Some employees regularly spend a lot of time with the devices, work with them intensely and get to know their functions in detail so they can use them with confidence, Sander explains. "And others simply do not. We want to close the gap."
The challenge lies in giving everyone confidence in handling the device. Sander is banking on close collaboration with product specialists from WEINMANN Emergency. "I think we‘ll get together again and develop an advanced training session together. We have very good contact." He knows that WEINMANN Emergency employees are people who have experience in emergency medical care. "WEINMANN purposely developed those skills. It is the only company that signed up for advanced training with us in order to keep employees up to date."
"The standards function well," says Sander, "and the device is really well made. At a glance you can call up the basic functions without any stress." He noted that the switch from use with an adult to a child works very smoothly.
"It‘s also possible," he added, "to go back to the basic settings when you notice that something is not having the desired effect on the patient or even slips away."
"That", says Sander, "simply gives security."