The skill of surgical instrument restoration is not something that can be taught overnight. Muchlike the creaters of medical instruments in Germany, For delicate and precise work such as surgical instruments repair, it is common for a technician to aquire years and years of practise. In today’s healthcare market, surgical instrument repair and other surgical equipment is a must in todays multi-million dollar company trying to protect their high-dollar interest surgical instruments in lieu of purchasing new surgical equipment. The scores of issues surrounding the selection of a repair vendor make this a most difficult decision and not making the right choice could end up costing your facility time, money and needless aggravation if you were to make the wrong decesion it may cost your company money, time and needless aggravation. The following questions will help you put your medical instrument repair vendor to the test.
1)What is the vendor’s availability Is the vendor open to different medical equipment or just one main focus? 2)Do they have a history of buffing off catalogue digits? 3)Does the medical instrument repair service only offer German-made instrument or Pakistani as well? 4)Does the medical instrument repair vendor have a history of changing the finish of the surgical instrument? 5)Does the medical instrument repair company switch needle-holder jaws on-location? 6)Do they only send one technician to fix your surgical instrument? 7)Does your repair company offer instrument tracking and quality assurance programs? 8)Does your medical instrument repair vendor have a reputation of returning non-repairable surgical instruments? 9)Does your medical instrument repair company offer any sort of educational service? 10)Does your surgical instrument repair vendor specialize in any other repair service like for forceps? 11)Does your repair company inspect and service your instrument board? 12)Have you seen the vendors own repair laboratory? 13)Does the surgical instrument repair service offer any other sort of product repair, or is it just surgical instruments?
A “Choosing the Right Surgical Instrument Repair Company” article is by Rick O.