Taiwan Telegraph-If a worker wants to do his job well, he must first sharpen his tools. CHMER Group donates high-end emergency medical equipment to Zhongrong
Taichung Wing Hospital is a national medical center. In addition to responding to Taichung Covid-19 patients, it also undertakes the task of "transporting patients from the north hospital to the south." This makes the streets of Taiwan often filled with the sound of ambulance sirens passing by. There have been reports of ambulance colleagues suffering from heat exhaustion. In view of this, Taiwan's discharge equipment leader - CHMER Electromechanical Group and Shunpeng Technology today donated Taichung Rongzong mobile pocket ultrasound equipment, imaging intubation sets... and other high-end emergency equipment. We hope that front-line medical staff can use higher-end and more advanced equipment to fight this difficult epidemic.
Ultrasound is an important diagnostic tool for physicians. Although traditional ultrasound models can be moved to the bedside for operation, they are often as big as tanks. Under epidemic control, if critical patients in high-risk red areas require ultrasound intervention, machines need to be moved from non-red areas, and The entire machine needs to be cleaned before it can be returned to its original home area. The portable ultrasound received this time is so light that it can be carried in a doctor's pocket during ward rounds, and can be immediately connected to a mobile phone or tablet for operation when needed. The addition of a second or more ultrasound unit in the emergency department can solve the problem of inter-regional movement and allow patients in red areas to receive ultrasound imaging examinations earlier. Its lightweight model, in addition to high mobility, can also make disinfection more convenient. Its advantages are even more evident in acute and severe situations and during epidemic prevention periods.