Colombia, May Kama Na Nagiging Kabaong

Colombia, May Kama Na Nagiging Kabaong

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Isang kumpanya sa Colombia, nag-disenyo ng hospital beds na nagiging kabaong.

Upang masolusyonan ang kakulangan ng mga hospital beds, gumawa ang ABC Displays ng mga hospital beds na nagiging kabaong.

Ito ay para na rin sa mas ligtas na pagsasaayos ng mga coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) na pasyente.

Dahil pwedeng magamit ang mga ito bilang kabaong, mababawasan ang tsansang makalakap ng impeksyon ang healthcare worker na responsable rito sapagkat hindi na nila kailangang hawakan ang mga namatay.

Ayon kay Rodolfo Gomez, manager ng kumpanya, ito ay tumatagal ng hanggang anim na buwan bago ito mabulok. Mabibili ang hospital beds sa halagang $US127 o PHP6466.84— tatlong beses na mas mura kumpara sa regular na uri. Mayroon din itong gulong sa ilalim upang mas mapadali ang paglilipat ng mga pasyente.

Maaari rin itong ma-disinfect kaya posible pa itong magamit muli.

Bago sumalakay ang COVID-19 na pandemya, gumagawa ng ABC Displays ng cardboard pieces para sa mga kumpanya sa industriya ng advertising.

Sa kabila ng inisyatibong makatulong sa kakulangan ng hospital beds, nakatanggap pa rin ng batikos ang kumpanya dahil sa diumanong nakakabahalang solusyon sa isyu.

Iginiit naman ng manager na tingnan na lang ang kanilang aksyon sa ibang perspektibo.

Sa ngayon, nakakagawa ng hanggang 300 hospital beds ang ABC Displays sa isang buwan.

DTI Provides Livelihood Aid To Fireworks Enterprises In Bulacan

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DOH Logs 328 New Covid-19 Recoveries

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Cebu City To Distribute 15K Cash Cards To Seniors This Month

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Mt. Province Town Maintains Covid-Free Status

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Tourism Workers May Avail Of Cash Aid, Employment Programs: DOLE

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Anonymous Customer Involves GrabFood Rider In An Act Of Goodwill

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Bohol Eyes Reopening By 2nd Week Of December

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Pangasinan City Mayor Reiterates Protocol On Funeral Services

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