Medical equipment greatly contributes to the effectiveness of the quality of healthcare services. In general, when health and medical facilities fail and medical equipment is not available, the provision of health and medical services to the people is disrupted. Most of the problems are due to the lack of management and maintenance of the condition of the equipment by the person in charge of the medical equipment. Medical equipment condition assessment is an important activity during maintenance and equipment life cycle management to increase equipment availability, performance, and safety. This study aims to carry out a systematic review in the extraction and classification of input parameters applied in the evaluation of the condition of medical equipment. This survey succeeded in classifying eight categories of reliability characteristics of medical equipment, which include equipment characteristics, performance, need for maintenance, performance, risk and safety, availability and readiness, utilization and cost. The application of eight features extracted from a computerized asset maintenance management system will help clinical engineers in evaluating the reliability of medical equipment used in a healthcare institution. Reliability assessment performed on these eight features will help clinical engineers implement a strategic maintenance action, which can increase equipment availability, maintain performance, optimize resources, and ultimately Provide effective healthcare services to help the community. Finally, recommendations for future work are provided at the end of this research.