Is Your Hospital Staff Safe Among Coronavirus Patients?
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Doctors, medical practitioners, nurses, and other staff at hospitals have been at the forefront in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. As the outbreak continues to spread like a wildfire, those working at hospitals are at a higher risk of developing an infection. The hospital authorities, including administration, need to find out ways on how to mitigate the risk of infection among the staff so that there are enough employees to care for patients. Hospitals have set up operations engaging workers upfront, ensured adequate supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE), and provided training on proper safety protocols for clinical as well as non-clinical staff. Yet they have shown lapses in their ability to conduct infection control practices. This is where computer vision systems play a crucial role to ensure hospital staff safety.
Are you ready to deal with the pandemic now and in the future?
The ongoing crisis that has taken the world by a storm and led to the loss of life and wealth reminds us of our unpreparedness to recognize and respond to emerging infectious diseases. Though technological investments, like taking the assistance of computer vision and machine learning, comes at a cost, it’s high time to make smart investments now and be ready for pandemics today and in the future.
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