Maintenance of medical equipment is essential in ensuring that these devices are performing optimally and safely. Regular maintenance schedules must be established to prevent equipment failure and extend their lifespan. Maintenance activities typically include cleaning and disinfecting, calibration and adjustments, replacement of worn or damaged parts, and inspections to detect potential problems before they develop. Proper documentation of maintenance activities and repairs must also be maintained to comply with regulatory standards. Regular maintenance not only ensures the availability of reliable, safe equipment but also improves patient outcomes and minimizes healthcare costs associated with equipment replacement and downtime.