Adaptable Response Kit
Virus Quarantine & Recovery Medical Module
Assured Outcomes Group A.R.K systems are complete medical facilities capable of operation in practically any environment. Our field hospital modules can be used when an existing hospital is rendered inoperable, in cases of extreme demand, or to bring medical care closer to patients in the event of a major disaster. Our systems are highly scalable, from a small clinic to a full service facility capable of supporting hundreds of people, with dedicated units for pharmacies, laboratories, X-ray imaging, dental care, and virtually any other medical specialty if needed. This allows a community to continue to develop a preexisting ARK system based on evolving situational needs. These field modules are also available for humanitarian and defense or security applications.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic there is increasing global demand for Field Hospital systems. These mobile facilities can be utilized to create surge capacity for existing hospitals, or alternate care sites. The concept of medical surge forms the cornerstone of preparedness planning efforts for major medical incidents. Medical surge describes the ability to provide adequate medical evaluation and care during events that exceed the limits of the normal medical infrastructure of an affected community. It encompasses the ability of hospitals and medical providers to survive a hazard impact and maintain or rapidly recover operations that were once compromised. The ARK System is the perfect solution for a Medical Surge site.
Adaptable Response Kit
in any Environment.
virus quarantine and recovery module
THE AOG V.Q.R.M
Due to the rapidly infectious nature of COVID-19, it is paramount to isolate identified infected individuals away from the general population of patients and providers in medical facilities. Field Hospital Modules have become a key part of the strategy in restricting the movement of the virus into hospitals around the world. The employment of the AOG V.Q.R.M will enable affected communities to render medical care to infected patients while also containing the spread of COVID-19.
The V.Q.R.M has been developed by a team of Board Certified Physicians hailing from Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Johns Hopkins, and Embry-Riddle having experience with Doctors Without Borders, US Military Special Operations Command Medicine, FEMA, and CDC whom specialize in the expedient deployment, care, and logistics of patients affected by disaster and disease around the world.
AOG’s Centralized Clinical
AOG’s Centralized Clinical Ecosystem (C2E) is a digital continuous monitoring solution that provides a centralized ecosystem where data and technologies are the foundation. The C2E allows staff to monitor patients and to integrate the data to chart the recovery and treatment paths of individual patients and operational units.
The C2E system utilizes wearables, sensors, and other tech that can be placed on or near patients where there is a contamination risk, viruses, disease and other hazards. The real-time data from such devices can reduce medical providers exposure, while reducing the overall number of staff required to treat patients.
Through Artificial Intelligence the C2E system can constantly monitor the data to alert hospital operators and caregivers of any health change a patient is experiencing, which can enable more efficient care and better outcomes. Through big-data analytics, machine learning, and AI, patient decline—or unintended consequences—can be predicted before they occur and suggested interventions can be relayed to caregivers.
AOG’s C2E system is a critical component of our Autonomously Controlled and Monitored Ventilation Splitter System and must be utilized in conjunction with it.
As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, the strain on our healthcare system will exponentially increase. Ever increasing numbers of patients will require invasive ventilation in our ICUs as witness around the world. Currently our access to ventilators is already limited in some geographic hot spots. Inevitably, the number of COVID-19 patients requiring ventilators will has surpassed our inventory. Currently, there are 3 options: increase the number of ventilators, make decisions on which patients will be given a chance at survival with ventilation, or extend the capacity of our current ventilators.
The Split Ventilation System will provide an option in our current unprecedented period in modern medicine. The concept, and practical use of ventilator splitting has been around for nearly 15 years. This management option has been used sparingly as there has been no need other than mass casualty, domestic terrorism scenarios. One ventilator can provide enough pressure and volume to ventilate up to 4 patients.
Splitting ventilation has been limited in the past by inferior control of volume or pressure to each individual patient. Variation in patient size, comorbidities and acute lung disease will unknowingly affect how each patient is ventilated.
Previously, using one ventilator for multiple patients did not allow monitoring of critical parameters for individual patients. Our solution is based on providing individual control of airway pressure and positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) along with individual monitoring of delivered lung volumes and pressures to each patient. The system will allow continued titration of ventilator support to each patient as their disease progresses or improves. Ventilation parameters that will be the same for each patient sharing a ventilator include respiratory rate and inspired oxygen concentration. Airway pressure and PEEP will be controlled to each patient. Ventilation will be computer controlled and the ability of remote monitoring will soon be available for overburdened areas. The system is reusable as it will be equipped with multiple viral filters. This product is a force multiplier, by using one existing ventilator and ventilating 4 patients. One Split Ventilation System will effectively add 3 ventilators to the fight against SARS-coV-2.
