You can arrange the drawers according to how often you use those supplies, or in the way that suits you better. You even can includedividers and reorganize the internal configuration.
Supplies that keep your treatment cart well-stocked
In addition to including equipment like gloves holders, waste bins, and sharp containers, the following supplies are a must-havein your treatment cart:
- Antiseptic supplies
- Dressings and special dressings (healing, hydrocolloids…)
- Kidney tray
- Disposable scalpel
- Sticking plaster
- Hydroalcoholic gel
- Sterile gloves
- Hat for healthcare staff
- Scalpel blades
- Disposable syringes
- Tubular mesh
- Surgical mask
- Scalpel handles
- Tweezers (Tissue clips, towel clips…)
- Needle carrier
- Physiological saline serum
- Spare parts of medical supplies
What difference does the treatment cart make from other types of carts?
Treatment carts are common to see, because they are moretypically used in hospitals and health centers. Treatment carts are used by healthcare providers to move medical supplies as they make their rounds of checking on patients, whether in a hospital or any center. These carts facilitate the tasks of nursing and geriatric staff.
However, there are other types of carts that are used in a specific area of a hospital, nursing home or any health center An example is our crash cart, where the purpose is to concentrate all the supplies and equipment necessary to carry out any cardiopulmonary resuscitation technique.