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Of course, no matter how diligent you are, some pistol malfunctions are unavoidable.
Tokyo, May 27 ( ANI ): Japan's NEC Corporation has announced the delivery of a system for monitoring signs of malfunction in large-scale plants for the Chugoku Electric Power Co.
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The fact that we are seeing numerous cases of PCOS failures, malfunctions and delays only underscores the long-held observation that we were duped by Smartmatic.
He noted that the company's staff is working on repairing the malfunction to resume pumping oil to Turkey by soonest.
For a test system with periodic malfunctions, it is directly related to the frequency of QC events.
These malfunctions can result from direct exposure of the medical device to the high x-ray dose rates generated by some CT equipment and are different from the malfunctions related to MRI scanning, which are caused by strong electric and magnetic fields, the alert says.
Patients should be advised to check their devices for function even after turning them off, and to contact their health care providers if they suspect a malfunction.
Because many types of equipment used in health-care settings have mated surfaces, moving parts, gaps, joints, and unsealed housings, improper cleaning and disinfection can create opportunities for fluids to enter the internal surface of medical equipment, resulting in damage that can cause or contribute to equipment malfunctions.
Onsite systems are susceptible to malfunctions of two main types-functional malfunctions and performance-related malfunctions.
Device recalls were most often issued due to hardware malfunctions, which may result in a failure of the AED to power on, charge, or successfully deliver a shock.