- Electric Suction System: The trolley is equipped with an electrically powered suction system, eliminating the need for manual pumping. The electric suction pump generates the necessary negative pressure for effective suctioning.
- Double Suction Canisters: The trolley is designed with two suction canisters, which allows for simultaneous or alternate use. Having two canisters increases the capacity for fluid collection and ensures continuity of the suctioning process.
- Adjustable Vacuum Levels: The electric suction system typically offers adjustable vacuum levels, allowing healthcare providers to regulate the suction strength based on the specific needs of the procedure and the patient.
- Easy-to-Use Controls: The trolley features user-friendly controls and display panels, enabling healthcare professionals to adjust suction settings and monitor the system easily.
- Mobility: The trolley is mounted on sturdy wheels, making it easy to move around the medical facility. Locking mechanisms ensure stability during use.
- Integrated Power Supply: The trolley is powered by an integrated electrical power supply, eliminating the need for external power sources during operation.
- Overflow Protection: The suction canisters are equipped with overflow protection features, preventing fluid from reaching the suction pump and ensuring the safety and longevity of the device.
- Compact and Durable Construction: The trolley is constructed with durable and easy-to-clean materials, ensuring a long lifespan and ease of maintenance.
The Electric Double Suction Trolley is used in various medical settings, including:
- Operating Rooms: During surgeries and procedures where efficient and continuous suctioning is required.
- Intensive Care Units: To assist with airway management and secretion removal in critically ill patients.
- Emergency Departments: For quick and effective suctioning during emergency situations.
- Post-Anesthesia Care Units: To aid in the recovery of patients after surgery and ensure clear airways.
- Respiratory Care Units: For patients requiring suctioning due to respiratory conditions or complications.