Carts, Treatment, Wound Care
Definition : Carts designed to store, display, and provide ready access to instruments (e.g., scissors, knives), materials (e.g., dressings, bandages), and drugs (e.g., alcohol, saline) needed for wound care; the top of the cart is typically used as a working surface during the procedure. These carts usually include medium or large wheels (e.g., diameter of 7.5 to 12.5 cm/3 to 5 in) and a closed stainless steel multiple drawer, shelf, or shelf/drawer cabinet-like structure; they may have hinged or sliding (either glass or metallic) doors. Some carts also include bottle racks, trays, a sponge bowl, and a pail for trash. Wound care carts are used in doctors' offices and emergency rooms in healthcare facilities to treat minor wounds; they are also used for post-surgical treatment of wounds.
Entry Terms : "Wound Care Treatment Carts"
UMDC code : 27917
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