AOG is on the front lines in the fight against Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are a full service telemedicine provider, both clinically and technologically. The paramount strategy is containment. Isolate the patient, protect the care team, and provide access to care through virtual health. Web enabled software and cloud services allow clinicians to examine, diagnose, and treat even the most at-risk patients anytime, anywhere. This enables the entire care team to understand what the status of a is patient no matter where they are in the world. Additional benefits include:
- Expediting clinical decisions and expanding a Provider’s clinical reach using VER.
- Clinical accuracy of an in-hospital exam across all patient populations, neonate to adult.
- Effectively manages and monitors remote patients from any care setting with biometric trends and patient alert system.
Innovating the Future of Medicine in 3 simple steps:
- Integrating hardware and software solutions to wirelessly record and monitor HRV, O2, Temp, Respiration and BP via body worn sensors to a localized medical management suite, and to transmit relevant data to a remote health center via satellite.
- Run active machine learning that supports the local health center with the modeling for early diagnosis and recommended treatments.
- Collect sensor data at the local level to allow 24 hour active monitoring of patient vital signs and treatment data, and offer global backhaul for examination reports, medical research and remote telemedicine solutions.
A.R.K. applies improved clinical management systems to reduce the cost and burden of traditional treatment and increase the access and opportunity for patients to receive health care worldwide. With the application of telemedicine, we can reduce the resource load on conventional hospitals, disperse care centers into austere locations, and encourage appropriate isolation of the infected.
Our proposed ecosystem offers an end-to-end Telemedicine solution to include the interconnectivity of medical sensors to clinical management systems and secure mobile communications with access to higher echelons of medical support.
What makes our solution unique is the effectiveness of the ecosystem when working as a whole. Patients wearing our next-gen biometric sensors tied into advanced monitoring software, allows for the integration of Artificial Intelligence to assist patient diagnosis and improve accuracy based on a robust Machine Learning library.
- Satellite data provides secure global web access
- Mobile Broadband LTE Network connects any smart device to a secure CORE network
- Robust 802.11 access points offer aggregation of ancillary sensor data
- Monitoring software suite allows single point management of multiple patients
- Adaptable to interoperate with a variety of medical devices and sensors
- Mobile device and sensor management
- 24 hour remote maintenance and IT support
When local infrastructure is unreliable or non-existent, medical response teams can stay informed of the current situation and connected in a time of crisis.
A.R.K incorporates a fully contained and secure 4G LTE and 802.11 network to accommodate both communications and sustained connection of the C2E system and its myriad of wireless sensors and devices. For the first time ever, medical staff can communicate via smartphone, conduct critical messaging, and access the global internet from anywhere in the world.
The web is offered through a satellite terminal configured with the system for backhaul network access. This connectivity is critical for medical staff to conduct vital research, submit reports, and access a vast telemedicine solution suite.
Additionally, our remote backend services are provided for mobile device and sensor management, 24 hour maintenance and IT support, and with enough unrestricted data to service streaming telemedicine options.
The network is compatible with any internet ready device and serves as the backbone for all other features of the ecosystem.
virus quarantine recovery module (covid-19)
Negative Pressure Entry/Exit Vestibules
The negative pressure vestibules are used to contain airborne contaminants such as; viruses, bacteria, pollens, gases, VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) and chemicals and reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses by containing it within the quarantine facility. The Entry vestibule also serves as a sign in, PPE issue, and donning room, whereas the Exit Vestibule serves as UV decon room, decon shower and PPE decontamination site.
The DECON shower is set up at the exit vestibule to decontaminate multiple individuals simultaneously using 1-4 modular shower stalls and two additional hand-held sprayers. Divider curtains separate individual stalls for privacy
Ultraviolet Portable Sanitizer
Ultraviolet Portable Air and Area Sanitizers are used to disinfect uninhabited rooms after COVID patients have been relocated and render them safe for future use. Using Amalgam Germicidal Ultraviolet Lamps, these special lamps generate high levels of germicidal ultraviolet radiation lethal to infectious microorganisms such as bacteria, mold, and virus.
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