To cope with the coronavirus emergency more efficiently, on December 21, 2020 the Polyclinic of Modena decided to upgrade its intensive care unit by equipping it with 13 additional beds, bringing the total number of beds for this facility to 30.
A significant expansion of its critical care unit despite the coronavirus pandemic, for which the gratitude of the citizens of Modena goes out to the Polyclinic.
The Hospital of Modena is famous for being at the forefront of scientific research and technological innovation.
The MiTEC team was an integral part of the reorganization process of this important hospital, being involved in the restructuring of the intensive care unit.
Within the new intensive care unit are four controlled containment structures that were installed for patients with specific pathologies, especially those infected by airborne diseases.
The ISOLA biocontainment chamber, is one of our leading products in the biosafety controlled environment sector.
Isolation boxes are required by hospitals that care for patients with infectious diseases and are key to dealing with current and future biochemical emergencies.