With the devices from WEINMANN Emergency he can tell that people in product development call on their practical experience. On top of that, the cooperation with WEINMANN Emergency is "give and take – true teamwork."People from WEINMANN Emergency can regularly be found in the RKiSH ambulances, where they can see how everything runs.
Thanks to his long-term relationships and his expertise, Kube can share the demands he has on the devices with product development. "We have backpacks for complete airway management," he explains, "and needed a hose to the device. WEINMANN simply said, ’Sure, we‘ll develop it,‘ and asked ’how long should it be?‘ Now we have an extra hose with the right connector for every device. Connect, click, and you‘re done." The basic configuration for MEDUMAT Transport in use by RKiSH was developed with the organization‘s medical director, pre-programmed and installed on all devices.
Reliability and intutitve operation are high on Kube‘s list of requirements. "MEDUMAT Transport has two operating settings: ’OFF‘ and ’Standby’. When the device is set to ’Standby’, you get air in the patient within ten seconds. You cannot get lost in the menu. It has a large, clear display. Someone who knew what he was doing was at work there." The highest compliment that occurred to Kube spontaneously came from an emergency doctor. "He told me he didn‘t know anything about MEDUMAT Transport when he responded to an emergency, but found the device was as easy to use as an iPhone."
All things considered, Kube summarizes that everything is just right at WEINMANN Emergency – the devices and the service. "In purchasing, the technical department or service," says Kube, "no matter where you look: It‘s a great way to work!"