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17ABBMZT - Management of Health Care Technology

Additional tasks for all student within this course during the SS AY1617:

1. Presentation (PPT, PPTX or PDF file) of the topic "organizational chart of the typical hospital in my country" (including www links)

2. Presentation (PPT, PPTX or PDF file) of the topic "legislation of the medical device in my country" (including www links)

3. Presentation (PPT, PPTX or PDF file) of the typical technical standard (norm) for medical devices in my country (including www links)

Code Completion Credits Range Language
17ABBMZT Z,ZK 2 1+1
Lecturer:
Jiří Hozman
Tutor:
Petr Kudrna
Supervisor:
Department of Biomedical Technology
Synopsis:

Models for different health care facilities. Medical devices: their selection and purchase, safety and reliable operation, decommissioning and ecological liquidation. External maintenance based on agreements. Methodology of the internal maintenance. Safety risk assessment. Valid legislation and technical norms. Relationships technician-medical doctor, technician-nurse and technician-patient. Rights, duties and responsibilities of the technicians in medical health care.

Requirements:

Due to the block exercises teaching there is necessary and mandatory attendance for all exercises. The course ends with assessment and exam. As regards assessment tests, i.e. two written test (10 questions with three possible answers, only one is always correct - multiple choices) evaluated with respect to the grading scale ECTS. Max. number of points is 10, i.e. for one right answer 1 point and for wrong answer 0 point. The minimum number of points is 5 pts for one test. As regards exam test, i.e. 20 questions with three possible answers, only one is always correct - multiple choices) evaluated with respect to the grading scale ECTS. Max. number of points is 100, i.e. for one right answer 5 points and for wrong answer 0 point. The minimum number of points is 50 pts for this exam test.

Syllabus of lectures:

1.Models for different health care facilities.

2.Medical devices: their selection and purchase, safety and reliable operation, decommissioning and ecological liquidation.

3.External maintenance based on agreements. Methodology of the internal maintenance.

4.Safety risk assessment.

5.Valid legislation and technical norms. Metrology.

6.Relationships technician-medical doctor, technician-nurse and technician-patient.

7.Rights, duties and responsibilities of the technicians in medical health care.

Syllabus of tutorials:

1.Models for different health care facilities.

2.Medical devices: their selection and purchase, safety and reliable operation, decommissioning and ecological liquidation (practical skills in Prague hospital).

3.External maintenance based on agreements. Methodology of the internal maintenance.

4.Safety risk assessment (practical skills in Prague hospital).

5.Valid legislation and technical norms. Metrology.

6.Relationships technician-medical doctor, technician-nurse and technician-patient (practical skills in Prague hospital).

7.Rights, duties and responsibilities of the technicians in medical health care.

Study Objective:

The main goal is to approach the real working environment of the clinical technician including all aspects of this profession (everyday problem solutions are included ). The most important procedures which are performed by clinical technicians are included.

Study materials:

All books and electronic information sources are available within the library!

[1] Keith Willson, Keith Ison, Slavik Tabakov: Medical Equipment Management. CRC Press, 2013. 344 p. ISBN 9781420099584 (higly recommended - pp. 7-27, p. 53, pp. 63-73, pp. 193-215, supplement Electrical Safety - all pages)

[2] Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation - John G. Webster, http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/mrwhome/112102158/HOME (authorized access http://knihovny.cvut.cz)

[3] Wiley Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering [online]. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., c1999-2007. Poslední změna 2007 [cit. 2007-05-11]. URL: http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/mrwhome/112403272/HOME (authorized access http://knihovny.cvut.cz)

[4] Webster, J. G. Medical Instrumentation. Application and Design. 3. ed. Boston: Wiley. 1997

[5] Bronzino, J. D. The Biomedical Engineering Handbook (Volume I. and II.). 2nd ed. Boca Raton: CRC Press. 1999

[6] Introduction to biomedical engineering / John D. Enderle, Susan M. Blanchard, Joseph D. Bronzino [editors]. - San Diego : Academic Press, c2000. - xvii, 1062 s. : il. - ISBN 0-12-238660-4.

[7] Introduction to biomedical equipment technology / Joseph J. Carr, John M. Brown.. - Upper Saddle River : Prentice Hall, c2001.. - xv, 743 s., [34] s. příl. : il. - ISBN 0-13-010492-2.

[8] A guide to patient care technology : a review of medical equipment / Laurence J. Street. - London : Parthenon, c2002. - ix, 142 s.

[9] The biomedical engineering handbook. volume I / editor-in-chief Joseph D. Bronzino. - Boca Raton : CRC Press, c2000. - 1 sv. : il. - ISBN 0-8493-0461-X.

[10] The biomedical engineering handbook. volume II / editor-in-chief Joseph D. Bronzino. - Boca Raton : CRC Press, c2000. - 1 sv. : il. - ISBN 0-8493-0462-8.

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