Last week saw a brand new fleet of M9 Trauma patient trolleys arrive at Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital, part of Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

 

Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital is England’s first purpose-built specialist emergency care hospital, with emergency consultants on site 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The hospital has completed a full trolley replacement programme in ED, introducing 50 Howard Wright M9 Trauma trolleys to the department with the aim of reducing patient falls.

 

The M9 Trauma lowers...

 

The role of imaging is key to ensuring patients get appropriate care as quickly as possible. Even before the Covid-19 pandemic, radiologists have been facing year-on-year rising demand.

 

The M9 Trauma and M9 Short Stay X-Ray patient trolleys from Howard Wright are equipped with a contouring radiolucent deck for full length X-ray imaging, making them the perfect solution for use in Radiology.

 

“The trolley is ideal for typical work referred in an acute District General Hospital; chest x-rays, abdominal and pelvis x-rays”
- Diane Mcf...

The M9 Paediatric Bed is designed for children aged from 30 months onwards and fully complies with the latest and most demanding international safety standards.

Understanding the unique challenges of paediatric care was key to designing a safe and practical bed which has the added flexibility to accommodate a parent alongside their child in equal comfort. Close space siderails and a low height of just 35cm makes the M9 Paediatric Bed the perfect choice for paediatric care. A complete range of accessories is also available to customise the bed to specific requirements.

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Today we celebrate World Day for Safety and Health at work.

In a time where Covid-19 dominates the healthcare industry, the importance of occupational safety in medical settings has never been greater. Infection control has taken centre stage in recent months, but with such a high number of patients coming through the doors of hospitals, the risk of clinicians obtaining a manual handling injury has also increased.

The best way to reduce the risk, is to remove the need for staff to reposition patients manually. Howard Wright trolleys contour to a wide range of posi...

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