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ICC Certification Test Study Guide Compiled by Richard Ogg, CBET for his own personal study guide program from books he discovered in his own search, computer study guides, and recommendations from friends who are experts in the biomedical field. Rich is a BMET III at Muskogee Regional Medical Center in Muskogee, Oklahoma, but he has extensive background in both the electronics and biomedical instrumentation fields. He currently is the Chairman of the Tulsa Area Biomedical Equipment Technicians Association, an AAMI member, and is a strong advocate of certification. The test is difficult, but it is possible to pass it with advance preparation. You must commit time and hard work to the study process; have a real desire to reach the goal; and develop a positive attitude. As you progress you will garner something else equally important, knowledge. You will learn a great deal as you work toward your goal of certification. Nothing worth having is easy. Rich wants those of you who are hesitant to proceed to know that if he can do it, so can you. “Since your thinking has a direct bearing on your performance, your thinking must be based on sound input.” ( Zig Ziglar – world famous motivational speaker) This list is only suggestions. You may find other sources which will work best for you. If you use this list and it helps you in your pursuit of certification, please mentor someone
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2010 for the course EENG 2270 taught by Professor Abolfazi during the Spring '08 term at Utah Valley University.

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