The necessity of mobile medical carts Jul 21, 2021

Any hospital needs a medical vehicle, whether it is pediatrics, gynecology or emergency department, medical beds are essential medical equipment. The traditional medical vehicle is a simple storage system, only used to store and transport important medical supplies. However, as hospitals become more digitized and automated, the implementation of airborne computer systems is also imperative.

Including a laptop or desktop computer in a mobile medical cart has several basic purposes and adds to the overall versatility of standard hospital equipment.

Update electronic medical records timely

Mobile laptop carts enable nurses or doctors to immediately access and update electronic medical records, ensuring that correct patient information is always available at the push of a button. This is essential for providing high-quality patient care and avoiding mistakes that can have a serious impact (such as the use of incorrect medications).

It can also save time. Doctors no longer need to handwrite patient information and transfer the file to colleagues. Now, doctors can simply record all relevant information during routine visits, including patient admissions, previous medical history records, etc. This also avoids the error-prone problem of correctly interpreting the handwriting of others.

Regarding bedside diagnostic tests, the medical laptop cart also enables medical professionals to perform bedside diagnostic tests and other procedures in the ward.

Cart power

The medical laptop cart is a computer on wheels, so it needs its own power supply. Tethering the trolley to the power socket defeats the purpose of mobility: the on-board battery power of the trolley is necessary.


The height of each medical staff is different. The adjustability of the notebook medical cart can better help each medical staff adjust the cart according to their height, and can also prevent everyone from being unable to adjust the cart. Uncomfortable. Some medical carts not only have manual height adjustability, but also include electric lifting columns.

There is another use of height adjustability that has nothing to do with ergonomics: transmitting information to the patient. When doctors or nurses explain medical conditions, diagnoses, or treatment options to patients, they can adjust the height of the cart so that patients can read the information on the monitor in a comfortable bed.

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