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Carts, Filing

Definition : Carts designed for filing and local transport of documents (e.g., folders, charts, cards, radiographic film). These carts typically consist of an open or enclosed structure made of metal, glass, plastic, wood, or a combination of these materials and may include drawers, shelves, and doors. The structure is mounted on medium-sized (e.g., 7.5 to 10.0 cm/3 to 4 in in diameter) wheels that are usually an integral part of the cart. Filing carts are available in many different configurations and sizes; many carts are manufactured to store some particular type of document such as standard letter or legal paper, cards (e.g., medical records, library). Filing carts dedicated to storage of a particular medium such as radiographic film, large-sized documents (e.g., blueprints) or hanging folders, audio or video cassettes, and compact discs are also available. They are used in clinical and non-clinical areas of the healthcare facility, including intensive care units, patient rooms, physician's offices, pharmacies, and clinical laboratories.

Entry Terms : "Filing Carts"

UMDC code : 27856


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Infab Corp

Infab Corporation has been an innovator and leader in the radiation protection industry since our inception in 1981. The core purpose of Infab has always been to produce superior radiation protection equipment and provide the best customer service in the industry. We have built our entire company around these values. There is no better testament to our success than the satisfied and protected healthcare professionals we serve.

Medical Resources

Medical Resources has been involved in the start up of numerous ASC's with services ranging from supplying, installation, biomedical certification and staff training. We work closely with physicians, developers and equipment planners to provide quality medical equipment and furnishings.

Merry X-Ray Corp

Merry X-Ray Corporation (MXR) has earned a reputation as the "Go To" distributor for all of your X-Ray imaging needs. The acquisition of SourceOne Healthcare Technologies in November of 2005 has allowed MXR to provide services to all 48 contiguous states, as well as Hawaii and Alaska, making MXR the largest distributor of X-Ray equipment nationwide.

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