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Controlling the spread of airborne infections is a serious concern to patients, staff and visitors. To minimize the spread of infections, certain rooms within a hospital are designed as airborne infectious isolation (AII) rooms with negative-pressure differential or protective environment (PE) rooms


Enetric is offering Increased safety non- contact measurement to avoid physical contact in a safer, Faster & Smarter way with advanced detectors and algorithms, our Fever Screening Thermal Cameras can detect elevated body temperatures in moving crowds such as passengers, commuters and shoppers with accuracy up to ±0.3


Access Control System will be installed to control & restrict the access to & from Isolation Room Corridors. The Access Controls will be installed at entry/exit points. Double leaf door at the entrance of each wing of the Isolation corridors will be secured using Electromagnetic locking system.


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When I was in the islands nearly a generation ago, I was acquainted with a young American couple who had among their belongings an attractive little son of the age of seven—attractive but not practicably companionable with me, because he knew no English. He had played from his birth with the little Kanakas on his father’s plantation, and had preferred their language and would learn no other. The family removed to America a month after I arrived in the islands, and straightway the boy began to lose his Kanaka and pick up English. By the time he was twelve he hadn’t a word of Kanaka left; the language had wholly departed from his tongue and from his comprehension. Nine years later, when he was twenty-one, I came upon the family in one of the lake towns of New York, and the mother told me about an adventure which her son had been having. By trade he was now a professional diver. A passenger boat had been caught in a storm on the lake, and had gone down, carrying her people with her. A few days later the young diver descended, with his armor on, and entered the berth-saloon of the boat, and stood at the foot of the companionway, with his hand on the rail, peering through the dim water. Presently something touched him on the shoulder, and he turned and found a dead man swaying and bobbing about him and seemingly inspecting him inquiringly. He was paralyzed with fright.