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Mobile Computing Carts Leader to Release New Clinical Computer Cart
Date:11/11/2008

Leader in mobile computing and medication carts unveils TX11: a mobile computing cart designed to accommodate most laptop models.

Columbus, OH (PRWEB) November 11, 2008 -- The Columbus, OH based medical product developer, Artromick, announced that they are set to release the newest in their line of mobile computing carts: the TX11 Medserver. While all Artromick mobile computer carts allow hospitals to fully mobilize their clinical software platforms, the TX11 takes the computer on wheels to a whole new level of functionality. The Artromick TX11 mobile hospital computer cart is designed to exclusively optimize the use of laptops, giving the hospital a flexible solution to utilize their preferred brand and model.

"We are very happy with the overall design and functionality of the TX11," said Artromick president, Paul C. Guth. "The TX11 is among the most innovative tools for acute care medication management available in the industry today. This computer cart makes all aspects of managing medications and clinical documentation in the hospital more efficient, especially for electronic medication administration records (EMAR)."

The TX11 mobile computing workstation provides the ideal tool for point-of-care data management. This workstation features a lightweight body which is easy to maneuver. It is designed to accommodate most laptop computing models, including leading laptop brands such as HP, Dell, Motion Computing, Panasonic, IBM and Toshiba. This, combined with its increased storage capacity, makes the TX11 versatile for nearly any hospital setting: from providing support in the emergency room as and ADT vehicle, to remaining bedside as a medication cart and EMAR workstation for hospital patients.

The TX11 mobile computer carts are also security smart. This workstation features keyless entry with automatic relocking, as well as secondary security options. The keyless drawer lock ensures that patient medications and supplies are secure, providing access only to authorized clinicians. The TX11 hospital computer carts come standard with this advanced medication security feature, further optimizing medication control and management in the hospital.

In addition to exceptional security features, the Artromick TX11 provides an advanced power management system which optimizes battery run times. The TX11 Medserver has also earned high praise for ease of use and maneuverability by featuring a compact, 18" wide footprint. Nurse workflow is made easier by taking the organization and security of the medication administration process to the point of care, further increasing efficiency to reduce medication errors.

About Artromick International, Inc.

Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Artromick develops and markets a comprehensive line of mobile computing carts, medication control systems and healthcare technology solutions for long-term and acute care providers worldwide. For more information, please contact Artromick at (800) 848-6462 or visit http://www.artromick.com.

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