In the latest episode of Entertainment Weekly’s The Hospital Bag, we take a look at a few hospitals that are making great use of their staff and the new equipment that has been created in recent years to make sure they’re as effective as possible.
The Hospital Box is a hospital-specific device that lets doctors and nurses use their hands to work on patients.
This device, which costs $49.99, has been around for several years and can help to alleviate the pain and discomfort caused by trauma patients.
Other hospitals, like the New York City-based Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, have been using the device for years, and now have an array of options for treating traumatic brain injury.
For the record, the device is only meant to be used for treating trauma, not to treat a patient with other injuries, such as spinal cord injuries.