Saide Jorge Calil

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It is estimated that 20-40% of all existing healthcare equipment in Brazil is not working because of a lack of service, parts, or supplies, or because it has not been installed. Traditionally, equipment goes completely unattended until a complete failure occurs. Then, it sits idle, paralyzing those services provided by it, until its owner gathers enough(More)
  • S J Calil
  • 1994
The process of acquiring medical equipments in Brazil and other Latin American countries is a continuing learning process. Several conditions in the acquisition contract have to be established by the buyer, since the consumer protection law is nonexistent or not respected by some vendors. Furthermore, few countries have laboratories for testing the(More)
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