Pressure isolators are rooms intended for the temporary isolation of several patients with infectious diseases in order to prevent transmission of the biological pathogen to other persons. The air pressure prevailing there in relation to the environment is designed to protect patients and medical staff from contact with air contaminated with pathogenic microorganisms.

Each isolation room is equipped with:

• supply and exhaust ventilation ensuring the highest standards of air purity in the room as well as outside through 12-fold air exchange within 1 hour, the use of laminar diffusers and HEPA filters of the highest class H14 for the supply and exhaust of isolation air.

• bathroom fully adapted for use by the disabled, including a toilet, a shower with a ramp for a medical wheelchair for the disabled, a washbasin with a battery operated without contact with the hand, and an additional dispenser with a disinfectant and a pool disinfector

• protection in the form of a sluice, ensuring the so-called clean hospital from the so-called dirty. It ensures the maintenance of negative pressure in the isolation zone, which is a protective barrier for patients and staff and minimizes the risk of contamination of technical staff and bystanders. The sluice is equipped with: a washbasin with a battery operated without contact with the hand, space for clothes with separation of clean and dirty clothes, a liquid soap dispenser, a disinfectant dispenser activated without contact with the hand, a container with disposable towels and a container for used towels, lockable container for dirty laundry.

• an innovative patient monitoring system ensuring the transmission of all diagnostic parameters in the online system to the monitoring center. This solution ensures constant medical supervision over the patient with a reduction in the number of direct contacts between patients and medical staff. The system is additionally enriched with paging devices for patients.

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