Dräger Gemina®

​Whether you are equipping an emergency room, an intensive care unit, an intermediate care unit or a recovery room, the Dräger Gemina® wall-mounted supply unit lets you choose from a wide range of equipment mounting options, helping to create an individually configurated workspace for efficient, patient-centred care.

Flexibility meets Design

​The Dräger Gemina provides enhanced ergonomics and versatile functionality in an intelligent, compact design. It provides several options to create your individual customized workplaces with a wide range of workstation components. With its various colours and lighting options, it adapts perfectly to your room design concept. An intuitive control concept similar to other Dräger devices, and freely positionable equipment contribute to an ergonomically optimized workplace. Easy and effective cleaning is ensured by rounded profiles and smooth materials.

Workplace Customisation

​With an optimally designed medical workplace, clinical therapies and treatments can be supported effectively and efficiently, which in turn improve daily care routines.1 The well-being of patients and the efficiency of clinical processes are thus postively affected as well.

The vertical wall supply unit Gemina supports you ideally in your therapies, with a large selection of workstation components allowing you to equip the workplace according to your requirements – for intensive care units to emergency rooms, and recovery rooms. This optimises workflows and leads to increased staff satisfaction. Gemina can be used both as a stand-alone unit and in combination with a ceiling supply unit.

  • Optimal space utilization is achieved by mounting medical equipment on the frame rails on both sides.
  • Electrical and gas outlets can be positioned freely on three sides, mixed with each other as needed.
  • A wide range of workstation components, with the option of flexible component positioning, makes Gemina adaptable to future requirements.
  • Several options to choose from: 1 Gemina unit for 1 bed, 1 Gemina for 2 beds, 2 Gemina units for 2 beds, or 3 Gemina units for 2 beds, and the combination with Ambia ceiling supply unit, both using the same mounting concept and workstation components for a uniform workplace.
  • Quick and easy installation makes the Gemina a cost-effective solution for your intensive care unit.
1) American Institute of Architects, Academy of Architecture for Health, The Facility Guidelines Institute (with assistance from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services). Guidelines for design and construction of hospital and health care facilities. Washington, DC: AIA Press; 2001

Healing Supportive Environment

​Stress experienced by patients can negatively effect healthcare outcomes.2 Turning your care unit into a healing environment, enables your patients to feel more comfortable and your staff to be naturally motivated. Gemina offers numerous design options that contribute to more patient and staff comfort, such as:

  • A modern design with a less technical appearance
  • A variety of colours and decors, with a modern and appealing design
  • Harmoniously designed themes for drawers that fit into any room concept
  • Lighting options that meet your needs:
    • Warm and glare-free indirect ambient lighting, optionally on all 4 sides of the Gemina to contribute to a pleasant lighting concept, or only in segments for staff orientation, without disturbing the patient.
    • A calming therapy atmosphere thanks to the RGBW light version.
    • An integrated working light that allows staff to work at night without troubling the patient´s sleep.
2) Ulrich et al, HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal,1(3) 2008

User-friendly Ergonomics

​Ergonomic workplace design can ease the workflows, leading to more efficient and effective clinical (treatment) processes.3 Both patient and staff safety are improved when devices are positioned ergonomically according to the procedures in the care unit. A clearly structured and ergonomic workplace can thus minimise operating errors4, improve clinical outcomes and facilitate the daily work of your staff.

Gemina offers plenty of possibilities to provide an ergonomic workplace, for instance:

  • Equipment can be mounted at the optimal height of the supply unit, so that clinical staff can work ergonomically.
  • Gas outlets can be placed at eye level (e.g. the flow meter).
  • Intuitive and user-friendly control concept: one user concept for all care levels, whether it´s a Dräger ceiling- or wall supply unit
  • Easy-to-use touch control panel for light control
  • Uniform and consistent medical workplaces with a uniform operating philosophy, using combined Dräger solutions, e.g. with ventilation equipment
  • Working light for easy documentation work.
3) Held: Prospective Ergonomics in Redesign of complex work systems and products, 2007
4) https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-74611-7_53

Reduced Risk of Infection

​Did you know that 20 to 30 % of nosocomial infections could be prevented with suitable hygiene measures?5 Breaking the chain of contamination is an important step in preventing nosocomial infections. Reprocessing instructions and a wide range of disposable accessories help to minimise the risk of infections.

Gemina owns plenty design elements helping to reduce the risk of infections.

  • Rounded profiles, smooth materials and closed housings that avoid the accumulation of dirt or disinfectants and ensure easy and effective cleaning.
  • The entire Gemina workplace is treatable with the same validated disinfectants as other Dräger devices due to its material resistance.
  • A cable management solution ensures a well-organised, tidy workplace, thus facilitating the cleaning process and preventing extensive dirt accumulation.
  • No rubber sealings are used.
5) Gastmeier P et al., How many nosocomial infections are avoidable? Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 2010; 135(03): 91 – 93


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