Environment Monitoring for Hospitals

Air Quality, Temperature, Humidity and Atmospheric  Pressure

Visitors and staff are more likely to contract infections in hospitals due to poor air quality. In hospitals, regular air quality inspections can contribute to patients’ faster recovery and maintain medical staff’s health. 

Having air quality control devices installed in hospitals is essential.

Samay Infotech has Smart Solutions for Improving 
Indoor Air Quality in Hospitals

It is estimated that an individual exhales 8 liters of air every minute, and viruses spread through the air, so a higher CO2 level in a room increases the possibility of infection.

Clean air automatically leads to higher levels of well-being allowing people to feel more energized during and after their hospital visit. 
Clean air leads to better sleep which in turn contributes to a better recovery and relaxation.

Why hospitals should start monitoring and communicating their air quality ?

Improved User Experience

Hospital people and patients spend much of their stay either sleeping or otherwise in their rooms. For hospitals, air quality is not just about temperature and humidity, but also about indoor pollutants that can cause discomfort such as drowsiness and have serious health effects.

Being able to prove to people and patients that the air they breathe is healthy can build confidence in the hospital and improve its reputation in the industry.

Coughing is more ubiquitous, bringing up deep-seated pathogens from the lower respiratory tract in the chest include species of disease, such as COVID-19

Increase operating efficiency

Have you ever stayed in a hospital room that smelled stuffy? Mould may have formed in that room due to high humidity and inadequate ventilation. This proves that poor air quality can affect the guest experience and lead to higher renovation and reactive maintenance costs2.

By monitoring and measuring hospital air quality, facility managers can take proactive measures before air quality issues lead to costly property damage and lower building quality.

 

Staff Productivity

Just as it can have a negative impact on people and patients, poor indoor air quality can also have a negative impact on hospital staff as they are exposed to this air for an extended period of time.

When they are uncomfortable, they cannot work efficiently and effectively. This can affect their concentration and productivity, which in turn can negatively impact the guest experience. Low air quality can lead to headaches, dry eyes and throats, dizziness and fatigue.

Staff have negligible control over nature ventilation, especially the airflow direction

Why is temperature, humidity and pressure important in blood bank ? 

In order to minimize bacterial growth, blood should be kept at a standard temperature. When blood is kept beyond the higher defined limit, even for a short time, bacteria infiltrated into it from the donor will quickly grow and multiply.

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