New & Used Supplies Boom

 
 
 
 
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Device: Supplies Boom
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Agila
Location: Poland, Warminsko
5,172
2005

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Device: Supplies Boom
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Gemina 3200 HL
Location: Poland, Warminsko
2,936
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Device: Supplies Boom
Manufacturer: ALM Getinge-Castle
Model: Modulis Evolution
Location: United States, California
12,750
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method
2006

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Device: Supplies Boom
Manufacturer: Ondal Stella-med
Model: OndaScope
Location: United States, Florida
4,995
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method
2010

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Device: Supplies Boom
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: DVE 8010
Location: Germany, Hamburg
588
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Device: Supplies Boom
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: DVE 8010
Location: Germany, Hamburg
940
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Device: Supplies Boom
Manufacturer: Kreuzer
Model: IncarePORT 1227
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
3,514
2000

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Device: Supplies Boom
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: DVE 8010
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
2,879
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Device: Supplies Boom
Manufacturer: Kreuzer
Model: IncarePORT 1227
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
3,514
2000

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Device: Supplies Boom
Manufacturer: Modul Technik
Model: Supplies Boom
Location: Russia, Saint Petersburg city
900
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method
2010

Supplies Boom may also be referred to as :

OR Boom | Supply Boom | Surgical Boom | Utilities Boom | ICU Boom | Surgical Facility Boom, Ceiling-Mounted | Medical Gas Outlet Boom, Ceiling-Mounted | Facility Boom | Electrical Outlet Boom, Ceiling-Mounted | Ceiling-Mounted Medical Gas Outlet Boom | Ceiling-Mounted Boom, Surgical Unit
 

Tips for buying Supplies Boom

  1. The selected unit should address the needs of the surgical team and the types of procedures performed, as well as improve operational efficiency. The equipment selection and installation process should both involve clinical users to ensure proper placement of booms and equipment and facilitate with the transition from the current OR design to the new one.
  2. Facilities should pay attention to the following factors when purchasing such a unit: finished ceiling height; room layout; required structural support; overhead and surgical lights, heating, ventilating, and air conditioning diffusers and grills; wiring, piping, and ductwork proximate to the ceiling, as well as door location.
  3. Buyers should determine the load carrying ability of the ceiling structure. The load carrying capacity of the boom should be noted and not exceeded.
  4. Another consideration is the movement of boom arms with regard to other ceiling mounted devices, such as surgical lights and other booms. Facilities need to ensure that they do not interfere with each other when moved.
  5. Cleaning solvents and other fluids commonly used in medical facilities might stain and degrade exposed surfaces of ceiling booms and should be resistant to these materials.
  6. Circuit breaker panels, when included, should be easily accessible and clearly labeled; the main circuit breaker should be different from branch circuit breakers, and it should be impossible to lock the doors to the panels.
  7. All external devices should be located and mounted to minimize the possibility of injury for patients or staff, or physical damage to devices and fixtures. All fixtures must be able to support the loads for which they are intended.
  8. The surgical boom system should not affect the access to the patient during an emergency, or other booms, or ceiling mounted devices, and should minimize interference with the operating table. The unit should allow easy access to services, devices, internal wiring, and piping that need routine repair and maintenance.
  9. To provide proper flow to the outlets, copper medical gas and vacuum piping is preferred; however, flexible hoses of the appropriate size may be used.
  10. To meet user needs, many features can be customized; configurations for anesthesia and laparoscopic, endoscopic, or general surgery are available. Some suppliers do not sell a fixed product line of distinct models; instead they produce only custom made units. Companies offering catalog units will customize their products to fit the facility's needs. It is essential that OR staff work closely with the manufacturer to determine the best configuration.
  11. All conditions should be appropriate for a communication system, which is usually supplied by the facility and installed separately; medical gas station outlets are usually specified to match the facility's current system.
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