Canon Medical Systems USA

For Biomedical Engineers

Courses for biomedical engineers responsible for maintaining medical imaging equipment operations. These courses include information on equipment operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance procedures.

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  • XR RadRex-I Biomed Service Classroom Course
    Classroom Training

    XR RadRex-I Biomed Service Classroom Course

    • XRT 2650C
    • Course Type: Classroom
    • Course Length: 5 days

    This five day clinical biomed engineer-focused course held at the Institute of Advanced Imaging in Irvine, California, provides the basic calibration and configuration for servicing Canon’s Radrex-I X-ray system. This course includes procedure based hands-on labs. At the completion of the course, you will be proficient in performing the following: operations, calibrations, configurations, and perform preventative maintenance on the system. Students must bring notebook computers equipped with Pentium-class CPUs, 10GB of hard disk space, Windows 7, DVD/CD-ROM drive, a serial port (RS232), crossover serial cable, and Ethernet wired network connectivity. Laptops are not available to borrow or rent during class. This course includes tuition only. Airfare, meals, and lodging are not included.

  • XR Kalare Biomed Service Classroom Course
    Classroom Training

    XR Kalare Biomed Service Classroom Course

    • XRT 2850C
    • Course Type: Classroom
    • Course Length: 7 days

    This seven day clinical biomedical engineer focused course held at the Canon Institute of Advanced Imaging in Irvine, California, provides the basic calibration, configuration, and preventative maintenance for servicing Canon’s Kalare X-ray system. This course includes procedure based hands-on labs. At the completion of the course, you will be proficient in performing the following: operations, calibrations, configurations, and perform preventative maintenance on the system. Students must bring notebook computers equipped with Pentium-class CPUs, 10GB of hard disk space, Windows 7, DVD/CD-ROM drive, a serial port (RS232), crossover serial cable, and Ethernet wired network connectivity. Laptops are not available to borrow or rent during class. This course includes tuition only. Airfare, meals, and lodging are not included.