News | August 28, 2007

InnerSpace Expands Datel Product Offering to Include Nurse Documentation Stations

August 29, 2007 — InnerSpace Corp. announced it expanded its line of Datel brand organized storage cabinets to include nurse documentation stations.
Datel nurse documentation stations are designed to house audio, video, data storage and communications equipment required for an integrated operating suite. Various manufacturers’ electronic equipment can be accommodated, along with the flexibility of adding cabinets and accessories to meet specific needs.
Datel documentation stations are available as pre-configured units, or custom configurations are possible through the “Build-A-Documentation Station” option. Material choices include stainless steel and laminate.
Units can be designed with the tall equipment tower on the left or right, leaving room for additional storage cabinets and accessories that improve workflow. A large pull-out work surface provides space for keyboards and other input devices while positioning the nurse clinician so that they can view the procedure.
Vented doors, open cabinet backs and cord pass-throughs are standard on every documentation station. Equipment towers are equipped with a lower pull-out shelf that provides easy access to wiring and equipment and reduces the time required for set-up and maintenance.
Optional accessories include slope tops, task lights, key locks and power strips. Finished ends are available for laminate units. The stations can be integrated with other InnerSpace modular storage.

For more information: www.innerspacecorp.com

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