[KIMES 2021] CARA Adcom introduces mobile negative pressure ward that can block 99.7% of virus by installing antibacterial wall

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CARA Adcom participated in the 36th Korea International Medical & Hospital Equipment Show (KIMES 2021) which runs Mar. 18-21 to showcase mobile negative pressure ward that can block 99.7% of virus by installing antibacterial wall.

CARA Adcom is a company that cares about the safety of humans from infections and super bacteria in a hygienic environment, and is creating a mobile antibacterial negative pressure ward. At the show, the company introduced TroBloc®, the last line of defense against bacteria.

The staff from CARA Adcom said, “The product the company is currently exporting is the negative pressure ward made by collaborating with Germany’s TroBloc. The wall is 99.7% antibacterial. It also has the soundproofing facilities that can solve quarantine and noise problems, providing the patients a more pleasant environment.”

He then said, “The toilet is also equipped with negative pressure facilities, and the air quality is good with three ventilation systems. Two of them catch the virus from the air, and one has the internal circulation filter, letting in hot and cool air into the room.”

CARA Adcom booth at Hall D of the 36th Korea International Medical & Hospital Equipment Show
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KIMES is Korea’s largest medical and hospital equipment show that has made steady growth with the development of the Korean medical industry, starting from its first in 1980. Currently, Korea’s medical industry has transformed into a technology-intensive high-tech industry such as medical information systems, ultrasound machines, imaging medical equipment, robotic medicine, AI, and rehabilitation medicine.

KIMES is growing into a world-class medical exhibition while contributing to the advancement of the Korean medical industry. Exhibitors will showcase new technologies and new products in the medical industry, such as advanced hospital facilities, medical information systems grafted with IT technology, and automobile industry for rapid patient transportation.

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