Operating room care and maintenance to optimize your surgery departments up time

Operating room care

Repairs, maintenance and medical equipment planning is best delivered by a company who specializes in the up time of operating room service and support within surgical centers. Operating rooms are specifically designed for surgeons and surgical staff to perform surgical procedures that require time, patience, focus, and safety. Various pieces of equipment are required for use in the operating room. Let ERD be your professional medical equipment planner, they are vendor neutral.

 

Surgical Lights – High-quality surgical lighting is essential for performing intricate procedures in the operating room. Surgical lights are designed to provide bright white light to illuminate the surgical site and eliminate shadows, all while keeping the surgical staff cool. LED lights or halogen lights are two types of surgical lights. Surgical lighting is transitioning away from incandescent technology to LED technology due to the many benefits of LED: pure white color, less heat in the surgical field, more accurate color rendition, and improved shadow control. Recommended maintenance is 2x per year.

Operating Tables – Operating tables, also known as surgical tables, are essential to any operating room. A patient lies on the operating table during a surgical procedure. The purpose of the table is to keep the patient in place while the surgical team operates, and may aid in moving parts of the patient’s body using surgical table accessories. General operating tables are designed to perform a wide range of procedures while others are designed for specific procedures, for example orthopedic tables. Recommended maintenance is 2x per year.

Surgical Booms – Surgical Booms, also known as equipment booms or equipment management systems (EMS), are designed to constrain the electrical cords from various pieces of equipment in the OR that can lead to tripping hazards for staff. By removing the clutter from various cords, surgical booms increase the amount of working space in the operating room as well as keep the OR more sterile. Booms also provide housing for various pieces of equipment and allow that equipment to be positioned to best meet the patient and surgical team needs. As booms can come in various designs they can also be suspended from the ceiling and move easily throughout the operating room. ERD would be happy to come out and evaluated your OR space saving needs. Recommended maintenance is 2x per year.

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Surgical Displays – Minimally invasive surgery requires surgeons and surgical team members to visualize intricate patient anatomy on surgical displays. They also provide visualization of the procedure to all team members. Surgical displays, including wall displays and large format displays, mount to surgical light arms, equipment columns, or a wall and are used to display a close-up, crisp view of the surgical site. Newer surgical displays may offer high-definition or 4K visualization. ERD has experience installing and repairing your fiber optic needs as well. Recommended maintenance is 2x per year.

Operating Room Integration Systems – OR Integration is the connection of image and video in the operating room to improve workflow, procedure guidance and peer collaboration. By allowing OR equipment to communicate with each other via technology, OR integration allows OR staff to coordinate and collaborate real-time. Additionally, integration allows for remote control of multiple pieces of equipment and may decrease traffic near the surgical field. Those that may otherwise enter the surgical site may achieve further reduction in room traffic as integration allows for remote viewing and communication. This traffic reduction may decrease the risk of surgical site infections. Recommended maintenance is 2x per year.

Blanket Warmers – Blanket warmers, also known as warming cabinets, are used to store and warm intravenous (IV) fluid, linens, and blankets. Keeping fluids and linens warm for patient use help to decrease the risk of hypothermia. Maintaining normal body temperature during surgery can be challenging. This technology not only provides comfort but also serves to assist in the maintenance of normal body temperature. Normal body temperature has been linked to improved patient outcomes. Blanket warmers may have one, two or three chambers and may be mobile or stationary. Recommended maintenance is 2x per year.

Let ERD be your go to company for all your OR and surgical equipment needs.


Citing: Steris Healthcare

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