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Created in Fall 2023

Software uses: Rhino, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Keyshot, Procreate, Final Cut Pro, After Effect, Keynote, Lightroom

Next Patient Transport Experience

Imagine you’re in a hospital, and there’s an ICU patient who needs to be moved fast. How long do you think that takes? And think about how many people it involves. The following is a quick 30-second video. It’s going to show you the usual way of things work in a hospital. 
With all the separate equipment and a bunch of staff members trying to coordinate. Ever wonder why it’s like this? It’s pretty hectic and stressful, right? They have to be this careful when moving a patient, holding equipments on their hands. Why?

The Idea

Create a modular bed system designed to ease the workload of ICU nurses. Aims to simplify the reorganization of tools and equipments needed for patient transport and to decrease the number of staff members required for such task.

Overall Issues with the current system

Lack of Instant Response

Current bed designs hinder rapid patient movement in critical situations, crucial for survival.

Difficulty in Transport

Traditional beds are often difficult to maneuver in narrow hospital corridors and elevators.

Time Consuming + Cluttered Spaces

Bed transport in hospitals demands extensive planning and teamwork, hindered by room overcrowding.

Interviews

Meet Javarri

We interview Javarri about the his daily life in the Henry Ford hospital as a respiratory therapist. 

Meet Claudia

I encounter Claudia who was once a paramedic but had retired and currently working as an Uber driver.

How it starts

Continue

Scenarios

Can’t transport alone…

Call his fellow nurses.

Combine.

Twist to lock.

Let’s go.

Easy to Adapt, Transform.

The guard rails are designed for instant movement and lowering, enabling quicker performance of urgent medical procedures and transfers.

The rails are designed for instantaneous movement, a much quicker, instantaneous performance for urgent medical procedures or transfers. How it really works is that for each moveable parts of MEDIT it features a blue button with an arrow icon that show direction of the movement for that specific parts. 

Even more flexible than before.

The adapt pole features multiple clamps for various uses. As shown on the right, they can hold drip bags or attach a portable monitor.

Design for low center of gravity along with 5 inch wheels will boost it’s stability for people to lean on and uses as a cane.

Height Adjust

The adapt pole is designed to extend up to 8 feet but can also be shortened and used as a cane for patients to lean on.

Infinite Possibility.

The nature of multiple clamps on the pole allows for an endless variety of combinations and a limitless capacity for carrying items.

Worried about the patient?

There are four indicator lights under the MEDIT bed; each represents a different condition of the patient on the bed. It can deliver an ease of mind to the medical professional.

Battery.

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No Need to Plan for Patient Transport.

In many cases, medical professionals need to strategize for patient transport. MEDIT beds are designed to combine in any directions, allowing everything to be transported in one piece, reducing the need for multiple nurses to handle various equipment.

With the MEDIT Bed design it allows everything to transport in one piece. How it work is simple, simply push them together, snap, twist to lock and good to go. The idea of having that twist to lock gesture is so that it can deliver an ease of mind that “now this is secure”.

Thank you and more are coming soon.

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