Updated Jul 01, 2020

Sharmila Anandasabapathy

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Baylor College of Medicine The Emergency ‘Smart’ Pod serves as an inventive repurposing of easy-to-access shipping containers as scalable, portable Ebola treatment units. The ESP also provides training and process pathways, controlled access-entry, as well as patient and supply tracking systems. Other features include contained waste disposal and disinfection systems, air conditioning, HEPA fi...
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Baylor College of Medicine The Emergency ‘Smart’ Pod serves as an inventive repurposing of easy-to-access shipping containers as scalable, portable Ebola treatment units. The ESP also provides training and process pathways, controlled access-entry, as well as patient and supply tracking systems. Other features include contained waste disposal and disinfection systems, air conditioning, HEPA filtration and the ability to connect multiple pods to increase bed volume. The ESP also has a suite of “smart” apps and pathways to facilitate clinical quality and efficiency, such as multilingual training apps, bar code patient/supply tracking system and tablet technologies for donning and doffing PPE. While the ESP has the potential to directly impact the current Ebola epidemic, it could also function in any epidemic or natural disaster and provide clinical facilities, rapid education and central tracking for patients/supplies.
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Stage 3: Proof of Concept

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Health and Infectious & Vector Diseases

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