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EMERGENCY FACILITIES


allow for a fast construction. We also understood that this type of construction should be thought of, as far as possible, as permanent given the cost usually entailed by any work in the health sector that meets the quality and safety requirements necessary for patient care.


Base module configuration The system is composed of three base modules: l Examination rooms (emergency/triage). This module consists of a clinical triage


Guard/Triage


to address possible COVID-19 cases outside the central urgent care/ emergency room facilities. It is used to diagnose any person who is a suspected COVID-19 case and to prevent possible infection with people who are there for other diseases. It has a general space at the entrance for the patient to wash their hands and put on a mask or face covering, a reception for outpatients, a waiting room, small offices with space for an examination table and a counter with a sink, a room for carrying out the


Intermediate care


diagnostic test and finally an independent waiting room for the suspected COVID-19 patients. l Intermediate care. This module provides an area for the observation or hospitalization of non-critical confirmed cases that require medical and nursing care, and oxygen availability. l Intensive care. This module is reserved for those patients who require intensive care. It has intensive care beds, medical and nursing care, and a room for an isolated patient.


Intensive therapy


Basic Support


Plan and axonometric of the base-supported office module.


Personal Area


Plan and axonometric of the Intermediate Care module with areas for support staff.


Basic Support


Plan and axonometric of the Intensive Care Unit with base support.


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IFHE DIGEST 2021


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