Engineering “Must-Haves” and “Nice to Haves” in Managing the Patient Surge

4/29/20

Since the escalation of COVID-19 becoming a true pandemic, information is flooding the web (and inboxes, as we all can attest), including engineering best practices re ventilation and medical gases. Healthcare facility personnel seldom have the luxury of sifting through all the information to distill much-needed answers. We hosted a webinar to help provide some of those answers.

With Medxcel, we share how we worked together with one of the nation’s largest health systems, converting spaces (and systems) to best manage their patient surge. Schneider Electric highlights infrastructure assessments along the way pertaining to electrical, IT and HVAC control sequences. As a bonus, we highlight wireless patient monitoring technology deployed at the height of China’s surge, to help mitigate cross-infection, now being deployed in the US. See more on this topic here.

Catch the full webinar recording below. Download the slides here.

Given the thoughtful questions asked during the webinar, we compiled the responses for everyone to benefit.

Download the full Q&A here.

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