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Why does hospital need Pneumatic Tube System?

Sep 11, 20

Before discussing the Pneumatic Tube System (PTS), let's answer the following questions:

  1. How is the delivery system for blood / urine samples, etc. from the treatment room to the laboratory?
  2. How is the drug delivery system from the Pharmacy Installation to the patient care room?
  3. How is the delivery system for the blood bag from the blood bank to the operating room?

If the nurse / health worker will deliver by himself, then let's calculate how long this will take? How far is it to go? How is the safety of manually brought materials?

The obstacles that we often experience when we deliver manually include:

  1. Quite a distance. Health workers must waste energy on simple tasks that are not their essential duties.
  2. Traveling time. The length of time of delivery can cause sensitive materials to become damaged and lead to long waiting times for patients, thus reducing the Turn Around Time (TAT) of services.
  3. Waste of electricity, especially in vertical buildings that use elevators, for example, officers have to take blood samples from the room and take them to the laboratory or take drugs from the pharmacy to the room repeatedly.

We can overcome these obstacles easily using PTS.

PTS is a means of transportation for sending materials (lab samples, blood bags, medicines, etc.) from one room to another by using air power through pipelines and controlled computerized.

In seconds PTS can send the material. Speed ​​and safety have been calculated properly so as to ensure that the material sent to the destination is intact. The flexibility of PTS allows installations in buildings, between buildings and to be carried out in newly constructed buildings or in existing buildings.

The Pneumatic Tube System is a solution for institutions with high material movement, so that the delivery process can be carried out quickly, precisely, and safely.