What a great surprise to see The Little Couple's Jennifer Arnold, MD extend her voice with help from our megaphone!
On Season 11, Episode 7 of "All Aboard!", Jen found herself working in a warehouse that was set up as a mockup of three patient care rooms. The mockup was to test and evaluate what might be the best design for a set of intensive care units that are being built in a new 19 story tower at the Texas Children's Hospital.
Project "Cardboard Hospital" was teamed by doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, and an architecture firm to design the layout of the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit.
The team created rooms with cardboard walls, filled with real equipment, and used high-tech mannequins with physiological responses to create scenarios that will allow participants to care for a patient and test the risk aspects of the room design.
To coordinate all the moving pieces and start the simulations, Jennifer used an AmpliVox Megaphone to direct all the participants.
The AmpliVox model 601R Mity-Meg 15 Watt Megaphone used by Jen can go anywhere you need to extend your voice. It is ideal for crowd control, announcements in noisy environments, or emergency services.
Mity-Megs 15 Watt power lets you reach even far away audiences. Use the Mity-Meg not only to talk but sound emergency signals.
This charge and go Meg is powered by either conventional batteries or a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that can be reused hundreds of times.
A battery strength indicator shows you when it is time to recharge or replace the batteries. You can switch battery type anytime so you are never out of power. There is an optional carry bag that protects the megaphone.
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