12 Features Nurses Love About Tablo
1. Integrated water purification (goodbye forever, water room!)
“To know that huge room we’re accustomed to is now at the bottom of this Tablo machine was just awesome for me. I was like ‘oh my gosh, you can literally take this machine anywhere, hook it up to a faucet and perform dialysis!'” -Dialysis Nurse Manager
2. …and no more lugging around reverse osmosis machines!
“Having one machine is a game changer. I feel like I am forgetting something being so used to carrying two machines to the bedside.” -Acute Dialysis Nurse
3. Tablo is about the size of the mini fridge from your college dorm room, so bedside maneuvering is easy.
“This isn’t a separate R.O. and a traditional machine. We’re pushing one machine and are able to set that patient up far more quickly than before.” -Acute Dialysis Nurse
4. The pre-strung Tablo Cartridge makes setup and teardown a breeze.
“In the traditional dialysis setting, we were responsible a lot for the machine, we had to string the machine with the bloodlines. Fast-forward to Tablo, we can just pop the cartridge in and the bloodlines are in place where we need them to be.” -Dialysis Nurse Manager
5. It takes very little time to learn how to use Tablo.
“We actually hired a traveling nurse to help support our staffing needs in case of increased volumes (during COVID-19). We brought that traveler into the clinic and handed her the Tablo Cartridge and system and said, ‘Here, set this up.’ Within 22 minutes, that nurse had set up that machine without any further instructions from anybody and was ready to go.” -Dialysis Program Administrator
6. Tablo’s on-screen instructions make running treatments easy, even for nurses from non-dialysis specialties.
“Tablo is the easiest machine to use in the ICU.” -ICU nurse
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7. Tablo’s suite of automated sensors eliminate many manual interventions throughout the course of treatment.
“My favorite feature with Tablo is it takes about 5 seconds to regulate the pressures between arterial and venous pressures, to where it will go back down and it won’t alarm, so you’re not constantly getting up to hit a button on the machine.” -Dialysis nurse
8. All your treatment data, service reports and disinfection reports are stored in the cloud via TabloHub.
“The best thing about Tablo, and the flow sheets, and the disinfection reports, is that you can actually pull them off of Tablo Hub! It lists all of the information, It’s all timestamped, and it’s all initialed, and it’s just easy to print it out.” -Dialysis Nurse Manager
9. Home dialysis is a more accessible option to patients with Tablo’s user-friendly technology.
“Tablo is going to help take hemodialysis into the homes more. With the old machines, to me it was just unrealistic, whereas now, with these machines, my child, at the age of 10, could’ve set one up easily.” -Acute Dialysis Nurse
10. Remote monitoring makes it easy to check up on home patients, and manage your whole fleet of machines in the hospital.
“With TabloHub, you can go hop on the web and find out exactly what is happening to your patients’ vital signs, as well as their documentation. You don’t have to manually write any vital signs, everything is basically done electronically. So there is no hiding of information. We’re just getting exactly what is happening at home.” -Home dialysis nurse
11. Less time tending to the machine means more time caring for the patient.
“Tablo really has made it much easier on us to provide patient care, and to be more present with our patients.” -Acute dialysis nurse
12. Outset is a dedicated partner that’s there every step of the way to ensure the success of your program.
“The thing about Outset — it’s just been a totally different experience from a vendor standpoint. The service has been impeccable. And they stay in touch with you, they walk you through every step of the way.” -Director of Nursing
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