About the Box
In the fight against COVID-19, the global healthcare community has been adapting quickly in the face of resource shortages and an evolving understanding of the pandemic.
A Boston Medical Center team evaluated the aerosol box concept and published their findings in The New England Journal of Medicine.
Importantly, the box appears to be a valuable tool even when personal protective equipment (PPE) is available.
Considering the spread of contaminants in a single cough, every measure should be taken to contain droplets and protect health care providers… One should consider adapting this concept, even if adequate PPE is available.
This video from the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at Children's Hospital Los Angeles gives a detailed look at how an aerosol box can be used during an intubation procedure:
Why the Michigan Aerosol Box?
The Michigan Aerosol Box can be assembled or disassembled in less than 5 minutes without tools or glue.
Sanitization and Cleaning
Hospitals must determine their own procedure to sanitize and clean to ensure the health and safety of their doctors and patients. These recommendations are provided for reference only.
*The polycarbonate in the Michigan Aerosol Box is comparable to TUFFAK polycarbonate (recommendations for Optix Acrylic or Vivak PETG are not comparable). Polycarbonate used in The Michigan Aerosol Box may or may not be sourced from TUFFAK. Michigan Aerosol Box is made of polycarbonate sourced from multiple suppliers and is not affiliated with PLASKOLITE or TUFFAK.
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Aerosol Boxes are $150 + shipping.
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Customization is available.
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