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Research on Modularized Design and Allocation of Infectious Disease Prevention and Control Equipment in China

  • Xin Zhao (a1), Yun-dou Wang (a1), Xiao-feng Zhang (a1), Shu-tian Gao (a1), Li-jun Guo (a1) and Li-na Sun (a2)...

Abstract

For the prevention and control of newly emergent or sudden infectious diseases, we built an on-site, modularized prevention and control system and tested the equipment by using the clustering analysis method. On the basis of this system, we propose a modular equipment allocation method and 4 applications of this method for different types of infectious disease prevention and control. This will help to improve the efficiency and productivity of anti-epidemic emergency forces and will provide strong technical support for implementing more universal and serialized equipment in China. (Disaster Med Public Health Preparedness. 2017;11:375–382)

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Correspondence and reprint requests to Professor Yundou Wang, Institute of Medical Equipment, 106 Wandong Road, Tianjin, China 300171 (e-mail: 13312039963@126.com).

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Research on Modularized Design and Allocation of Infectious Disease Prevention and Control Equipment in China

  • Xin Zhao (a1), Yun-dou Wang (a1), Xiao-feng Zhang (a1), Shu-tian Gao (a1), Li-jun Guo (a1) and Li-na Sun (a2)...

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