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Emergency Trolley
Jul 04, 2018

A Crash cart or emergency trolley consisting of trays, drawers, shelves on wheels used in hospitals and dispensing of emergency medication or equipment at site of medical or surgical emergency for life support protocols, Tools and drugs for patient, monitor, defibrillator, suction device etc. Emergency Mobile Medical Carts are durable and built to withstand the harsh environments of emergency rooms and trauma centers. Emergency Mobile Medical Carts are vital in providing organized storage of medical supplies in order to efficiently and effectively treat patients during emergency situations.

Any environment in which a patient may unexpectedly experience a medical emergency needs to have the equipment to deal with that emergency efficiently. That's the job of a crash cart. A crash cart contains the equipment and medications that would be required to treat a patient in the first thirty minutes or so of a medical emergency. Although crash carts can differ somewhat depending upon their location, the basic crash cart will contain similar equipment. Emergency Carts, Code Carts and Crash Carts for storing supplies needed in an emergency.

What is an emergency crash cart? Emergency crash carts are movable carts or similar conveyances carrying supplies and equipment for the management of medical emergencies. Doctors are able to respond quickly to incidents with a well equipped emergency crash cart. Emergency crash carts can hold a variety of supplies according to your facility emergency needs. Anything from wound care to cardiopulmonary resuscitation equipment can be stored and transported easily on an emergency crash cart.

Who needs a crash cart? Any facility that treats patients who have the potential to have a sudden deterioration in their condition should have a crash cart available. State regulatory agencies require certain facilities to have a crash cart, but they are recommended for many more. This would include hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, urgent care centers, and all centers where conscious sedation is performed. Nursing homes who provide treatment for patients in cardiac arrest until EMS arrives would also have a need for a crash cart. Physician offices who perform certain diagnostic testing such as cardiac stress testing or stress echocardiogram also must have a crash cart available.


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