Modular Operation Theatre | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Modular Operation Theatre

Author(s):Rajesh Kumar Yadav*

The Indian healthcare industry has grown dramatically in the last few years, particularly during Covid-19. The extraordinary participation of the Government, as well as advancements in technology and the digitization of healthcare services. In the Indian healthcare sector, several trends have emerged that are employing cutting-edge technology to simplify and improve the patient care experience. Looking at the future, it is quite sure that the healthcare system of the country will be under pressure to enhance the efficiency of care and quality and search for new ways to use systems, data, and distributed provider networks focused more on disease prevention and wellness. As a result, healthcare systems will require to be more integrated, while using technology to enhance the healthcare system. With emerging technology, the medical industry is demanding regular operation theatres to modular operation theaters in India. This is not without reason. Modular operation theaters have a concise design, integrated functionality, and a level of cleanliness that conventional operation theatres cannot match the standard. This is why more Hospitals and Healthcare institutions are investing in them with time.

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