Lifelines Neuro’s Critical Care Cart System is designed for easy deployment and quick set up in a hospital or clinic, wherever and whenever it’s needed.
The system is built around a highly mobile, lightweight, yet sturdy cart. Its small footprint makes it ideal for manoeuvring into tight places where space is at a premium.
At the heart of the system is a 15″ anti-microbial, medical grade touchscreen computer. It can run on batteries for at least five hours and comes loaded with iEEG software.
The display mount tilts to provide a better viewing angle and can be adjusted to a comfortable height for the EEG Tech, clinician or nurse. It is held firmly in place on a VESA mount.
Above the monitor is the PTZ camera with optical and digital zoom, mounted to the rear on a height-adjustable pole.
The width-adjustable mount below the display is tailor-made to accept Lifelines Neuro’s R40, T4 or T4A amplifiers. Currently, for hospital EEG, we recommend using the excellent R40 which offers bluetooth, WiFi or PC connectivity.
Incereb Neon Electrode Array Kits can also be used with the R40 in the NICU or ER. Their quick and easy set up means, in an emergency, they can be deployed by the nurse or clinician, if an EEG technologist isn’t available.
Mounted on the rear of the column is a medical grade PSU and at the front is a bin that also functions as a handle to pull the cart behind you as you navigate tight spaces on its easy-glide wheels. The bin also has a cable hook to the rear for easy cable management. Below this is a handy wire basket basket for supplies.
Once you have the cart in position, lock the wheels to provide a solid base to work from.