Crash cart/Emmergency trolley

Crash cart/Emmergency trolley

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A crash cart, also known as a code cart, is a wheeled cabinet or chest that contains equipment and drugs typically used in emergencies to treat patients, especially those who go into cardiac arrest. Crash carts are commonly found in hospitals, especially in emergency departments, intensive care units, and other areas where patients might experience life-threatening complications. They are designed to be easily accessible and moved quickly to where they are needed.

The exact contents of a crash cart may vary depending on the hospital or facility, but commonly included items are:

1. Medications: These may include drugs for advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) such as epinephrine, atropine, amiodarone, and others used for resuscitation and stabilization.

2. Defibrillator/Monitor: For rhythm analysis and delivering electrical shocks to revert life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias.

3. Airway Equipment: Laryngoscope (with various sizes of blades), endotracheal tubes, bag-valve-mask (BVM) devices, oral and nasal airways, and sometimes more advanced airway devices.

4. IV Access Equipment: Needles, catheters, tourniquets, syringes, and various intravenous fluids.

5. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Gloves, masks, eye protection, etc.

6. Miscellaneous Equipment: Chest decompression needles (for tension pneumothorax), suction devices, sterile gauze, and bandages.

7. Documentation: Patient care documentation forms or systems, to keep a record of interventions and medications given during the resuscitation.

8. Oxygen and Oxygen Delivery Devices: Nasal cannula, simple masks, and non-rebreather masks.

1pcs/ctn, 60X80X105cm, G. W. 45kg.