Doctors are filthy. Half the time they have their hands inside various body orifices and the the other half they are touching everything in sight. Sure they wash their hands regularly, but germs are still everywhere. And it isn’t just doctors. Hospitals are cesspools of bacteria and germs.
The Toshiba Rx tablet from designer Geoffrey Cooper can help. It’s a portable electronic replacement for a nurse’s clipboard. The touchscreen tablet lets them instantly document cases on the go and facilitates quick diagnosis and communication. The Rx tablet has a docking station and a keyboard for those times when you are actually sitting and the dock also functions as the charging unit, which is made in a single piece of removable and washable rubber that makes the tablet easy to clean.
That should help with germs as well as making everything more efficient.