Posts tagged 'CrashCart'

In Case of Emergency ???

Is your Emergency Supply List Due for a Checkup?  Are you Opening up a New facility?

Emergencies can strike at any time, and being prepared is the key to ensuring the safety and survival of the patients that are in your care and the staff that are working. One important aspect of emergency preparedness is having a well-stocked emergency supply cart. But simply having a stocked cart is often not enough; it is equally important to regularly check and update the supplies in your cart and to check your AED defibrillators to ensure that they are still in good condition and adequate for your needs.

If you haven't checked your emergency supply cart recently, now is the time to do it.

Here are some steps to help you review and update your emergency supplies:

  1. Keep it organized: Organize your emergency supplies in a way that makes them easy to access and use. Store them in a designated location that is easily accessible in case of an emergency.
  2. Keep it up to date: Once you have reviewed and updated your emergency supply cart, make a plan to regularly check and update it. Consider setting a reminder on your calendar to check it at least once a year.

An emergency can happen at any time, and it is crucial to be prepared. Taking the time to review and update your emergency supply cart and defibrillators because they can make all the difference in an emergency situation. Don't wait until it's too late. Check your cart today and make sure that you have the supplies that you need and that your batteries and pads for your defibrillators are up to date and not expired!

1 year ago
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Carts Just Got Easier to Find!

Online shopping for medical and radiology accessories has become increasingly popular over the years, and for good reason. It's convenient, fast, and you can find just about anything you're looking for with a few clicks of a button. However, sometimes finding what you need can be a challenge, especially when it comes to finding the right product category. That's why we're excited to announce that we've added 11 new subcategories to our website to make finding medical carts easier than ever before.

Whether you're in the market for a new emergency cart, a utility cart, or a stainless steel storage cart, we've got you covered. Our new subcategories make it easy to browse through our selection of carts and find exactly what you need in a matter of minutes. Here's a rundown of the new categories we've added:

  1. Anesthesia Carts
  2. Computer & Workstation Carts
  3. Emergency & Crash Carts
  4. Isolation Carts
  5.  Linen Carts
  6. MRI Carts
  7. Pediatric Carts
  8. PVC Carts
  9. Phlebotomy Carts
  10. Stainless Steel Carts
  11. Utility Carts

With these new subcategories, you can easily narrow down your search and find the perfect cart for your needs. Plus, our website is designed to be user-friendly, so you can quickly and easily navigate through our categories and subcategories without any hassle.

At our website, we pride ourselves on providing our customers with high-quality products at affordable prices. With our new subcategories, we're making it easier than ever before to find the right cart for your needs.  Be sure to check out our website and take advantage of our new subcategories. With our easy-to-use website and extensive selection of carts, you're sure to find exactly what you need in no time. Happy shopping!

1 year ago
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New Mini Crash Cart

Z&Z Medical is excited to add a New Mini Crash Cart to our website. Anew cart designed for the space conscious hospital or clinic to support emergent resuscitations. The Valor Mini is about one third less square footage compared to full-size Crash Carts but maintains the strength, durability, and versatility of the original. The Valor Mini is a locking cart with five fully extending drawers that optimize the storage and transportation of emergency medication and equipment for life support protocols.

Equipped with smooth rolling 4-inch Twin Wheel Casters, Easy Steer Handles, Sharps Container, Gate Lock, Cardiac Board, Oxygen Tank Holder, and Additional Key Drawer Lock. Drawers are intentionally different heights with three 3-inches deep, one 6-inches deep, and one 9-inches deep to allow for a variety of paraphernalia. Ships fully assembled. Made in the USA    

1 year ago
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Do Your AED's and Defibrillators Meet New FDA Regulations?

Due to new FDA regulations, many AEDs and defibrillators have been discontinued and are no longer FDA approved. This includes support from the manufacturer as well as production of batteries and electrodes.  These changes may affect your facility depending on what device you currently have on site. Please see the link and information below to help you confirm that your AEDs and defibrillators are FDA approved.

New FDA Approved List -

Z&Z Medical is an Authorized Dealer for ZOLL - an FDA APPROVED company for AED's and Defibrillators. If you need assistance or have any questions about your unit, batteries, or pads, please contact us via Live Chat on our website, via phone, or email us at 

2 years ago
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