A Medical Operation Connection Transportation Trolley is a specialized medical device used in healthcare settings to transport patients during and after medical procedures. It is designed to provide a safe and comfortable means of transferring patients from one location to another within a medical facility. The trolley is equipped with various features to ensure the patient’s stability, convenience, and overall safety during transportation.
- Sturdy Construction: The transportation trolley is built with a robust and durable frame to support the weight of patients and medical equipment.
- Padded Surface: The trolley’s surface is often padded with a comfortable and easy-to-clean material, providing a soft and hygienic resting place for the patient.
- Safety Rails: The trolley is equipped with safety rails or side guards to prevent the patient from accidentally rolling or falling off during transportation.
- Height Adjustment: Many transportation trolleys have an adjustable height feature, allowing healthcare professionals to customize the trolley’s height for easy patient transfer and to match the bed or medical equipment’s height.
- Wheel Locks: The trolley is fitted with wheel locks to secure it in place when stationary, ensuring stability during patient transfer and treatment.
- IV Pole and Attachments: Some trolleys come with an IV pole or attachment points to secure medical equipment, such as intravenous (IV) lines and monitoring devices, during patient transportation.
- Intra-hospital Patient Transfer: Medical Operation Connection Transportation Trolleys are commonly used to transfer patients within a hospital or medical facility, such as from an operating room to a recovery area or to different departments for various medical procedures.
- Post-Surgery Recovery: After surgical procedures, patients may be transported on the trolley to the recovery area while they are still under the influence of anesthesia.
- Emergency Situations: In emergency cases, the trolley provides a quick and stable means to transport patients from the emergency department to other areas of the hospital for further evaluation and treatment.
- Radiology and Imaging: Patients may be transported on the trolley to radiology or imaging departments for diagnostic tests, such as X-rays, CT scans, or MRIs.
- Bedside Procedures: The trolley can be used for bedside procedures and treatments, allowing healthcare professionals to bring medical equipment and supplies directly to the patient’s location.
- Intensive Care Units (ICU): In intensive care settings, the trolley facilitates the safe transfer of critically ill patients between different units or for specialized procedures.