The Motion C5 is a tablet computer designed for nurses, a rough-and-tumble, easily cleaned device that's meant to help keep track of patient records and record symptoms while on rounds. It should make organizing patients and getting info to doctors without the mess and confusion of paper. It uses fun stuff like wireless connectivity to update patient records, RFID for easy sign-in, bluetooth for getting vital signs from nearby machines, and a digital camera for, well, taking pictures.

It looks like a pretty sweet upgrade for hospital staff, one that will improve efficiency and make nurses' lives easier.


Product Page [via MedGadget]