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Device: Emergency Cart
Manufacturer: Waterloo Healthcare
Model: UniCart
Location: United States, Tennessee
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method

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Device: Emergency Cart
Manufacturer: Dunli Group
Model: DL08-039
Location: United States
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method

Emergency Cart may also be referred to as :

Resuscitation Trolley | Trolley | Resuscitation Cart | Nursing Trolley | Medicine Trolley | Max Cart | Emergency Trolley | Emergency Cart | Crash Cart | Cart, Max | Cart, Emergency | Cart, Crash | Cart, Resuscitation | Crash Cart

Tips for buying Emergency Cart

  1. An important factor to examine is the ergonomics of the emergency cart in relation to its supplies, the staff that uses it, and the patient.
  2. These nursing trolley units should include several drawers or shelves for storing vital pharmaceuticals and resuscitation equipment. Locks or seals should help control access to the emergency cart. Seals are preferred, because they allow access more quickly during an emergency.
  3. To help separate contents, dividers should be available as an option.
  4. To accommodate defibrillators and still leave space for other necessary tasks, the working surface should be large enough.
  5. To provide stability during transport, nursing trolley casters should be large enough. At least 2 locks should be available to prevent unwanted movement. The two leading wheels should be non-swiveling. Emergency carts with four swiveling wheels in a diamond configuration may tend to drift and can be difficult to steer.
  6. The best tracking and maneuverability can be found in five-wheeled or six-wheeled emergency carts or resuscitation trolleys, with two center-fixed wheels and corner-swiveling wheels.
  7. To help users tailor the emergency carts for their specific needs, a wide selection or accessories should be offered.
  8. It may be useful to add preprinted labels or label holders on the drawers, as well as record or inventory checklist holders.
  9. A crash emergency cart would usually include the following: defibrillator/monitor; intubations tray with instruments; tracheotomy tray with instruments; surgical bandages and sponges; central venous pressure catheters and manometers; manual resuscitator; resuscitator-inhalator; suction equipment and catheters, irrigating set; laryngoscope, blades, airways, endotracheal tubes in various sizes; IV fluid bags and tubing; backboard; electrode gel; ECG recording paper; sphygmomanometer; antibiotic ointment, disinfectant, alcohol wipes, sterile gloves; needles and syringes; drugs for controlling heart rate and rhythm, blood pressure, cardiac output, pain, and anxiety.
  10. In some facilities, a special CPR committee or code committee determines the type and quantity of supplies and equipment for crash carts.
  11. Emergency cart buyers need to decide whether they want a line cord for charging battery-powered defibrillators.
Read more valuable tips on the Medical Equipment Buying Guide by MedWOW >>