A modern healthcare facility cannot possibly function without the involvement of computers, one way or the other.

Had it not been for the unparalleled analytical power and multitasking ability offered by computers, complex medical procedures that are the norm today would never have been carried out in such a flawless manner in the first place.

From the outright convoluted surgical procedures like the open-heart surgery to the mundane clinical tasks such as managing medical records – computers find their usage in every department within hospitals and healthcare units. While administrative tasks like setting appointments, performing billing, verifying accounts and auditing have been rendered a breeze by computers, the most significant implication remains their utility in patient-critical operations.

Modern-day physicians and surgeons are greatly reliant upon computers for performing surgeries. Laparoscopic surgeries, in specific, have only lately become mainstream owing to the top-notch computing power combined with cutting edge imaging technology that only medical computers offer. A number of surgical machines and instruments are fitted with small computer systems to monitor and store patient data during treatment. Clinical imaging solutions used for examining X-rays and CT scans are highly dependent on computers for display and analysis purposes. Administering clinical and biological diagnostic tests require a computer at the analysis stage. In near-patient settings, pulse rate, ECG, EEG, and other vitals are recorded and monitored continuously using computers.

For smooth deployment in a typical healthcare facility including hospitals and diagnostic centers, computers need to be imparted with certain additional physical attributes. Of these essential physical attributes, the ability to offer defense against active and passive microbes is the de facto requirement. In fact, an increasing number of hospitals and clinics today are opting in exclusively for medical computer with antimicrobial housing to be used throughout their facilities, for clear reasons:

  1. A medical computer with antimicrobial housing offers unsurpassed resistance to the spread of microbial population, preventing picking up and spread of germs via touching of the computer by physicians and support staff.
  2. Having antimicrobial germ protection built directly into the medical computer housing ensures that the equipment disinfection process, typically carried out using liquid solution, is carried out in a more efficient manner.
  3. Having medical computers made with antimicrobial plastic deployed in near-patient critical environment prevents MRSA, CDIFF, and Hepatitis from growing and spreading from patient to patient.

Cybernet is the leading manufacturer of all-in-one medical computers with antimicrobial housing for deployment in near-patient critical environments as well as for routine medical computation scenarios.

Learn more about Cybernet’s medical computer line-up with antimicrobial housings and other related products reshaping the healthcare practices for the best right here.