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5 New Ways to Protect Patients from COVID-19 in Hospitals

Some hospitals are using sneeze guard glass to keep patients protected from the Coronavirus

The spread of COVID-19 earlier this year caught everyone off guard initially. This novel virus carries a high fatality rate, which has prompted many facilities to take special measures to keep their staff safe. However, hospitals have to take extra precautions due to the high number of coronavirus-positive patients that visit them every day. This creates risks for both patients and staff residing in these facilities. Staff at medical institutions have been following standard COVID-19 safety practices such as wearing personal protective equipment. NHS workers have also been practicing social distancing and washing their hands regularly for several months. Some hospitals…

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5 Ways Hospitals Prepared for the Pandemic – Learnings From COVID-19

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As the COVID-19 crisis continues, hospitals hit warp speed in their commitment to operationalising their personnel and resources to meet the new challenge in a safe environment. Hospitals are taking new measures and enacting new policies to stay safe during the pandemic, this includes deploying PPE, installing IPS panel toilets, and glass or perspex safety screens. Their trials and successes offer a blueprint for regular offices that are scheduled to reopen during the pandemic within safety parameters. Here are 5 ways hospitals are preparing for the pandemic that could help you: 1. Create a Visual Schedule and Meet up the Experts…

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Medical Washrooms Guidelines

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Following on from our most recent blog posts which focus on school washroom design and office washroom guidance, this article will highlight the considerations which must be taken into account when designing medical toilets and washrooms to ensure the highest standards of hygiene and efficiency. Accessibility According to the ‘Health Building Note 00-01 – General design guidance for healthcare buildings’ official documentation released by the Department of Health, evidence shows that a very large number of falls suffered by those in domestic, resident and hospital environments occur on the journey between the bed and the bathroom/toilet, especially during the night. This…

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