CLINICAL APPLICATIONS

Hybrid Theatres

Enhancing Safety And Improving Workflow

Starkstrom Is Continuously Working Towards Enhancing Safety And Improving Workflow In The Operating And Diagnostic Environment To Help Clinicians Apply Their Expertise Under The Best Possible Conditions. The Ultimate Aim Is To Have Better Patient Outcomes With Improved Turnaround Times, Helping The Hospital Facility Save Costs And Patients Return ...

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Maternity

Enhancing Safety And Improving Workflow

Maternity Units Provide Care For Women And Their Families During Pregnancy, Labour And After The Birth Of Their Baby. In Order To Provide This Service Three Areas Are Typically Built – Antenatal Care (includes Room For Antenatal Clinic, Ultrasound Room, Pregnancy Assessment Room), Birth (birthing Rooms, Obstetrics Theatres), Post-Natal And Neonatal Care...

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Endoscopy Unit

Enhancing Safety And Improving Workflow

Endoscopy Units Are Usually Dedicated Areas Within A Hospital Where Medical Procedures Take Place With An Endoscope, A Thin Flexible Camera, To Examine Certain Parts Of The Digestive System And Understand The Cause Of Gastrointestinal Symptoms. Following Diagnosis, Appropriate Treatments Can Be Given. Procedures Performed May Include...

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Operating Room

Enhancing Safety And Improving Workflow

Starkstrom Is Continuously Working Towards Enhancing Safety And Improving Workflow In The Operating Room To Help Clinicians Apply Their Expertise Under The Best Possible Conditions. The Ultimate Aim Is To Have Better Patient Outcomes With Improved Turnaround Times, Helping The Hospital Facility Save Costs And Patients Return Safely To Their Homes.

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Critical Care Unit

Enhancing Safety At The Bedside

Patients In The Critical Care Unit (CCU), Sometimes Called Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Or Intensive Therapy Unit (ITU), Have Illnesses Or Need To Recover From Surgery That Requires Close And Constant Supervision By Specially Trained Healthcare Professionals. Patients Require Intensive Treatment And Close Monitoring Through Sophisticated Medical Equipment.

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Recovery

The Recovery Room, Sometimes Called The Post-Anaesthesia Care Unit (PACU), Is An Area Where The Patient Is Taken To After Surgery To Safely Regain Consciousness From Anaesthesia And Receive The Appropriate Post-operative Care. It Is Usually Located Near The Operating Room – Either As Bay Areas Or Private Rooms. Medical Devices Are Required To Closely Closely Monitor The Patient’s Vital Signs As The Effects Of The Anaesthesia Wears Off. Patients May Be Disorientated ...

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Patient Transfer

Enhancing Safety And Improving Workflow

Patient Transfer Typically Has Three Stages In The Hospital Environment: Preparation For Transfer (before); Physically Transporting The Patient (during); Handover Of Patient To The Receiving Clinical Staff (handover). Starkstrom Provides Patient And Equipment Trolleys To Transfer The Patient And Relevant Equipment For A Smooth And Safe Handover.

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General Wards

Enhancing Safety And Improving Workflow

General Wards Receive Patients From The Intensive Care Unit Or Acute Medical Unit. This Means That Patients Are A Step Closer From Being Critically Ill To Recovering. Patients Are Still Monitored - Though Less Intensively Than In The Critical Settings - By Medical Staff So The Patient Bay Area Still Needs Access To Certain Medical Services And Equipment. Nurse Call ...

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Day Surgery

Enhancing Safety And Improving Workflow

Day Surgery Units Within Hospitals Allow Patients To Undergo Surgery Or A Procedure And Be Discharged Home On The Same Day. Using Either General Or Local Anaesthesia, Many Types Of Surgery Can Be Performed Including General Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Urology, Gynaecology, Ear Nose And Throat, Oral Surgery, Ophthalmics And Dermatology. Starkstrom ...

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Accident & Emergency

Enhancing Safety And Improving Workflow

The Accident And Emergency (A&E) Department – Sometimes Called Emergency Room (ER) Or Casualty Department – Is An Area Within A Hospital Specialising In Emergency Medicine Which Is The Acute Care Of Patients Who Present Themselves Without A Prior Appointment Either By Themselves Or Via An Ambulance. Due To The Unplanned Nature Of Patients ...

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Mortuary

Improving Workflow

A Mortuary Or Morgue Within A Hospital Is Used To Store Human Corpses Awaiting Identification, Awaiting Transfer To An Examination Room For An Autopsy Or Disposal By Burial Or Cremation. Appropriate Lighting Is Required To See The Corpses Clearly And Suitable Trolleys To Transfer To The Required Location.

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