We installed “Negative Pressure Room” to care for our patients
For a negative pressure room, the sum of the mechanically exhausted air must exceed the sum of the mechanically supplied air. In a negative pressure room, air should flow from hallways and corridors (cleaner areas) into the isolation rooms (less clean areas). This prevents cross-contamination and spread of the virus.
“I have to do everything I can to protect myself, family, staff and patients, this isn’t the only virus that’s going to come along. The units create confidence in the safety of treatment for everyone involved,” – Dr. Dmitri Svirsky