Griffin Survivor Medical Case is the first drop-tested-on-concrete, made-for-healthcare tablet case
- Isopropyl alcohol wipes (70%)
- Quaternary alcohol wipes
- Bleach wipes/solution (10:1 dilution)
- Activated hydrogen peroxide (0.5%)
Disinfectants used in 168-hour tests
- PDI Sani-Cloth AF3
- PDI Super Sani-Cloth (55% isopropyl alcohol)
- PDI Sani-Cloth with Bleach
Managing devices in health and aged care
We have helped our health and aged care clients are talking iPads, tablets and iPods deeper into both clinical and residential care.
- Charging stations are used to store, sync and recharge team devices to reduce the admin time and cost of a device fleet, and to reduce the footprint required to manage many devices at once. Recharging 5 to 40 devices with one powerpoint is a significant benefit in that no additional power outlets are required. Compact carts or wall mounted cabinets keep the footprint low for storing devices.
- iPad and tablet stands or wall mounting devices are keeping tablets in use for patient, staff or public use.
- Rugged laptops and tablets are used in emergency departments, ambulance, fire and police vehicles as the devices are toughed to be able to withstand drops, knocks, splashes and more.
- Venola, C.L (2014). Mobile Devices and Apps for Healthcare Professionals: Uses and Benefits. P&T, 39 (5), 354-364
- Magill SS, Edwards JR, Bamberg W, et all (2014). Multistate point-prevalence survey of health care-associated infections. New England Medical Journal. 370 (13): 1198-1208