In this difficult time, it is critical that hospital ventilation systems are in proper working order. The COVID-19 coronavirus has heightened this importance more than ever. Particularly in a hospital setting, certain populations are more vulnerable to airborne infections than others, including immune-compromised patients, newborns and the elderly. Of course, hospital personnel and visitors can also be at risk of contracting airborne diseases as well.
Featuring expert user tools and an innovative user interface, the GE CARESCAPE R860 is inherently familiar with Social Distancing. Considering the remote touch screen monitor from the negative pressure room, provided to COVID-19 patients, the healthcare providers can diagnose and adjust settings in Clinical Decision Support outside the room.
The length of the cable is 5 meters, provide the safety and hygienic approach to the doctors and nurses.
This highlights the importance of every individual doing what they can to prevent the spread of viruses and reducing the demand on a hospital’s limited number of isolation rooms. This includes proper hand hygiene, avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, and avoiding contact with individuals suspected of being sick. Additionally, social distancing can aid in slowing the transmission of COVID-19 and reduce strain on our healthcare system.