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Entretien préventif des installations d'approvisionnement rural en eau
World Health Organization. Community Water Supply and Sanitation Unit ( 1984 )
Exploitation et entretien des systèmes de distribution d' eau et d' assainissement en milieu urbain : guide du gestionnaire
World Health Organization ( 1996 )
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Gérer les équipements de la chaîne du froid : guide à l' intention des responsables nationaux de la logistique
World Health Organization. Expanded Porgramme on Immunization ( 1997 )
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Interregional Meeting on the Maintenance and Repair of Health Care Equipment, Nicosia, Cyprus, 24-28 November 1986
Interregional Meeting on the Maintenance and Repair of Health Care Equipment (1986: Nicosia, Cyprus); World Health Organization. National Health Systems and Policies Unit ( 1987 )
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Introducción al programa de mantenimiento de equipos médicos
World Health Organization ( 2012 )
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Linking technology choice with operation and maintenance in the context of community water supply and sanitation : a reference document for planners and project staff / prepared by François Brikke and Maarten Bredero
Brikké, François; Bredero, Maarten; Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council. Operation and Maintenance Network ( 2003 )
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Maintenance and repair of laboratory, diagnostic imaging, and hospital equipment
World Health Organization ( 1994 )
Abstract

A practical guide to the maintenance and repair of essential laboratory and hospital equipment. Intended for use in institutions that do not have specially trained technicians or engineers, the book responds to the situation, frequently seen in developing countries, where much of the equipment is imported and adequate information on maintenance and repair is rarely provided by suppliers. With these special needs in mind, the manual aims to help staff using specific types of equipment to understand basic principles of construction and operation, adopt good working practices, avoid common errors, perform routine maintenance, and spot the early signs of defects or deterioration. Advice on equipment repair concentrates on common causes of problems that can be solved without expertise in engineering. Throughout the manual, line drawings illustrate features of construction and design, while numerous checklists offer advice on periodic inspection and cleaning, good working practices, and the essential do s, don ts, must s, and never s of routine operation and maintenance. Information ranges from the steps to follow when recharging batteries, through advice on how to protect microscopes in hot climates, to instructions for changing a blown fuse in an ultrasound scanner. Basic safety procedures, for protecting staff as well as patients, are also described. The most extensive chapter covers the maintenance and repair of basic laboratory equipment, moving from autoclaves and incubators, to cell counters and systems for water purification. The remaining chapters describe the correct use, maintenance, and repair of diagnostic equipment, anaesthetic and resuscitation equipment, operating room equipment, and ultrasound and X-ray diagnostic equipment

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Maintenance manual for laboratory equipment
World Health Organization; Pan American Health Organization ( 2008 )
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Managing cold chain equipment : a guide for national logistic officers
World Health Organization. Expanded Porgramme on Immunization ( 1996 )
El mantenimiento del material médico esencial : una prioridad insoslayable / Michael Cheng
Cheng, Michael ( 1994 )
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Mantenimiento y reparación del equipo de laboratorio, diagnóstico por imagen y hospital
World Health Organization ( 1996 )
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Manuel d'entretien et de maintenance des appareils de laboratoire
World Health Organization; Pan American Health Organization ( 2008 )
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Medical equipment maintenance programme overview
World Health Organization ( 2011 )
On the mend / by Mays L. Swicord and Diana Gibson
Swicord, Mays L; Gibson, Diana ( 1986 )
Operation and maintenance of urban water supply and sanitation systems : a guide for managers
World Health Organization ( 1994 )
Abstract

Describes a systems approach to the operation and maintenance of drinking-water and sanitation services in urban areas of developing countries. Addressed to managers and other personnel with decision-making responsibilities, the book responds to ample evidence that poor management has had the greatest single negative impact on the quality of water supply and sanitation services. The guide, which is intended to serve as a reference source and conceptual framework, covers virtually all the procedures, activities, projects, and areas of managerial responsibility, at different levels, needed to ensure that water supply and sanitation services function continuously, efficiently, and to their full capacity. Emphasis is placed on procedures that can help control water losses. The book has five parts. The first describes the use of the management systems approach to analyse the functions of drinking-water and sanitation agencies and to solve operation and maintenance problems. Part two, on management, provides a step-by-step account of the key responsibilities and functions involved in managing an agency's operation and maintenance activities. The third and most extensive part serves as a detailed guide to the planning and control of operation and maintenance procedures. While most attention is given to projects for controlling water loss, part three also covers programmes for controlling the production and quality of drinking-water, and for sewage collection, treatment, re-use, and disposal. The remaining chapters describe information systems and the procedures and stages of implementation. Of particular practical value is a five-page tabular presentation of performance indicators that can be used to assess the effectiveness of specific activities

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Preventive maintenance of rural water supplies
World Health Organization. Community Water Supply and Sanitation Unit ( 1984 )
Priorité au maintien du matériel médical en état de fonctionnement / Michael Cheng
Cheng, Michael ( 1994 )
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Priority for maintaining essential medical equipment / Michael Cheng
Cheng, Michael ( 1994 )
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Proceedings of the advisory committee meeting of the Operation and Maintenance Working Group, Geneva, 26 February - 1 March 1991
World Health Organization. Community Water Supply and Sanitation Unit; Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit ( 1991 )
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Proceedings of the meeting of the Operation and Maintenance Working Group, Geneva, 19-22 June 1990 / organized with the support of IRC, International Water and Sanitation Centre, Netherlands, WASH (Water and Sanitation Project, USA, WB/UNDP (UNDP/World Bank Water and Sanitation Programme) ; [co-sponsored by GTZ] ; edited by H. J. McPherson. v. 2., Case studies on operation and maintenance of rural and urban water supply systems
World Health Organization. Community Water Supply and Sanitation Unit; Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit ( 1990 )
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