Getinge’s Maquet Moduevo ceiling supply units range ensure vital utilities and equipment are easy to implement and use, and enable better organization of resources. This can help hospital staff to increase productivity and consequently decrease costs.
During surgery and intensive care, every action counts. Hospital staff need and want to focus on the patient – not on equipment and utilities. When developing Maquet Moduevo ceiling supply units, Getinge’s R&D team put themselves in the shoes of professionals to create a highly ergonomic, efficient solution that allows staff to concentrate on the patient instead of the device.
“Our Maquet Moduevo portfolio create a more streamlined workflow and help make best possible use of human and other resources. The ceiling supply units leverage space to great effect – whether in operating rooms, intensive care units, examination or recovery rooms. They are ideal for storing, handling and positioning commonly used items such as electrical cables and medical gas outlets,” tells Devin Lee, Director R&D Asia Innovation Center at Getinge.
Instead of routing along on the floor, these items can be stowed in the ceiling supply unit, reducing trip hazards and improving hygiene, which creates a safer work environment.
“A better workflow improves access to a patient's head and neck, which can make a big difference during many types of treatments. Besides, a better workflow also makes sure sufficient resources and equipment are available, shortens the patient’s stay and reduces cost for the hospital,” says Stephane Tabillon, Product Manager at Getinge.
The Maquet Moduevo workstations are simple to install, intuitive to use, and swift to configure – benefits that translate into greater productivity, efficiency and flexibility.
Getinge is just about to widen the ceiling supply unit offering with a newly developed horizontal solution to accommodate architectural constraints.
“Maquet Moduevo Bridge launches in a few weeks. Stay tuned at www.getinge.com and discover more about the entire Maquet Moduevo offering in the meantime,” concludes Stephane.