Press Release Summary:
Used to monitorÂ events which can create undesirable environmental air conditions, IC Sentinel distributed, networked sensor and software suiteÂ generates real-time and long-term air quality metrics in hospitals and healthcare facilities. Solution provides particulate level, differential room pressure, humidity, and CO2 level metrics related to control of airborne particulates. Monitor can also provide sound and light levels, which can be associated with patient satisfaction studies.
Original Press Release:
Oberon IC Sentinel to be introduced at American Society of Healthcare Engineers (ASHE) Annual Conference in Atlanta Georgia
IC Sentinel environmental air quality monitor targets infection control and prevention officers, hospital facilities managers, and patient satisfaction personnel.
State College, PA – Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) are a rapidly emerging threat to patient and health care worker safety and well-being. Hospitals are addressing HAIs for root causes and it is widely believed that dust particles generated by construction, renovation, and even routine maintenance and cleaning are a source or vector of pathogens. Oberon’s IC Sentinel air quality monitor is a distributed, networked sensor and software suite for generating real-time and long-term air quality metrics in hospitals and healthcare facilities. IC Sentinel provides particulate level, differential room pressure, humidity, and CO2 level metrics related to control of airborne particulates. IC Sentinel also provides sound and light levels which can be associated with patient satisfaction studies.
IC Sentinel is an effective tool for healthcare facilities personnel, infection control coordinators, infection preventionists, and patient satisfaction personnel to monitor, and ultimately control, events which can create undesirable environmental air conditions in the hospital. IC Sentinel is the first distributed, networked sensor with this capability.
The Oberon IC Sentinel environmental air quality monitoring system for hospitals is being introduced this week at the American Society of Healthcare Engineers Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA.
ABOUT OBERON, INC. - Since 1999, Oberon, Inc. has been designing and manufacturing products to reduce dust in healthcare environments, and simplify ICRA procedure compliance.
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