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The present work describes the experience that involves the valuation of medical equipment for the establishment of the first and third breast cancer clinic in Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), CDMX South Delegation, as part to develop national detection, diagnosis and treatment breast cancer programmed with optimal quality, friendliness and respect for patients’ rights.
In this case, the main arguments presented refer to the guidelines used to validate the performance of digital mammography, since this team is representative of this project, for which templates of technical information were developed and applied to six mammography equipment’s, the concepts to intervene in the analysis of the technical specifications, includes the response of detectors, dosimeters, contrast and image quality among the main aspects.
It is important to mention the efficiently that the medical units offer quality medical attention, it required their equipment works efficient to guarantee their availability and the safety of both patient operators of the equipment.
With the premise of sharing, the experiences obtained in the creation of these clinics, and the roll of the biomedical engineer as part multidisciplinary team, is considered the responsible in optimization medical technology management.
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- Medical Equipment for Breast Clinics A View of Biomedical Engineering from Practice
Gustavo Adolfo Martinez Chavez