Nurses charting with WOW’s in a 24/7 environment need on-board power.
A recent innovation is “hot-swap”. Small, removable, batteries are mounted to the cart and can be swapped out in a matter of seconds, like swapping batteries on a power drill or lawn accessory. With the Anton Bauer system, an interface device provides continuous power to the cart for up to two minutes. Your computer never shuts down.
Doctors at a large eye clinic wanted to use two computer monitors with a keyboard while conducting exams and procedures. At no charge, we provided both a wall-mounted articulating arm option and a mobile option for their evaluation. Because the doctors approach the patient from both sides of the exam chair, they chose the mobile solution.
EMR WOW’s – Powered Medical Computer Carts
A hospital customer presented to us a need for a lightweight nurses’ cart to accommodate an all-in-one zero client computer monitor, worksurface, drawer, storage bin, handle, scanner mount, keyboard tray, and mouse holder. On-board power would be required for occasional trips of 1-2 hours to other floors of the hospital. Weight was a major consideration as they had concern about the health, safety and productivity of their nurses.
An employee at a major healthcare facility needed an effortless sit/stand solution while recovering from abdominal surgery. The devices she uses included a telephone system, an all-in-one zero-client monitor, a keyboard, and a mouse.
The Williams Companies needed an expanded and updated control room for a remote energy facility in eastern Wyoming. We welcome projects that take us places far from major airports and immediately began the process of exchanging information. We revised our design repeatedly until our client was satisfied that all requirements were met, including best use of limited space and optimum ergonomics.