failure mode and effects analysis


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failure mode and effects analysis

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FMEA

An attempt to prioritize system-wide problems that may arise in the provision of (health care) services. It involves a review of the likelihood that particular errors may be made, along with the magnitude of the effect of those errors. Failures that occur frequently or may have a large impact on outcomes are identified for proactive review and repair.
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The Failure Mode and Effects Analysis Implementation for Laser Marking Process Improvement: A Case Study.
An investment plan for preventing child injuries using risk priority number of failure mode and effects analysis methodology and a multi-objective, multi-dimensional mixed 0-1 knapsack model".
Potential failure mode and effects analysis for the ITER NB injector".
The use of failure mode and effects analysis to construct an effective disposal and prevention mechanism for infectious hospital waste".
2001, Failure mode and effects analysis using grey theory, Integrated Manufacturing Systems,Vol.
Ford Motor Company, Potential Failure Mode and Effects Analysis -- Instruction Manual, 1988.
In this section, a novel failure mode and effects analysis model named generalized evidential FMEA (GEFMEA) is proposed.
Liu, "Human reliability assessment for medical devices based on failure mode and effects analysis and fuzzy linguistic theory," Safety Science, vol.
Woodhouse, "Engineering for safety: use of failure mode and effects analysis in the laboratory: a well-known engineering tool now being used to assure patient safety," Laboratory Medicine, vol.
It also enables automated failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) reports, which can help manufacturers to avoid potential after-market problems such as service modifications or recalls.
FirstEarth was established in 1997 to develop and market software to automate Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Sneak Circuit Analysis (SCA) for electrical systems.
The work on the common design actually began in 1994, when Modine's Logansport plant and Deere Dubuque Works participated in a joint Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (PFMEA).
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