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CEILING FILTRATION SYSTEM FOR OPERATING THEATRES UNDER ISO CLASS 5 OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS A STERILE ENVIRONMENT FOR PATIENT SAFETY AND THE COMFORT OF THE SURGICAL TEAM

Our ceiling filtration systems are the result of thirty years’ experience in developing air filtration and distribution techniques for operating theatres.

Our ceiling filtration systems are the result of thirty years’ experience in developing air filtration and distribution techniques for operating theatres.

To protect patients from the risk of contracting nosocomial infections, especially those caught during surgery due to airborne micro-organisms, reducing the presence of contaminants throughout the entire surgical procedure is an absolute must, particularly in the critical zone occupied by the patient and in the area surgical instruments are kept in.

Since it is the very people working inside the operating theatre who are the main sources of contamination, as generators and releasers of biologically active particles, and it is impossible to remove them from the scenario, the terminal supplying the properly filtered air must be capable of removing all types of pollutants from the patient area as quickly and efficiently as possible.

For this exact reason, SagiCofim has designed and created a unique and non-conventional solution that enables even the most critical of surgical rooms to achieve outstanding internal air quality levels: this solution is called DIF-OT.

We are proud to have been able to transform a dream into an idea, and then that idea into a real solution.

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Its versatility is what makes the DIF-OT the ideal solution for any surgical theatre, including those with specific structural or architectural constraints, such as hybrid rooms with floor or ceiling-mounted X-ray machines, for example.

The integrated recirculation system version is also the ideal solution for refurbishments or updates to existing operating theatres.

Isolation rooms

Hospital departments identified as isolation rooms consist of wards for infectious and haematological diseases, but also isolation rooms for burn patients, transplant patients or the immunosuppressed.

To meet the performance level required for treating immunosuppressed patients, the use of a horizontal unidirectional flow is required.

With the different meanings, these types of departments must be structured in such a way as to guarantee maximum protection of these wards through strict control of both contact and airborne contamination, both for the protection of the patient and the medical staff providing their services.

IMMUNOSUPPRESSED WARDS

For immunosuppressed patients’ rooms, it is necessary to consider:

  • high risk of infection due to contact and airborne pathogens.
  • prolonged drug treatment in phases and with intravenous injection.
  • treatment for patients can last several weeks.

For these reasons, the room pressure trend is obviously gradually increasing towards high-containment rooms.
The department is structured with differentiated room pressures and dedicated pathways for different users.

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INFECTIOUS DISEASES WARDS

The infected patient is the colonised human carrier capable of disseminating microbes. Infection requires three factors:
  • a source of infected micro-organisms
  • a susceptible host
  • a means of transmission for the micro-organism.
There is a high risk of becoming infected by contact- and airborne-transmissible pathogens.

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