Health is unpredictable. Be it our own, or that of a loved one – there is no way of predicting when you need a hospital’s services. When there’s plenty to keep your mind occupied, why have your phone act as a hindrance?
Running out of battery at a hospital is the last thing one needs in such a tough time. Be it to contact friends and family, or to increase communication between hospital staff – power is imperative when the lives of patients are at stake. However, access to electricity at hospitals isn’t exactly ‘risk-free.’
‘Superbugs,’ are drug resistant (i.e. cannot be fought with antibiotics) bacteria that develop mostly in frequently used areas such as doorknobs, sinks and most importantly, plug points. Not much (if any), attention is given to the cleanliness of these areas. Quite ironic when you think hospitals ensure that everything is sterilized. Due to this neglect, they act as breeding grounds for drug resistant bacteria that put patients at high risk.
Plug points are needed not only for charging our phones, but also for the operation of various hospital machinery. If not attended to, the patients, their families and the hospital staff are exposed to diseases more complex than the ones they are already fighting.
For this reason, wireless chargers can be a step towards better hygiene at hospitals. Introducing wireless chargers will reduce the dependency on plug points and their usage. They will shift from ‘frequent use’ to ‘rare use’ and substantially diminish the chances of developing superbugs. With smooth surfaces on tables that are cleansed as part of normal daily hygiene routines, anti-microbial and oleophobic layered glass, enterprise grade aluminum; our wireless chargers are designed for hygiene in tough environments. Our under-table chargers can be completely hidden inside the top surface of a table and have nothing exposed which is in contact of a person charging their device.
At WestCharge, we understand the importance of power and its access in the safest ways. Our wireless chargers have been tried and tested for safety against any kind of external damage that may be caused by them. They ensure the safety of everyone including children. No need to worry about them tripping over a wire or exploring the insides of an exposed plug point. These chargers are designed not to cause obstacles and can prevent any issue beforehand.
The chargers will not only ‘supply power’ but also reduce risks of harm to patients and facilitate mobility of hospital staff such as nurses and doctors in case of emergencies. Thus, wireless chargers are a convenient, safe and hygienic alternative for these problems.