Common Mistakes when Choosing a Medical Case

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Don’t make these mistakes when choosing a custom medical case!

Custom cases for different industries may require different design and execution strategies, but the underlying principle remains the same. These cases must be able to protect its cargo from the various hazards in the outside world such as moisture and shocks. In the medical industry, these concerns are amplified because the cargo in these custom cases could be the difference between life and death. When you’re in an ambulance or transporting someone on a helicopter, you don’t want to worry about whether your equipment will work. Medical case design, however, can be tricky. It’s critical to avoid making mistakes when choosing a medical case for your needs. Let’s examine some of the more common mistakes that some have made.

Mistake #1: Sacrificing Quality for Cost

It sounds harmless enough at first. Why choose a custom designed medical case when you could get a one-size-fits-all model at a fraction of the cost? It’s important, though, to take a long-term view of the situation and consider the kinds of risk that come with that decision. Not having the proper medical case can lead to your equipment breaking or malfunctioning, which can lead to disaster. The quality of your medical cases could make the difference in the life or death of a patient, which carries much more significant consequences than the money you’ll save.

Mistake #2: Designing for Ideal Conditions Only

Many people make the mistake of designing a medical case while only accounting for the best environmental conditions. What about poor weather? Exposure to water? Careless drivers or handlers? Make a list of the less-than-ideal conditions your medical case might end up operating in, then use this information to design a more rugged case capable of handling them.

Mistake #3: Choosing the Wrong Materials

Aluminum and foam inserts are the best materials for medical cases, bar none. Aluminum features water resistance and is lightweight, but strong and less prone to damage. Foam inserts give your cargo an additional layer of protection for unexpected drops or shocks and can be custom-formed for your equipment.

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