Lucio Flavio de Magalhaes Brito and Douglas Magagna --  |g 115.  |t Water systems in health care facilities /  |r Diogenes Hernandez --  |g 116.  |t Disaster planning /  |r Gary H. Harding and Alice L. Epstein --  |g Sect. XI.  |t Medical device standards, regulations, and the law --  |t Introduction /  |r David A. Simmons --  |g 117.  |t Primer on standards and regulations /  |r Michael Cheng --  |g 118.  |t Medical device regulatory and technology assessment agencies /  |r Mark E. Bruley and Vivian H. Coates --  |g 119.  |t Health care quality and ISO 9001:2000 /  |r David A. Simmons --  |g 120.  |t Hospital facilities safety standards /  |r Gerald Goodman --  |g 121.  |t JCAHO accreditation /  |r Britt Berek --  |g 122.  |t Medical equipment management program and ANSI/AAMI EQ56 /  |r Ethan Hertz --  |g 123.  |t Clinical engineering standards of practice for Canada /  |r Tony Easty and William M. Gentles --  |g 124.  |t Regulations and the law /  |r Michael Cheng --  |g 125.  |t European union medical device directives and vigilance system /  |r Nicolas Pallikarakis --  |g 126.  |t United States Food & Drug Administration /  |r F. Blix Winston --  |g 127.  |t Tort liability for clinical engineers and device manufacturers /  |r Edward P. Richards III and Charles Walter --  |g Sect. XII.  |t Professionalism and ethics --  |t Introduction /  |r Gerald Goodman --  |g 128.  |t Professionalism /  |r Gerald Goodman --  |g 129.  |t Clinical engineering advocacy /  |r Thomas J. O'Dea --  |g 130.  |t American College of Clinical Engineering /  |r Jennifer C. Ott and Joseph F. Dyro --  |g 131.  |t The New England Society of Clinical Engineering /  |r Nicholas T. Noyes --  |g 132.  |t New York City Metropolitan Area Clinical Engineering Directors Group /  |r Ira Soller and Michael B. Mirsky --  |g 133.  |t Clinical engineering certification in the United States /  |r Thomas Nicoud and Eben Kermit --  |g 134.  |t Clinical engineering certification in Germany /  |r Vera Dammann --  |g Sect. XIII.  |t The future --  |t Introduction /  |r Jennifer C. Ott --  |g 135.  |t The future of clinical engineering : the challenge of change /  |r Stephen L. Grimes --  |g 136.  |t Virtual instrumentation - applications to health care /  |r Eric Rosow --  |g 137.  |t Clinical engineers in non-traditional roles /  |r Eben Kermit --  |g 138.  |t Clinical support : the forgotten function /  |r Stan Scahill --  |g 139.  |t Postmarket surveillance and vigilance on medical devices /  |r Michael Cheng --  |g 140.  |t Small business development : business plan development fundamentals for the entrepreneur /  |r Peter W. Dyro --  |g 141.  |t Engineering primary health care : the sickle cell business case /  |r Yancy Y. Phillips and Thomas M. Judd --  |g 142.  |t Global hospital in 2050 - a vision /  |r Yasushi Nagasawa, Edward Sivak and Errki Vauramo. 
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