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What are bedside tables?Bedside tables are prevalent in hospitals and nursing homes and are a necessity for patients when they need to eat food, read, or assist in other activities. The table can also hold personal items like medicine, cups, or assist nurses in their every day care for the patients.
The ProblemOur customer Rochester Regional Health Network (RRHN) identifies key problems with their current day bedside tables. With the bedside tables used in their hospitals, it’s difficult for patients to eat and nurses to operate. This project aims to improve current bedside tables to include more convenient features. An existing prototype exists in the Industrial Design department and we aim to assist in the improvements for easy mobility, height adjustments, and expanding the table to increase surface area.
Table PartsWe identified and labeled the parts of the table so that whenever a part of the table is referenced, everyone will understand what part of the table we're actually referencing.
|Stephanie Chu||ME||Project Manageremail@example.com|
|Mendy Yu||ME||Communication, Engineerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
- Detailed information about the team can be found [Here]
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Build & Assembly Instruction
Operation & Service Manual
AcknowledgementsWe'd like to give our thanks to the following people for all their help and support throughout our project and the MSD process:
Jerry Adamski, Rachelle Stevens, Ravee Fazal, Aaron Burton, Dan Phillips, Stan Rickels, Kerri Vanderbush, Jodi McNamara, Rob Kraynik, Jan Maneti, Gary Hodenius, Mark, Craig Arnold, Ricky Wurzer, Elizabeth DeBartolo, Christine Fisher, and the RIT Kate Gleason College of Engineering Staff and Faculty