Modular and Conventional OTs are the most basic types of operation theatres across the world. Through this article, we’ll learn the differences between Modular and Conventional OT.
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Modular OTs are getting very popular in India as hospitals are shifting towards a more economically viable, safer, and cleaner Operation theatres.
Modular Operation theatres are operation theatres that are built with metal and glass ceiling and walls inside a hospital to provide optimum conditions for operating on a patient. These optimum conditions include effective lighting, anti-static flooring, laminar air flow and many more specific characteristics aiding to the operation.
Read more: NABH Standards for Modular OT
Modular Operation theatres in India
There is an array of different advantages for hospitals by choosing Modular OTs against Conventional Operation theatres mainly as said earlier, cost, safety and cleanliness playing a big part.
Modular Operation theatres also provide much more efficient space utilization option compared to Conventional OTs
Differences between Modular operation theatres and Conventional operation theatres.
|Modular operation theatres||Conventional operation theatres|
|Uses a mixture of Fresh air and Recycled air||Uses 100% Fresh air|
|Each Modular OT has a different Air conditioning system||Uses a central air conditioning system|
|Laminar Air flow system||Flow of air involves eddy currents|
|Anti-static flooring is an absolute requirement||May not have anti-static flooring|
|Energy efficient up to 60% by using Recycled air||Not energy efficient|
|Designed using 3D softwares as per international and National standards||Designed using simple 2D CAD Design|
|Temperature and humidity control is localized in each Modular OT||Due to centralized AC system localized temperature control is quite difficuly|
|Constructed by a single team of professionals who understands the mechanics of Operation theatre||Constructed by multiple vendors at the time of hospital construction, hence control becomes quite difficult|
|Contains standardized instrument and Equipment. Quality control is easy||Quality control is quite difficult when multiple vendors are used.|
Cost of Modular OT in India
Cost of Modular OT manufacturing depends on various factors like size, equipment, quality of equipment, Expertise of the team etc…
Usually the cost of effectively building a Modular OT falls between 4,00,000 to 10,00,000 INR in India.
VMEDO has one of the best teams working on building Modular OT in India. To enquire about building a Modular OT in India please call (VMEDO, 7406000610)
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How to setup modular OT in India?
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