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Enovate Announces New Customizable Enovate Lite Medical Cart Series
Date:2/14/2010

Enovate releases a new customizable, light weight, and simple cart series for hospitals, clinics, and private practices.

Ferndale, MI (PRWEB) February 14, 2010 -- Today Enovate announced the release of the Enovate Lite Medical Cart series, a new line of medical computer carts designed to be simple, light-weight, and cost effective solution. From emergency and operating rooms to radiology labs and nurse stations, each of the three carts within the Enovate Lite Medical Cart series is invaluable within the healthcare environments for hospitals, clinics, and private practices.


The Lite Series includes carts with three different work surfaces, including the CompactLite cart (for smaller work areas), the StandardLite cart, and the UltraLite. Regardless the work surface type, each cart provides the perfect marriage of simplicity and mobility, making it easy to access patient data when it’s needed and how its needed—anywhere, anytime.

"While Enovate has produced a number of high-quality, high-tech medical cart solutions for the hospital environment, we began to see an increasing need for a highly-customizable mobile work station that could be optimized for portability," said Ron Sgro, CE0 and Co-Founder. “Our Enovate Lite Medical Carts are the perfect option for caregivers seeking a non-powered, cost effective, lightweight solution."

Each cart within the Enovate Lite Medical series is made in the USA and offers configurations with multiple shapes, surfaces and sizes for maximum comfort and customization. While four different work surface types are available, the UltraLite offers the widest range of features including:

 

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