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Bender launches critical care area touchscreen technology


The latest glass touch-screen monitoring and control solutions, from Bender, provide a convenient, central interface enabling staff to effectively control theatre equipment functions and receive alerts within the operating, recovery or critical care area.


The intense pressure faced by critical care medical staff working hard to maintain patient care standards against a background of staff shortages and budget tensions makes it vitally important that the technical systems on which they rely operate effectively and are user-friendly. Touch screen control and alert panels


are one of the innovative healthcare tools designed by Bender to help critical care staff to do their jobs more effectively, bridging the gap between technology, theatres and users. Glass touch COMTRAXX CP9xx series


monitoring and control solutions provide a central interface point where medical staff can control theatre equipment functions and receive alerts within the operating, recovery or critical care area. The panels provide easy future-proof


integration of connected systems in a single interface panel that is also capable of connecting to the hospital’s wider network. The CP9 provides at-a-glance status checks on critical services such as power supplies and medical gases, and intuitive control of functions including air conditioning, ultra-clean ventilation systems and lighting.


Designed in Bender GmbH’s centre


of excellence in Germany, the new generation of control and alert panels are adaptable for use across Europe. They employ proven industry-standard technology that enables the panels to be used internationally and specified to meet the requirements of different countries in terms of both statutory compliance and regional preferences for critical care locations. Bender UK’s National Healthcare


Consultant Matt Mears explains: “Our panels are simple to operate, following the path set by smartphones and tablets, so you don’t have to have a manual in one hand when you are learning how to use it. Clinical professionals want out-of-the-box ready to use solutions combined with inherent functionality to enable them to concentrate on delivering care to patients. That’s exactly what we aim to achieve with the new generation panels.”


Bender has set the standards for critical care power in Group 2 healthcare locations alongside providing complete turnkey operating theatre solutions and the supply, installation and commissioning of theatre equipment including touch screen panels, advanced Merivaara LED operating lights and operating tables, and service pendants. Previous generations of theatre


control panels have offered excellent performance, but accessing the information displayed was sometimes too complex and the information too detailed for the rapid targeted overviews needed by medical staff whose priority is patient-centred care. The CP9xx series alarm indicator and


operator panels simplify and support healthcare working methods across the international spectrum and create a user-friendly bridge between staff and installed technology. Status of operating lights is


graphically presented, while room 12 IFHE DIGEST 2020


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