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Abstract Emergency cart of the problem-Overview Postpartum hemorrhage PPH remains the leading cause of maternal morbidity and mortality worldwide. Annually an estimated 14 million cases occur with one woman dying every 4 minutes. Reduction in the number of hemorrhages has the potential to not only save lives, but improve the quality of life in childbearing women.
This is done in an attempt to streamline and improve the response time for PPHs thus preventing the associated adverse outcomes attributed to care delays. These carts were implemented for use on the Labor and Delivery, Triage, Antepartum and Postpartum units. The construction of a hemorrhage cart allows easy access to the equipment and medication required for effectively and efficiently responding in an emergent situation.
A multidisciplinary team provided valuable input on the supplies and equipment needed to properly treat an obstetrical emergency.
Additionally, staff education and training now focuses on prevention, accurate identification, and appropriate treatment of an obstetrical hemorrhage.
A sustainment effort consists of staff education and simulation drills. Pictures of the cart will be made available and shared with other facilities interested in adopting these carts.
Furthermore, incorporating these carts into combat support hospitals or other military deployed elements that provide humanitarian assistance for childbearing women.Specialized in emergency cart packages to suit your unique needs including 5 drawer emergency cart package, tall emergency cart specialty package, 5-drawer tall emergency cart specialty package, short emergency cart standard package and 6 drawer tall emergency cart standard package etc.
products available at reduced prices and many with free shipping. A crash cart or code cart (crash trolley in UK medical jargon) or “MAX cart” is a set of trays/drawers/shelves on wheels used in hospitals for transportation and dispensing of emergency medication/equipment at site of medical/surgical emergency for life support protocols (ACLS/ALS) to potentially save someone’s life.
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The device does not include any equipment used in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. (b) Classification. Class I (general controls). Procedure/supply carts are designed to help control infection control. All interior components and accessories can be removed from the cart body, making every surface—inside and out—accessible for cleaning.
Drawers can be cleaned in a washer. Surfaces can be cleaned without danger of rusting or surface damage. Emergency kits/carts are those drugs and supplies which may be required to meet the Emergency Guidelines, Policies, Procedures and Protocols 3.
Do not give anything by mouth or allow the client to resume an upright position until feeling of weakness has passed.