Covid-19

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Medical Gas Systems for COVID-19 Ventilated Patients — Planning & Response, Part Two

The scope and influence of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow. Cases are on the rise again. The number of hospitalizations and ventilated patients is growing. Hospitals located in critical, high population centers overrun with COVID-19 patients used medical gases and mechanical ventilators in record numbers this past spring. In fact, some facilities did not … Read more

COVID-19 virus impacted by bipolar ionization

Is Bipolar Ionization A Secret Weapon Against COVID-19?

Until recently, there had been no or very little independent testing on the viability of bipolar ionization as an effective tool against the COVID-19 virus. Companies were drawing a conclusion based upon the technology’s ability to “deactivate” viruses of similar structure. Based upon the available information, we have regarded this technology as promising, but not … Read more

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Medical Gas Systems for Ventilated Patients — Planning & Response, Part One

When the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) became a reality for this country and the quarantine began, we did not know what to expect. Pandemic updates from Washington, DC by the President of the United States and his lead physicians became a daily routine. Just a few hours away, COVID-19 cases in New York City were overwhelming … Read more

Creating Dialysis Units in Senior Living Facilities

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced assisted living, skilled care and continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) to redefine their daily operations and facilities alike to minimize the risk of COVID-19 spread throughout their facilities both from internal and external risks. Residents living in these facilities who require renal dialysis can be a significant risk to themselves, … Read more