A cousin doctor mentioned that medical carts to be beneficial must have these features:
- They have to have large work surfaces; and they should be adjusted when sitting or standing to be able to work comfortably.
- They have to be convenient when mounting monitors and accessories for ease of work and accessibility aside from being durable, secure and safe.
- They need to be easily configured and customized with varied systems and accessories.
- They need to be easily maneuvered even in a tight space.
The enumeration does not erase the fear I have about medical carts though. Instead they contribute to the feeling of uneasiness with a picture of myself given service by these equipment.