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Jessica Brisbin Alexandra Jefferds Nichole McPherson Nick Werner. Fault Tree for the ECI Device Final Revision: 4/17/06. Patient Hazards. A. B. C. D. A. Jessica Brisbin Alexandra Jefferds Nichole McPherson Nick Werner. Device interferes with medical procedure.

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Jessica Brisbin

Alexandra Jefferds

Nichole McPherson

Nick Werner

Fault Tree for the ECI Device

Final Revision: 4/17/06

Patient Hazards

A

B

C

D

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A

Jessica Brisbin

Alexandra Jefferds

Nichole McPherson

Nick Werner

Device interferes with medical procedure.

Clinician finds device distracting.

Vibration of arm with device conducts to arm of injection.

Clinician thinks music is too loud.

Clinician is tired of hearing the same song over and over.

LEDs distract clinician.

Patient overreacts to device.

Patient thinks music is too loud.

Patient is hyper-sensitive to noise.

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B

Jessica Brisbin

Alexandra Jefferds

Nichole McPherson

Nick Werner

Device is a direct hazard to patient.

Arm band disrupts blood flow.

Electrical interference with other devices.

Band is applied too tightly.

Speakers emit sound waves.

Components emit EM radiation.

Device causes a seizure in patient.

Device causes an allergic reaction in patient.

Patient has a

seizure disorder.

Patient has

an allergy.

Flashing of LEDs.

Arm band is not hypo-allergenic.

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C

Jessica Brisbin

Alexandra Jefferds

Nichole McPherson

Nick Werner

Device won’t stay on the limb.

Patient’s arm is too small for the strap.

Patient’s arm is too large for the strap.

Strap doesn’t fit around the arm.

Strap cannot be replaced with a larger one.

Strap doesn’t fit around the arm.

Strap cannot be replaced with a smaller one.

Strap connection comes apart.

Strap breaks.

Strap material is inadequately strong.

Strap is subjected to extreme loads.

Velcro is dirty.

Velcro is inadequately adhesive.

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D

Jessica Brisbin

Alexandra Jefferds

Nichole McPherson

Nick Werner

Device can’t be operated (safely).

Switch doesn’t work.

Device stops working.

Electrical connection breaks.

Device is submerged in liquid.

Switch is difficult to operate.

Switch breaks.

Strong connection was not made to begin with.

Device is dropped.

Switch is stiff.

Switch is too small.

Device electrocutes clinician or patient

Case cracks.

Device is submerged in liquid

Electrical component breaks.