Emerging infectious diseases are a major public health problem in developing countries, the control of these emerging diseases involves management of patients, investigation of cases, prevention, and early diagnosis of causes becomes very important, especially in areas where the infrastructure in nonexistent and or still without access to basic health facilities.
Considering the pandemic now as well as before, in parts of the world, including some GVI-supported countries, there are 10.6 million zero-dose children who have not received a single dose of the essential vaccines even during pandemics. Without any protection for the body, they are vulnerable to diseases.
Power shortage, unsound health facilities, equipment shortage, lack of professionals, and various other problems in remote areas are common challenges faced by the world on the road to Immunization and Last Mile Healthcare.
Aiming to change this situation, Haier Biomedical has launched HiClinic, a complete solution integrating a variety of scenarios, including diagnosis, medical, laboratory, PCR test and blood donation, contributing “Haier Power” to public health, healthcare and immunity.
In the case of an emergency or public health event, there is no time to respond or rebuild facilities, and the pathogen nucleic acid data cannot be detected on site.
Solution: Mobile PCR Testing Laboratory
Used in hospitals, third-party testing institutions, ports, and the centers for disease control to provide a mobile, fast, safe, accurate, and efficient technical testing platform.
Based on a safe, reliable, and secure intelligent and innovative integrated design, the Mobile PCR Testing Laboratory occupies a small area, it is transportable, and can be quickly deployed to deliver a stable environment. The Laboratory has a durable cabin that features high strength, corrosion resistance, airtightness, and superior thermal insulation. Parts of the cabin, including partitions, ceilings, doors and windows, lamps, water pipes, and electrical components, are all made of high-quality materials. Additionally, the Testing Laboratory comes with perfect ventilation and rain protection measures and also IoT technology and a touch screen to monitor device status and set device parameters.
Local airports on the Sumatra Island in Northern Indonesia have introduced the Mobile PCR Nucleic Acid Testing Laboratory designed by Haier Biomedical to solve the various difficulties in the process of pandemic prevention and control in Indonesia and guarantee the safety of the vaccines from production to transportation and the last-mile vaccination.
Samples are difficult to collect, screen, and analyze in remote areas.
Solution: Solar Powered Medical Laboratory
To monitor, control, and test infectious diseases in rural off-grid areas taking advantage of solar-powered medical facilities.
Solution: Mobile Solar Clinic
Specially designed for children’s vaccination, routine physical examination of pregnant women and children as well as water supply, and health care in remote areas.
The laboratory is mobile, quickly deployable, and ergonomically designed with a smart monitoring system and an air conditioning system. Manufactured with solar direct drive refrigerators, it can ensure long-term storage. Additionally, it provides multiple storage cabinets for the storage of cotton swabs, disposable needles, and other similar medical items. With all working areas monitored independently, it enables real-time supervision, inspection, diagnosis, and treatment throughout the vaccination.
The deployment of blood collection units are scattered, with large mobility of personnel, blood collection is difficult.
Solution: Solar Blood Donation Unit
The laboratory is cost-effective, transportable, fast to deploy and space-saving, making it easy for blood collection. The customized layout and cabinets can meet different user needs, at the same time, it is also designed with medical independent rest area and a privacy consultation area.
Haier Biomedical’s HiClinic solution helps to address the most important link of different conditions to ensure – the “last mile healthcare ” is delivered.