Medical devices are used in hundreds of millions of surgeries every year, so it’s a common practice to calibrate the device to detect certain diseases or ailments.
That can include a digital medical record of the patient’s symptoms, as well as any prescription medications they may have taken.
But there are some common calibrations that don’t need to be calibrated in the first place, and a good first step for anyone learning to read a medical instrument is to learn how to read them on an iPad.
Here are some of the most common calibrators.
Medical device calibration tools