Anesthesia Workstation Carts in your busy hospital or surgery center, are crucial hospital mobile carts to ensure quality medical care. During periods of high activity or in the face of an emergency, it is important to easily access an Anesthesia Supply Cart which houses the necessary anesthesia products in an organized manner.
Our mobile monitoring and treatment stations, for use in anaesthesia and intensive care, allow transport of patients around the medical unit without disconnection from medical equipment, with a maximum level of safety, and low workload and costs.
Each of our mobile Anesthesia Workstation Carts is crafted with longevity and convenience in mind. These Anesthesia Workstations permit custom configuration of drawers and accessories to meet your hospital needs. We add security to these mobile cart solutions with a secondary access requirement such as ID Badge card reader or optical bar code scanner and cart user audit.
Our Anesthesia Carts offer the latest design and the latest technology to meet the unique requirements of anesthesia professionals.
Anesthesia Workstation Self-Locking Features and Options
Keyless access with automatic relocking
User-defined relocking time delay of 1-99 minutes
LED to indicate cart battery status
Secondary access requirement available as option
Bar code card access
Mag stripe card access
Proximity badge reader
User Audit Tracking: Stores over 2,000 user events and records time/date information on the cart user. Information is easily reviewed via software loaded onto laptop PC and downloaded from cart. This feature also permits the use of over 99 unique access codes.
Medication Security on Anesthesia Workstations on Wheels
Question: Can an anesthesia workstation containing medication be left unlocked in an OR suite between cases?
Answer: Joint Commission requires that if the individual operating room is part of a larger OR unit that is manned at all times in a fashion which monitors access to the operating room and assures constant surveillance of the anesthesia cart to prohibit access by unauthorized individuals - locking of the cart between cases would not be required.
After hours when the OR unit is not manned in a like manner, the carts must be properly secured. Whether the carts are locked or unlocked, they must be stored in a secured area which prohibits access and tampering by unauthorized individuals (e.g., in a separate locked room or in the secured OR unit where unauthorized access is prohibited.)