News | March 05, 2007

Stinger Cuts the Cord: Mobile Continuous Power System Fits Clinican, IT Workflow

March 6, 2007 — Stinger Medical has developed Mobius, the only mobile continuous power system that allows clinicians to exchange power modules on the fly without interrupting workflow.

Nurses pop the lightweight power pack into a compartment at the side of the mobile workstation and are free from workflow-inhibiting charging protocols, downtime caused by power system charging and equipment in the hallways. They simply work until the power is drained, then grab another power box from the nurses’ station, replace the used system for charging and continue on their way.

Stinger’s Levitator mobile workstation features the fully integrated integriti, Alpha One all-in-one computer and the Mobius power system with Lithium technology. Lightweight, maneuverable and compact, the Levitator glides smoothly to the bedside, simplifying patient assessment and vital signs documentation.

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