Wireless Headset System for Cardiac Cath Labs


Wireless headsets for Cardiac Cath LabsQuail Digital is an excellent wireless headset system for Cardiac Cath Labs because of advanced noise-cancellation technology which reduces background noise levels significantly. This feature enables your team to communicate with crystal-clear sound. Plus, because the headsets are wireless, there are no cords to limit mobility, enabling your team to move freely within range of the base station.

The Quail Digital wireless headset system for Cardiac Cath labs allows your clinical team to whisper, if desired, for patient comfort; because some procedures in the Cath Lab involve patients who are still conscious. This feature is a real plus because there is no need to raise voices to communicate between the procedure room and control room.

Featuring scalability, you maintain the ability to have multiple systems working side-by-side with no interference from other hospital equipment.

With a traditional intercom system, the ability to communicate between the procedure room and control room in Cath labs can be compromised if the ventilation system or other equipment such as large monitors procedure room intercom
are so loud that it makes it difficult for clinical team members to hear each other. Because the Quail Digital wireless headset system does not operate with an external overhead microphone (like a traditional intercom system), staff communications will be much clearer, resulting in less repeating of instructions and questions which should lead to more productive and efficient procedures.

These wireless headsets only cover one ear and are very lightweight and comfortable.   In addition, they feature a long battery life with up to 7 hours of continuous talk time on a single charge.

There are two modes of operation for the headsets. The first mode, “Talk-Lock” is for scrubbed in personnel. The second mode, “Push-to-Talk”, is recommended for staff members working in the Control Room.

Plus, Quail Digital is a perfect tool for TAVR cases, featuring the ability to facilitate up to 12 people communicating on the same channel.