Mobile Computer Workstations are Ergonomic & Height-Adjustable
Hospitals, doctor’s offices, and other medical facilities have limited space with large equipment, patients, and staff. That is why many healthcare companies use medical computer carts. These mobile healthcare workstations have numerous features such as locking wheels, height adjustable working surfaces, and monitor mounts. The medical computer cart on wheels work with laptops and desktop computers for registration, check in, and entering medical information. All of these features make transporting these medical computers on wheels from room to room painless.
The four locking casters allow for easy maneuverability and hold the workstation in place while users are entering information. The keyboard and mouse tray create a comfortable working environment and can slide-in when not in use for the perfect mobile medical computer cart. The adjustable height feature helps doctors and nurses of any size to have proper posture while working. One more great feature is the monitor mounts that hold single and double screens to prevent medical professionals from straining their eyes on smaller laptop screens. The brackets are able to rotate and adjust for best viewing. Also included is a laptop security system, along with cable management to prevent wires from showing or creating tripping hazards.
Stop carrying your laptop or pushing awkward and clunky carts around the hospital. These medical height adjusting workstations will change the way you work by saving time and preventing possible back problems. Purchase a medical mobile computer cart today and see how easy it is to create a healthier, more organized work environment.
Stryker 1501 Features
The Stryker 1501 Stretcher is available in four different models. Each stretcher comes with a durable patient handling system. Standard fifth wheel steering and pop-up handles allow for easy maneuverability. Steel-ring brakes with optional four-sided brake controls ensure a firmly locked working surface.
3” (8 cm) Ultra Comfort mattress with sealed seams
6” (15 cm) Omni Surface™ casters
78” (198 cm) patient surface
Quadra Channel™ stabilizing lift system
Siderails enable fluoro clearance
Four IV receptacles
Four-wheel, steel-ring brakes with dual side activators
Backrest raises to 80°
Removable foot section (0°- 50°)
20° Trend./15° reverse Trend
Ultraview litter top for unobstructed fluoroscopic access
Three-sided foot controls for lift/lower functions
Retractable fifth-wheel steering
Low profile base with thermoformed hood
Full-length surgery accessory rails
Stryker 1501 Specifications
Overall Length: 84” (213 cm)
Siderails Up: 34.5” (88 cm)
Siderails Down: 34.5” (88 cm)
Weight Capacity: 500 lbs (228 kg)
Height Range: (to litter top)
High: 35.5” (90 cm)
Low: 22” (56 cm)
Backrest: 0°- 90°
Knee Gatch: 0°-30°
Trend./Reverse Trend:t: ±18°
Patient Surface: 29” x 76” (74 x 193 cm)
Siderails: 13” x 55” (33 x 140 cm)
Caster Diameter: 8” (20 cm)
The TotalCare® bed features a full chair position which allows your loved one to achieve a sitting position with the touch of a button. To further allow mobility, it offers a chair egress which is intended to make it safe and easy for your loved one to be able to stand up and walk away from the bed.
The Right Bed with the Right Features to Help Assist Your Loved One
Continuous Lateral Rotation Therapy - provides gentle, side-to-side therapy to aid in the prevention of pulmonary complications related to immobility as well as offering pressure relief for skin care
Percussion (clapping of chest wall to loosen secretions in the lungs) and Vibration (shaking of chest wall to help move lung secrections for easier removal) Therapy can be done separately or together as directed by physicians orders
Weight based pressure redistribution mattress - the mattress provides pressure redistribution by automatically adjusting the air system based on cushion pressures and the users weight
Advanced Microclimate® Management technology with comfort adjust provides the user the ability to change the pressure of the mattress in the head, seat, and heel sections
Trendelenburg - allows the user to place the bed in a tilted position which enables their head/neck to be lower than their lower extremities
Reverse Trendelenburg - allows the user to place the bed in a tilted position which enables their lower extremities to be lower than their head/neck
Point-Of-Care® siderail controls with touchscreen Graphical Caregiver Interface feature (GCI®) to operate the functions of the bed
Digital head of bed angle indicator and alert
3 mode bed exit sensor with alert
FullChair® and chair egress with stand assist to allow user mobility
Boost® One-Button Repositioning system makes it easy to reposition the user towards the head of bed
Turn assist - allows the caregiver to turn the user for linen or dressing changes
FlexAfoot® electrical bed retraction and extension - allows the caregiver to extend or retract the bed to customize to the user's length
Safety stop and alert for pulmonary therapies when side rails are down
Use of active therapy surfaces with patients with unstabilized spinal cord injury could cause serious injury to the patient.
Use of continuous lateral rotation therapy is contraindicated for patients with cervical or skeletal traction.
Low position (floor to surface): 21"
High position (floor to surface): 45"