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Intra-hospital patient transport is a critical aspect of patient care. Transporting a patient within a hospital may be done for various reasons, but most often than not, a patient requiring to be carried by a transport team, to and from examinations or procedures. Some patients require the intra-hospital transport service simply because they are not strong enough to move on their own; however, a large number of patients that rely on intr-hospital patient transport service also require to be hooked up to various machines, like automated syringe pumps, IVs, monitors, and other peripheral monitoring equipment. As a result, the more serious the condition of the patient is, the more medical equipment would be hooked up to them during their intr-hospital transport. Traditionally, a transport team consists of various medical personnel to assist in the transport procedure, with hospital porters usually taking care of transporting all the equipment along with the patient. However, the transport procedure becomes complex with assembling, organizing and synchronizing the transportation of the patient bed along with associated medical equipment that may be attached to the patient. Transport personnel becomes a crucial resource, which, may be limited at peak times.
MobiDoc Modular Docking Cart is an all-one solution that solves the problem of cumbersome medical equipment transport during emergency medical transport and patient transfer.
Transporting critical patients into an MRI suite has never been easier, thanks to the MobiDoc MR - a modular transport cart, which can dock to any stretcher to make the transport of the patient and the associated medical equipment like medical monitors or syringe pumps, with ease! Best of all, MobiDoc MR can remain inside Zone IV during the whole MRI scan without causing any image interference.
The all-in-one modular transport cart becomes an essential asset in conserving medical staff to transport and set up a patient in the MR room, since all the necessary medical equipment is set up on the modular cart, there is no need to manage different standalone devices on their respective transport poles, but rather deal with one manoeuvrable module.
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