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KARE : Mobile Clinic Module / Mobile clinic module

KARE : Mobile Clinic Module
KARE : Mobile Clinic Module

Discipline: Product

KARE : Mobile Clinic Module
KARE : Mobile Clinic Module
KARE : Mobile Clinic Module
KARE : Mobile Clinic Module
KARE : Mobile Clinic Module

Discipline: Product

In a pandemic situation like COVID-19, the demand for negative pressure wards has dramatically increased. It is possible to rapidly build an isolation ward by combining air tents, functional panels, and a negative pressure frame. The design addresses the requirements of functionality, cost and efficiency. In addition, it supports the emotional needs of patients and medical staff. The unique airflow structure guarantees bio-safety maintaining the pressure differences among hot, warm and cold zone in the ward. With the use of air tents, the whole ward can be shipped by airplane in an emergency.

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2021

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME up to 12 months

  • TARGET REGIONS Specific country/region: Republic of Korea

  • TARGET GROUPS Public Sector Government, Other target groups: Medical Staff / Engineer / Patient

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Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology - KAIST

KAIST
Daejeon, South Korea

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KAIST CIDR Lab.

KAIST CIDR Lab.
Daejeon, South Korea

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zoslee studio

Zoslee Studio
Daejeon, South Korea

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20PLUS

20PLUS Co., Ltd.
Seoul, South Korea

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