New future-proof operating theatre technology launches at Arab Health 2020

COMTRAXX CP9 from Bender creates a user-friendly bridge between theatre staff and technology

COMTRAXX CP9 will be launched at the 2020 Arab Health conference

Bender will be launching its new futureproof operating theatre control panel at Arab Health 2020 (27-30 January).

COMTRAXX CP9 product creates a user-friendly bridge between theatre staff and installed technology, providing clinical teams with a simple and intuitive method of controlling the entire theatre environment at the touch of a fingertip – including lighting, temperature and humidity, ventilation, and critical alarms.

Designed for use in hospital and sterile areas, the new CP9 range of control panels provides a technological upgrade to the hygienic touch-screen theatre control panels originally pioneered by Bender Group over 20 years ago.

Hospital teams are under intense pressures – operating in difficult environments against a background of shortages and budget cuts. And it is vitally important that the technical systems they rely on are intuitive, reliable and simple to use.

While incorporating the same functionality as existing theatre control panels, the pioneering glass touch CP9 system provides a more-customisable, intuitive and user-friendly interface – a central point where medical staff can control theatre equipment functions and receive alerts within the operating, recovery or critical care area.

The pioneering system is carefully designed to deliver high-resolution images and central touch control for all connected systems within the operating theatre.

Our new glass touch control panels are easy to operate and provide simple integration of connected systems in a single interface panel that is also capable of connecting to the hospital’s wider network

And it is easily adaptable –manufactured in-house in standard or exact customer specifications – and can be re-programmed to accommodate any future theatre equipment changes.

The panel also enables easy integration of external subsections such as charging stations for operating theatre table remote controls and intercom systems and requires minimal service interventions.

Lisa Hudson, marketing manager at Bender UK, said: “Our new glass touch control panels are easy to operate and provide simple integration of connected systems in a single interface panel that is also capable of connecting to the hospital’s wider network.

“Hospital teams are under intense pressures – operating in difficult environments against a background of shortages and budget cuts. And it is vitally important that the technical systems they rely on are intuitive, reliable and simple to use.”

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