Poly Lined Professional Towels
2-Ply Tissue, 1-Ply Poly lined
Blue Plastic Poly Lined Professional Towels. These standard tissue and tissue/poly-backed towels catch fluid and hold it, making them ideal for washing, wiping or draping. Available in a variety of colors. Size: 13″ x 18″.
500 Per Case
Frequently Asked Questions
What are some items needed to equip a medical treatment room?
Some recommendations for your equipment planning needs range from IV poles, mayo stands, glove dispensers, sharp containers, trash cans, and refrigerators. Disposable paper products such as poly-lined towels for the exam room are important too. Plastic poly-lined towels can also be used as a shoulder or neck drape. Poly lined towels help protect clothing and furniture from leaks.
What type of Exam Table?
The exam table has always been the biggest focal point in any exam room but getting the right exam table is a top priority for patient satisfaction. Power tables are highly recommended for new or remodeled exam rooms. Overall comfort and accessibility should be the main focus point during the purchasing process. These can be covered with poly-lined disposable towels to protect patients.
New power tables are changing the industry which strives to deliver the most efficient point of care to patients. Because the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) has enacted a number of new laws to increase patient accessibility, a power exam table that lowers to 18” should be considered.
Looking to become even more efficient each day and see more patients? Consider tables that include scales and other integrated technology which allow you to see more patients in a timely manner.
What are some Computer Stand/Cart considerations?
Now that you have a spot vital monitor and laptop/tablet to record the patient’s vitals – you will need a cart or stand for your exam room. Remember that your key ingredient to an efficient exam room is the flow and space in the room. Mobile stands or carts are a perfect way to transport your monitors and tablets right to the patient at the exam table. Eye-to-eye contact and interaction are important for your examination and have been the focal point in the design of new equipment. Poly-lined towels are durable and can be used for wiping brushes and various types of equipment.
What Storage Cabinetry is needed?
Storage cabinetry or casework along with the counter/sink area offers your exam room plenty of space for all the necessary supplies. These are definitely a basic and a must-have for all exam rooms but efficiently using the space with less bulky cabinetry is the best way to get the most out of your square footage. Your mobile cart or stand can also provide you with additional storage space for regularly used supplies.
To save even more room, there are casework configurations where the mobile cart, when not in use, fits under countersink area.
What are some Exam Stool/Guest Seating considerations?
Exam stools with wheels and preferably with soft casters to protect your flooring. Guest seating is just as important – the additional seating provides guests an area to be involved but also to keep them out of the way of the exam.
What are some options for Exam Lights?
Exam lights have always been a must for medical facilities – your decision comes down to what options you would like in your exam lights. Your options range from fiber optics to LEDs with sleek designs to save on space. Today’s lights usually never require replacement, are brighter, don’t create heat and save your facility on energy costs!
What are some types of Scales?
Some newer model exam tables come equipped with scales. These scales work great for patients with mobility issues. It’s still recommended to have a digital scale in the central area or one in each room for recording the patient’s weight. Scales are also sold for access with wheelchairs and bariatric patients.
Scales are also available that connect to your EMR to further streamline your office flow and improve accuracy.
Do I need an LCD Monitor?
As medicine becomes more technology-based, we are seeing more medical-grade LCD monitors in the non-acute setting. Some common uses now are for reviewing medical imaging and PACS (Picture Archiving Communication System). Future uses could include reviewing tests with patients, consultations with other physicians and reviewing at-home regimens or therapies. How technology will affect healthcare in the future is speculative right now but the possibilities are endless.