Medical Construction & Design

JAN-FEB 2018

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54 Medical Construction & Design | JA N UA RY/ F EBRUA RY 2018 | MCDM AG.COM FURNITURE Upgrades Announced for Hospital Workstation Product Line Proximity Systems, Inc. recently announced upgrades to its Embrace SLIM Wall-Mounted Workstation with an open face, as well as upgrades to its CX entry-level cabinets. The Proximity Embrace line features a unique multi-compartment design that provides hospitals with a locked, secure CPU compartment that can only be accessed by designated hospital personnel. This helps hospitals meet HIPAA requirements for secure client information. The cabinets' design is aesthetically pleasing and facilitates interac- tions between caregivers and patients, while also helping hospitals maintain and increase HCAHPS scores. ID#107 TELEHEALTH Telehealth Case Delivers Clinical Care Outside Hospital Walls Dictum Health, Inc. recently launched VERGoCLINIC, a portable, rolling telehealth case for traveling clinicians and remote clinic ap- plications. The self-contained patient examination and diagnostic clinic brings complete healthcare services to the fi eld. The rug- gedized rolling case is lightweight and compact. Ideal for commu- nity-based, industrial and commercial remote healthcare, VER- GoCLINIC provides immediate access to clinical care through a virtual exam, where clinicians remotely connect to specialists using videoconferencing and simultaneous viewing of vital signs, cardio- pulmonary data and medical images for immediate assessment and clinical decisions. ID#106 METAL PANELING Centria Expands Intercept Modular Metal Panel System Centria has released a new addition to the Intercept modu- lar metal panel system. Intercept RZR is a high-perfor- mance rainscreen system that creates the option for sloped panel depth of up to 4 inches and integrates seamlessly with Intercept Entyre and Intercept LVLZ for dynamic aesthetics, including dramatic wall relief and plane changes. Available in both horizontal and vertical applications, panels can be specifi ed in zinc or aluminum substrates. Panel lengths span up to 138 inches (aluminum) and 120 inches (zinc) and up to 48 inches (aluminum) and 32 inches (zinc) wide. Intercept RZR panels are available in a variety of colors, as well as Centria's wide array of high-per- formance, innovative fi nish options. ID#105 Products For more information on these products, visit Furniture Collection Defined by Durability, Flexibility, Clean Lines The Integra Valayo Collection of furniture's design is defi ned by clean, sleek lines and a sophisticated appearance, which adds allure to any interior. Various fi nish options and almost unlimited fabric options allow design- ers to customize each piece to harmonize with any healthcare environ- ment. Chairs have both the wall-saver and clean-out design elements with replaceable or recoverable components for maximum sustainability. The complete collection features three chair widths of 26, 32 and 46 inches, three bench sizes and coordinating tables with a unique and durable wood tops, as well as solid surface tops. The chairs and benches are available in both standard and armless versions to comfort- ably accommodate all users and provide additional design and function fl exibility. Steel arms and legs with several powder coat and brushed chrome fi nish options provide more design and durability options. ID#108 DISPLAYS New Medical-Grade Displays Ideal for Surgical Operating Rooms, Surgical Theaters TRU-Vu Monitors, Inc. has released a new series of 24-inch Medical-Grade LCD displays. The MM-24 Series of medical monitors feature 1920-by-1080 full HD resolution. The 178-by-178-inch-wide viewing angles ensure multiple physicians can view images simultaneously from nearly any angle without image distortion. The monitors are available with VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort and DVI video inputs to ensure universal compatibility with other devices and systems. They are available with internal or external medical-grade power supplies. Rear VESA mount holes enable a wide range of mounting options, including boom arms, tabletop bases, wall mounts and ceiling mounts. All displays are certifi ed to UL60601-1, enabling them for use in surgical operat- ing rooms and surgical theaters. ID#104

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