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telephone, monitoring, etc.) A built-in fluorescent light is available. The indirect (up) and the reading (down) lights are available in single or dual lamps and use T-5 color corrected lamps with electronic ballasts (lamps are included). The Slimline is UL listed and CSA recognized. The headwall can be manufactured in accordance to NFPA, HTM2022 or DIN standards. Mirage Patient Care System The Mirage patient care system provides all the advantages of modular headwalls while maintaining a warm, comfortable appearance. In addition, like Axiom headwalls, the Mirage can be custom tailored to the needs of each room and hospital. Features Heavy duty high pressure plastic laminate or real wood surfaces available in a wide range of colors and wood grains Special pocket doors conceal services when not in use, yet are out of the way when services are needed Secondary equipment such as flowmeters, regulators, or Sphygmomanometer remains in place when the doors are closed
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41 The Wedge Patient Service Column Two fully functional headwalls in a single, freestanding unit provide flexible patient care with minimum floor space requirements. Conceived with flexible patient access and staff productivity in mind, the Wedge patient service columns comes complete with vertical equipment mounting rails on three sides, allowing hospital personnel to position ventilators, pumps, IVs, and baskets exactly where needed for each patient. Beds can be placed at whatever angle allows maximum access to the patient and best use of equipment. Two beds can be parked at the column for recovery and pre-op applications.The unique angles of the Wedge allow optimum access to one or two patients while using minimal floor space. In addition, the Wedge patient services column requires only single-point connections for medical gas and electrical services. Shipped completely pre-wired and pre-piped, the Wedge patient service columns is quickly installed and ready for use. Features Patented Unimount and Eclipse equipment rails for pumps, IVs, and baskets Communications wiring can be pre-installed Dual headwall design allows two patient service Unique angled design allows medical personnel to position the bed for access to whichever side of the patient is necessary Available in over 570 colors and textures to complement any décor Single-point connections for medical gas and electrical connections make installation simple Manufactured to fit a hospital’s specific needs Genesis Neonatal Patient Care Systems Genesis neonatal patient care systems are custom manufactured to the exact requirements of the hospital. Sample units are shown in the photographs below. We can design units to meet your specific needs, and can manufacture to the requirements of NFPA, HTM2022, or DIN requirements. All NFPA units are listed by Underwriter’s Laboratories. All units are pre-piped and pre-wired for easy installation.
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