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Motorola Advances Healthcare Mobility With New Enterprise Digital Assistant
Date:9/15/2010

er comfort, the MC75A0-HC streamlines clinical workflows by enabling mobile workers to access patient information, accurately administer medication, monitor patient vital signs, place pharmacy and lab orders, collect and track specimens, administer blood transfusions, access test results and more. This can all be done in a matter of seconds, anywhere inside the healthcare facility, providing the power to support virtually all point-of-care applications and meet patient safety goals without the introduction of additional paperwork. With its revolutionary image-based, data-capture technology, the MC75A0-HC EDA delivers unparalleled performance on every 1D and 2D bar code providing the ability to electronically capture and instantly transmit virtually any type of data from patient bedside right to hospital business systems. And with a 3.2 megapixel autofocus color camera, Motorola's newest mobile healthcare solution enables easy capture of high-resolution photographs, video footage and documents to improve operational efficiencies and enhance clinical insight.

The new MC75A0-HC is built to withstand the rigors of the modern clinical environment, as its disinfectant-ready housing is designed to withstand regular exposure to the harsh cleaning agents commonly used in infection-control procedures to prevent the accidental spread of germs and diseases. Its design also incorporates blue-and-white coloring to complement other medical solutions at the point of care. In addition, the MC75A0-HC EDA incorporates Motorola MAX Rugged features to ensure reliable performance despite drops and spills often experienced in healthcare environments. With MIL-STD 810G and IEC specifications for drop, tumble and sealing, the device can withstand five foot drops to concrete and exposure to water and dust – reducing repair requirements and downti
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