Title Exploring a Simulator for Experimenting With Respiratory Infectious Disease ControlTechnology- Focusing on Simulating Emergency Medical Institution Spaces -
Authors 김진영(Kim, Jin Young) ; 이상원(Lee, Sang Won) ; 심약기(Shen, Ruoqi) ; 여명은(Yeo, Myung Eun) ; 김성완(Kim, Sungwan) ; 신상도(Shin, Sang Do) ; 여명석(Yeo, Myoungsouk) ; 조항만(Zo, Hangman)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2024.40.1.77
Page pp.77-88
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Infectious Diseases; Emergency Rooms; Medical Technology; Laboratory Simulators; Architectural Design; Medical Research
Abstract This study delved into the foundational aspects of planning an experimental simulator for respiratory infection control technology. Utilizing this information, a design plan was proposed to replicate the environment of a regional emergency medical center. The challenges presented by infectious diseases, especially in emergency rooms, have prompted the development and testing of various infection control medical technologies. However, legal constraints prevent the demonstration of these technologies in real medical settings. Hence, there's a demand for simulation spaces to conduct experiments like performance verification. The proposed simulator aims to replicate an emergency medical institution for respiratory infection control technology experiments, facilitating testing in the developmental stage before practical application. The design plan, based on a spatial analysis of Seoul National University Hospital's emergency medical center, was outlined. Requests from research teams were gathered, and conflicting requirements were reconciled to form an integrated design plan. Considering the absence of a specific design plan for medical technology experiments in academic contexts, it is anticipated that this comprehensive spatial planning for infectious disease response and related medical experiments will serve as a valuable reference in the future.