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EMERGENCY FACILITIES


maximum width – 7.3 metres or 24 feet – to allow installation on 8.66-metre/28.4- feet wide street – clearing both kerbs to allow normal stormwater runoff. Streets, where traffic has been


restricted due to the pandemic, offer sewer, water and electricity infrastructure, which reduces the costs and facilitates the connection to the utilities grids that are required to operate (Fig 2).


Technology Insulating foam and metal sheets, originally allocated to the production of refrigerated chambers for the food industry, are used due to their insulation, availability and prompt assembly features, as well as their antibacterial finishes suitable for hospital use. As those panels have been conceived


to be set up indoors, an independent cover will be mounted on them, ensuring water tightness and improving thermal performance. We have used individual panels


instead of containers to create spaces with dimensions that would allow the usual performance of medical practices - without extending execution timelines- and its subsequent relocation (Fig 3).


Design The units comply with the regulations of the Argentine Society of Intensive Care Medicine (SATI), the recommendations on admissions (triage) by the National Ministry of Health, and the ‘Guidelines for Limiting Contagion in COVID-19 Tent Clinics’ drawn up by MASS Design Group of the USA, among other sources of reference. Even though the proposal focuses on


Figure 2. The units are designed to fit within the boundaries of a public street.


Figure 3. The units use individual panels instead of containers.


Figure 4. Admission hospital unit. IFHE DIGEST 2021 45


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