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Carts and Mobile Computing Solutions Guide


A prescription for organization The MX Series of computing and medication workstations offers an open platform for a variety of computing hardware including laptops, tablets, thin-client, all-in-one PCs and small-form-factor PCs. Fully configurable, these units provide a wide array of drawers and bins to customize storage and organization. With a choice of flexible AC Power Platform or ultra-efficient DC Power Platform, the MX Series offers extended, cord-free run times for optimized barcode medication administration and EHR at the point of care. Capsa Solutions


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Good looking, fast moving The Mobile Technology Cabinet (MTC) is designed to optimize workflow by blending premium cabinet aesthetics with the flexibility of mobile computing carts. The MTC’s maneuverability increases patient interaction at the point of care, and its compact footprint allows for easy in- room storage or reallocation to a different area. Additionally, the cart is equipped with battery-life tracking software that sends email alerts directly to IT when issues arise, minimizing workflow interruptions. Rubbermaid Medical Solutions


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Ensuring that the information your staff needs is always within reach, Carstens’ Mobile Charting Unit (MCU), one of a number of different carts, is customizable to fit the needs of any healthcare facility. With its sturdy work surface, tablet holder and mountable baskets, the MCU is adaptable and agile, allowing your staff to keep pace in even the busiest of healthcare facilities, and its stable design ensures needed resources are never far away. Carstens


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Mobile, lockable laptop cart AFC’s ergonomically designed, height-adjustable Mobile Laptop Cart aims to improve workflow, increase accuracy and provide wherever/whenever data access at the point of care. This unit has many features found only in larger models: integrated handles in the front and sides for ease of maneuverability; pneumatic sit-to-stand height adjustment; secure, lockable laptop platform; retractable keyboard tray with left or right mouse tray; and storage bins, a wire basket, a power strip with a hospital-grade plug and more. Major contact surfaces are made of antimicrobial materials. AFC Industries www.rsleads.com/209ht-153


Upgrade your cart power The Continuum Power System provides hospitals that have several models of mobile carts with a universal, upgraded power solution. It features an advanced electronics system that safely recharges the batteries to full capacity in just two hours, while offering partial charge capabilities not present in older battery technologies. The lithium-iron-phosphate (LiFePO4) cells offer a life span up to five years and will reduce the weight of the mobile cart by nearly 30 pounds. Easy retrofit kits are available for Ergotron, Howard, InfoLogix, Jaco, Metro/Flo, Rubbermaid, Stinger and more. Futura Mobility


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Telemedicine on the go The Cisco TelePresence VX Clinical Assistant is a fully featured, highly mobile and


easy-to-use telemedicine cart that can be used for remote patient consultations, virtual care and education, and collaboration between care providers. Lightweight and cost efficient, this solution provides medical teams and patients with a 24-inch, 1080p HD LED backlit display for vivid telepresence experiences and low power usage, support for multiple stan- dard- and high-definition video inputs, and FDA Class I Medical Device designation. Cisco


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