Most hospitals experience problems with broken bed cables and damaged walls when nurses or techs move hospital beds without disconnecting the cables first. With most hospitals using a 37 pin port system that connects the hospital bed to the bed interface unit and nurse call system, even one bent pin can render the cable completely useless.
At best, these damaged cables might mean greater inefficiency while waiting for the cable to be fixed or replaced, and at worst, might cost the hospital major repairs for the electrical wiring or wall. Either way, it means spending time and money on something that a hospital could better use elsewhere.
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