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Airsonett equips a new Hybrid operating room at Skånes University Hospital with Opragon

Pressmeddelande   •   Feb 28, 2011 10:21 CET

The University Hospital in Lund, Sweden has ordered their ventilation solution for the new Hybrid Operating room within the surgery department, from Airsonett.

The Hybrid Operating Room will have one of Europe's first bi-plan equipment for diagnosis and intervention installed. The project is demanding and has a lot ceiling-mounted equipment to be deployed in the existing building. Airsonett has ensured that all roof-mounted equipment including ventilation system can fit by using 3D drawings and simulations during the design phase.

In order to frame rails carrying the C-loop in the hybrid operation room Airsonett has specially designed and built one Opragon ® 28, which is the largest installation that Airsonett have delivered so far. With Opragons unique technology, TLA (Temperature controlled Laminar Airflow); a very high microbial purity throughout hybrid operation room will be achieved according to the specification and requirements from the hospital. Surgeries and various complicated procedures of severely ill patients, both adults and children, will be performed in the hybrid operation room. The hybrid operating room will be completed for operation in early May 2011

Skåne University Hospital is the third largest of Sweden's seven university hospitals and part of Region Skåne. The hospital's main mission is to pursue advanced medical care, education and research. 1.7 million people throughout southern Sweden have access to this highly specialized hospital care. Skåne’s University Hospital is one of the largest acute care hospitals. The hospital has over 12 500 employees with more than 100 different skills
"We are very proud that the University Hospital in Lund chooses Airsonett as a supplier of a complex project like this. With the installation in Lund, we show that Airsonett can customize solutions to situations in terms of installation virtually impossible for conventional technologies. "says CEO Peter Ekolind


For more information, please contact:
Peter Ekolind, CEO, Airsonett Operating Room Innovation AB
Tel: 46 (0) 431 402 539, e-mail peter.ekolind @ airsonett.com www.airsonett.com

Airsonett is a research based medical technology company with a unique technology pioneering the development of non-pharmaceutical treatment of asthma as well as management of airborne bacteria and virus contamination.

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