The Schyns Q100 intensive mobile system renders a flexible and location-independent use for patient care possible, particularly for oxygen supply. It has been especially conceived for the use of ventilators in emergency care situations, such as e.g. SARS-CoV-2 / Covid-19.
Due to the medical intensive care unit Schyns Q102-2 mounted to a transport system a norm-compliant and safe care of a patient needing e.g. ventilation is secured as required by the medical product law. The system is suitable for auxiliary emergency clinics, tent hospitals as well as converted normal care wards. It can be operated self-sustainingly with oxygen cylinders or connected to the central gas supply.
Following our traditional two-year rhythm we will display new and established products at the “medica, world forum of medicine”, held between 13 - 16. November 2017. We would like to invite you to visit us in hall 14 / A64. Please consider that the medica will be from Monday to Thursday like in the last years.
Schyns Medizintechnik was awarded the Rheinland-Palatinate Design Prize 2013 for its Q100 medical supply unit. This was one of only 6 prize winners and 6 further awards. The prize was ceremoniously awarded in Koblenz castle on 26.11.
The jury member Christian Scholz (Designzentrum Rhein-Neckar) said of the Q100:
„The structured design and its realization; ergonomic details such as the automatic light tone adjustment over the course of the day and the incorporation of medical accessories (no tools required) are highly convincing. Its clear design satisfies all medical requirements without making an overly clinical impression. […] The balance achieved between practicality and well-being is an example of a high level of design.“
We are very pleased to receive such recognition.