IT power supply systems
International and local standards require insulated voltage power systems for hospital critical areas.
We develop hospital electrical safety infrastructure solutions for
critical areas of hospitals: operating rooms, ITU or ICU.
The covid-19 pandemic has pushed Spanish healthcare to the limit, and practically all of the countries most affected by SARS-CoV-2. The successive waves of coronavirus have put Primary Care, hospitals and, in short, the entire healthcare structure in check and to the test.
Therefore, since the beginning of 2020, hospitals have had the opportunity to show their strengths and weaknesses, their degree of hospital excellence and the impact on the well-being of the patient. And how the money in taxes and contributions affect those who pay for their own health. Centers to save lives, centers to vaccinate, 2020 and 2021 have been a before and after in all hospitals in Spain.
Therefore, it is important to know how the best hospitals in Spain are estimated each year, whether public or private, specialized in one area or another.
Current alarm repeaters, in addition to their basic and logical use, which is to ‘snitch’ about an error or possible problem situation, have evolved to help medical personnel act. And it is that health workers have often considered this alarm as a necessary ‘nuisance’, seeing its required maintenance as a nuisance.
The fact is that, with some frequency, medical personnel have not known how to act in the face of these alarms. Or they simply did not know the risk situation that was taking place, especially in the alarms related to electrical safety.
But today, alarm repeaters not only provide additional information to medical personnel, but indicate what to do at all times to remedy the situation, or who to call. With them, touch screens also stand out on technical panels, for example in operating rooms, which allows the graphic display of the alarm with icons and colors.
Mediante la Inteligencia Artificial (IA), los robots en el campo médico están transformando la forma de realizar las cirugías, de limpiar, atender pacientes o desinfectar.
La robótica para el cuidado y asistencia de pacientes en los hospitales, para optimizar todos los procesos en que están implicados los profesionales sanitarios y para las propias operaciones quirúrgicas, es el presente y el futuro de la tecnología hospitalaria.
Los centros de salud, en la actualidad, tienen la opción prácticamente de disponer de robots en cualquier sala, ya sea en las zonas operatorias y quirúrgicas, las salas de espera, las habitaciones para los pacientes, áreas de limpieza…
La adaptación de la Inteligencia Artificial y la cirugía robótica a la industria clínica es un fenómeno imparable. Estos dispositivos, en el campo médico, están transformando la forma de realizar las cirugías, de limpiar, atender o desinfectar. Estos robots, durante la pandemia de COVID-19, se han desplegado a lo largo y ancho de hospitales y clínicas ofreciendo un rendimiento excelso.
Through Artificial Intelligence (AI), robots in the medical field are transforming the way surgeries are performed, the way patients are cleaned, cared for or disinfected.
Robotics for patient care and assistance in hospitals, to optimise all processes involving healthcare professionals and for the surgical operations themselves, is the present and the future of hospital technology.
Health centres nowadays have the option of having robots in practically any room, whether in the operating and surgical areas, waiting rooms, patient rooms, cleaning areas…
The adaptation of Artificial Intelligence and robotic surgery to the clinical industry is an unstoppable phenomenon. These devices, in the medical field, are transforming the way surgeries are performed, cleaned, cared for or disinfected. These robots, during the COVID-19 pandemic, have been deployed throughout hospitals and clinics, delivering excellent performance.
Last October, the 38th Hospital Engineering Congress / 9th IFHE-EU Congress was held in Gijón (Spain). During the two and a half days that the event lasted, several of the most important professionals in the health sector in this area met.
On this occasion, the main novelties, trends and elements of analysis were the innovation of technology, such as 3D printing, Big Data, equipment management … There were also novelties in electromedicine equipment, new architectural projects and especially everything related to the role of hospital engineering in the Covid-19 pandemic.
In Etkho we have summarized the main points that were discussed and the conclusions that were reached in this congress.
The truth is that a change is taking place in the design of sanitary facilities. Functionality, without taking a back seat, has given way to the patient and their well-being. To achieve this, one of the most useful and simple measures with a better cost-benefit ratio is the biophilic design.
A well-distributed environment with fresh air, with a good proportion of openings to the outside and good natural lighting, provides improvements in the health of patients and healthcare personnel. From reducing hospitalization time to reducing patient mortality, reducing pain, reducing stress… It is proven that the connection with nature alleviates anxiety and optimizes the experiences of users, family members and health workers in health environments. It is betting on the motto “home away from home”.