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The earliest laminar operating room was born in the Uni […]
The earliest laminar operating room was born in the United States in 1966. Subsequently, developed countries such as the United States, Britain, Japan and Germany began to conduct in-depth research and practice on the application of clean technology in hospital operating rooms. In recent years, along with the rapid growth of China's economy, the pace of modernization of domestic hospitals has increased year by year. There are quite a few hospitals in China that have built a thousand-level laminar flow operating room, making it a modern clean operating room.
Advantages of the Millennium Laminar Surgery Room:
Advantages 1. The 1000-level laminar flow operating room uses air filtration to effectively remove bacteria and dust from the air, which can comprehensively improve the economic and social benefits of the hospital: reduce the postoperative infection rate and improve the success rate of various difficult operations. Improve the use rate of the operating bed and indirectly improve the cure rate and bed turnover rate.
Advantage 2, the use of laminar laminar flow operating room is to use the airflow technology to achieve a high degree of sterility in important parts of the operating room, using vertical laminar air conditioning technology, intraoperative air bacterial concentration, temperature, noise, illuminance, minimum static The pressure, the number of air changes and the minimum fresh air all meet the requirements of laminar flow cleanup, and three professional maintenance personnel are regularly monitored and maintained to achieve 24-hour monitoring.
Advantages 3. The thousand-level laminar flow operating room forms an air gradient in the operating room, so that the outdoor sewage does not invade the room, keeping the indoor air fresh, clean and comfortable. The use of positive pressure airflow (+23-25Pa) prevents the entry of foreign pollutants, greatly reducing the infection rate in the hospital, especially reducing the infection rate of surgical incisions.