From the Emergency Room to Med/Surg, Safely



Operationally Necessary Equipment

TSK Products looks for cost savings that provide operational excellence. With today's daily changes to the business environment, our challenge is to provide equipment to preserve and protect our customers' resources through careful equipment selection which can be deployed effectively through changes in treatment regimens, scheduling challenges, and medical demands. When possible we will look to supply ONE piece of equipment that services to increase facility flexibility and adaptability.

Transport Recliners

TSK Products works with manufacturers to bring features to multi-functional recliners that provide and ensure Safety and Comfort to our customers and their patients. We concentrate on Powered Recliners because:

  • Improved steering casters and locking mechanisms for safer access;

  • With a hand pendant, the patient can control their own positioning and therefore comfort;

  • Staff can focus on the value-added work they are responsible for and have time  with the patient to do activities other than manual lifting;

Other features that affect Safety and Comfort:​

  • Swing out arms eliminate lifting, reducing lower back strains;

  • Overlap tables provide a perfect surface for a pleasant food break or an entertainment on a tablet;

  • A USB charging port keeps that tablet running throughout treatment;

  • Anti-microbial fabric with silver woven into the fibers helps kill germs in high touch areas.

UV Disinfection

TSK Products engineers worked with UV-C disinfection well before it came to healthcare. Our experience plus the challenges of disinfection in an area, continually populated, often with ill people, gave us the product guidelines for providing Infection Control safely:

  • the product must be reliable;

  • it must be priced so it can be deployed everywhere it's needed;

  • it must be powerful enough to kill microbes in the most restrictive production cycle;

  • It should be fixed and not mobile, where possible

 Permanently mounting a device in an area that is continually at risk of contamination (i.e., bathrooms) solved that problem.  The Asept.1 Max was programmed so that it delivered a dose of UV-C that could kill germs even if they were regularly deposited by patients by lighting safely an area after each use.