Since any surgical treatment of any complexity supposes special sterile micro-climatic area, the technical features of this area are used to be specified according to the intended profile of an operating room directly.
Intensive care wards and resuscitation units
Due to the patients’ compromised immunity caused by the both disease and operative treatment, the air quality requirements in these areas are usually heightened in order to minimize the risk of contamination.
Maternity obstetric service units
Using of cleanroom technologies in maternity obstetric service contributes greatly to reduction of perinatal and maternal mortality as well as morbidity and complication rates, thereby getting indispensable and socially significant.
As immune deficiency sufferers are to be treated in special wards providing sterile micro-climatic environment, the strict air quality regulations in such areas are intended to protect the patient against contamination when remaining in contact with the staff and visitors.
Despite relatively short-term stay of patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) in such areas, nevertheless, the contamination risk shall be eliminated by using of cleanroom technologies.
An own pharmaceutical production created by using of the AMS-MFME most modern laboratory equipment will ensure fail-safe and successful drug manufacturing processes within hospital doors.
Central steril supply units
Such areas do exist in any large medical institution, since the antiseptic preparation of medical tools has to be executed centralized respectively according to the current sanitary-hygienic norms.
A modern haemotransfusion station nowadays is the both medical institution and pharma in one, therefore using of cleanrooms here is a must.