A medical equipment replacement model.

@article{Fennigkoh1992AME,
  title={A medical equipment replacement model.},
  author={Larry Fennigkoh},
  journal={Journal of clinical engineering},
  year={1992},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={43-7}
}
A simple mathematical model has been developed to identify and prioritize medical equipment in need of replacement. The model contains a total of ten attributes addressing four primary replacement issues: equipment service and support; equipment function; cost benefits; and clinical efficacy. Sensitivity to incomplete or subjective data is significantly reduced through the use of a "yes-no" (0,1) scoring scheme. Decision-making validity does not appear to be compromised with such a technique… CONTINUE READING

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