Nov 6, 2017
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Hey all,
We're three design students in Umeå, Sweden and we're working on a design project for a company that makes equipment for anesthesia. We have visited several operations (in total over 20 operations in our class). One interesting area we want to explore is the communication between anesthesia nurses, anesthesiologists and external experts (on distance). Right now they usually use cell phones, but in one operation the cell phone was lost, in another operation the phone number (of the anesthesiologist) was on a whiteboard but it wasn't the correct number.

Did you experience similar situations? What kind of solutions are common in this area? What kind of information is crucial to share during those moments, could it be possible to share the information during the walk to the OR room?
 
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