Safespear understands the infrastructure challenges confronting the Australian healthcare sector, and we are here to help.
The Safespear Saferoom is an engineered control used to temporarily convert existing rooms into negative pressure isolation rooms (NPIRs) and help to protect healthcare workers and patients from the risk of infectious disease aerosol or droplet nuclei transmission.
The Saferoom is a portable anteroom, comprised of two parts (A and B), designed to fit to an existing doorway and form a double door ‘airlock’ entrance. The accompanying SafeFlow HEPA Filtration Unit maintains a negative pressure barrier within the SafeRoom and patient room and ensures aerosols carrying the viruses cannot be transferred.
The SafeRoom Negative Pressure Gauge provides a continuous read out of anteroom and patient room pressure and provides assurance the system is operating at the required pressure to maintain an effective barrier.
The system also provides an engineering-controlled space for performing administrative and PPE risk management measures including the donning and doffing of PPE, hand hygiene and the separation of clean and dirty workflows.
Some room modifications may need to made to the patient room to enable NPIR conversion, primarily, temporarily removing existing doors, improving the room seal and temporarily modifying the existing HVAC supply/exhaust.
The following survey is intended to help us gather the information we need to design a SafeRoom solution to suit the nominated patient room(s) in your hospital.
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