The inhabitants who work in the clinic reveal to us that they truly depend on the framework to rapidly get examples down to the lab. Nothing is superior to the cylinders for moving a STAT example, for example, cerebrospinal liquid from a lumbar cut, or a recurrent example for a basic lab esteem that will be expected to drive restorative basic leadership when the appropriate responses are need critically. What’s more, unmistakably the framework is designed into our medical clinic, with cylinders covered inside the dividers, interconnecting every one of the floors, labs, and working rooms.
When I hear that the framework is down, I think about the individuals entrusted with finding the obstructs and evacuating them, opening up boards in the dividers, testing the crossing point hubs, peering down the cylinders with spotlights and handyman’s snakes to find the stuck or broken cylinder. I consider broke glass phlebotomy cylinders spilling blood behind the dividers some place. I consider cracked plaque and thrombus hindering somebody’s coronary vein in an intense MI.
In any case, in the event that we were building an effective framework for moving examples today, would we utilize an air-driven cylinder covered inside the dividers, which without a doubt appears as though it’s bound to get stopped up and separate, and has substantiated itself fit for doing only that? The recurrence with which we see this alarm recommends that it’s an ideal opportunity to reexamine our example transport frameworks; similarly as we have to reevaluate the majority of the frameworks that we use in medicinal services since we’ve constantly utilized them.
I’ve expounded before on the new robots that move around the emergency clinic, conveying sustenance plate from the kitchen up to the patient floors – how this appears to be a quite smart thought on paper, however its usage – albeit particular, fun, and intriguing – has been not exactly perfect. I’ve regularly observed them stuck and humming, unfit to explore a strange obstacle in their way they are not customized to survive.