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Medical Equipment Repair Education

Michael Bustamante

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Recent high school graduates may be interested in attaining a medical equipment repair education, as substantial job growth is projected in the coming years.

Although training varies from trade school to trade school, students attracted to this field can participate in medical equipment repair courses that lead to associate degrees or bachelor degrees in electronics systems technology or medical technology.

Students will learn how to adjust, calibrate, maintain, replace and repair electromechanical and hydraulic equipment. A quality medical equipment repair education offers students in-depth, hands-on instruction in a variety of trade-specific tools, such as computerized diagnostic tools, hand tools, electronic repair tools, multimeters, soldering irons, and other associated apparatus and software.

Additionally, medical equipment repair schools also offer specialized training in biomedical equipment. Graduates of these particular courses can go on to working with high-tech equipment such as CAT scanners, defibrillators, electric wheelchairs, heart monitors, ultrasound machines, and X-ray equipment.

Those who have completed a medical equipment repair education often work in hospital settings or in a variety of occupations calling for precision instrument repair. Typical earnings range from $17 to $32 per hour, depending on education and experience.

If you would like to learn more about Medical Equipment Repair Education Education and Medical Equipment Repair Schools, you can find more in-depth information and resources on our website.

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