Initi Mobile Computing MedServer

Feb. 1, 2007
The Initi Mobile Computing MedServer from Artromick combines mobile computing workstation features with medication cart security and organization for point-of-care medication administration. The MedServer features an integrated computer with Intel Pentium M Processor, 17-inch high resolution LCD flat panel monitor and 10/100 Ethernet or integrated Intel wireless connectivity. An integrated power conditioning system has a sealed lead acid battery with 42 amp hours for extended run times, and an LCD battery status display for monitoring the more than eight hours of cordless mobile computing. Modular patient bins and storage drawers come in a variety of sizes and the full size 104-key keyboard is mounted on a retractable tray. A privacy/power saving quick clear button, keyless access with auto relocking, as well as advanced medication and wireless remote security control ensure efficient and safe administration. The ergonomically designed unit has a compact 18-inch footprint, expansive work surface, PowerLift height adjustment and swivel casters with two of the four lockable. The MedServer is available with a variety of peripherals and options.

Artromick International Inc., Columbus, Ohio.
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