Power_SupplyAccording to a recent report by AHRQ, about 15 million hospital stays each year in the United States, either directly or indirectly, involve operation room procedures. For emergency room procedures, statistics accumulated by CDC depict circa 37.9 million injury-related patient visits on an annual basis.

Out of these staggering figures, a hefty majority of the operation room patient visits are for carrying out convoluted medical treatment procedures such as C-Section, Knee Arthroplasty, PTCA and Spinal Fusion. In the context of emergency room treatment, the majority of patient visits are for securing immediate care in cases of foreign objects in the body, cuts, contusions, sprain and broken bones.

At the core of a modern day healthcare unit’s O.R. and E.R. reside powerful computers – providing healthcare personnel with multitasking supremacy and investigative hegemony, paving way for flawless completion of the otherwise intricate medical procedures – all while the life and long term well-being of a patient is at stake.

It is imperative that the Operation Rooms and Emergency Rooms host medical computer with internal battery for a plethora of reasons. Here is a round-up of the top three motives:

    1. O.R. and E.R. environments typically require doctors to function with higher levels of physical mobility. Having a medical computer with internal battery ensures that the medical personnel are not tied down to distance limited by the computer’s power cable.
    2. Patient critical procedures, such as those typically carried out in O.R. and E.R. environments have zero tolerance for power outages. Being equipped with a medical computer with internal battery warrants that a patient’s vital and other critical information is being displayed, analyzed and stored in event of an unforeseeable down time in electrical power.
    3. In case of a natural or man-made disaster requiring immediate clearing of the O.R. or E.R., incorporating a medical computer with internal battery means that the patient is provided uninterrupted medical care not only during the evacuation phase but also when the patient has been relocated to a makeshift healthcare facility.

Top-of-the-line design and engineering innovations by Cybernet have resulted in equipping all-in-one touchscreen medical computers with internal battery allowing for unremitting access to patient vitals and relevant medical record on the go – enabling medical practitioners to focus on curing patients and serving humanity. Read more about Cybernet’s game-changing medical computing products right here.