INDIANAPOLIS (April 12, 2012) – Axess Ultrasound, which provides comprehensive ultrasound services, training, parts and repair, is now offering onsite and regional training courses for GE LOGIQ® E9/Vivid E9 ultrasound units. LOGIQ E9/Vivid E9 ultrasound systems are equipped with entirely new hardware designs for the scanner, requiring clinical engineers and ultrasound technicians training on service and maintenance techniques.
The new training courses offered through Axess Ultrasound University are designed to instruct trainees how to perform a full range of repairs and preventive maintenance on the LOGIQ E9/Vivid E9 ultrasound units including full disassembly/re-assembly of the major subsections, preset backup, software loading, Dicom/Dataflow instruction, and UI repair. The courses are taught by Axess Ultrasound University instructors who have OEM qualifications and many years of field experience to share with clinical engineering staff.
“Getting the proper training on the new units during or near the end of the warranty period will ensure technicians have the right information and skills to service as well as conduct routine and preventive maintenance on the system,” said William Gulley, executive director of Axess Ultrasound. “Our experienced instructors will empower technicians to apply their knowledge immediately, saving thousands of dollars in costly service contracts.”
Axess Ultrasound offers a two day onsite and regional training that entails a half-day of theory and 1.5 days of hands on training. Axess provides hard copies of course training material and a certificate of training at the successful completion of each course.
For more information about LOGIQ E9/Vivid E9 training, go to www.axessultrasound.com/ultrasound-training/ or call 855-242-9377, press 4.
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