Modular Operating Theater (MOT) Based Integration System in Hospital Operating Rooms

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Andiyan Andiyan
I Made Raka
Masayu Rosyidah
Santi Salayanti
Pandu Adi Cakranegara
Rini Nuraini


Modular Operating Theatre, Panel PUF, EPS, MGPS


The Modular Surgical Theater This system is often used in operating rooms since it is incorporated into a single control panel, operating more effectively and efficiently. The Modular Operating Theater in this study's operating room employs analytical techniques and has somewhat complicated space needs. The outcome of the discussion Naturally, any hospital that wants to do MOT in the operating room must adhere to the regulations of the Indonesian Minister of Health, as everything must adhere to specific criteria. Additionally, MOT must fulfill the primary components required to ensure that the operational process goes properly and without technological difficulties. Additionally, insulated doors (swing or sliding) must be used to control pathogens, bacteriostatic floors with corner covings must be used, laminar airflow must reach the operating table, modern operating tables must be used, the air conditioning system and air distribution must be adequately filtered, and sterile corridors must be used. The MOT in the operating room must also include MGPS (Medical Gas Pipeline System), flexible arm light pendants, precise indications on surgeon control panels and electrical panels, scrub stations, and comprehensive utility pendants, as well as static/dynamic clean/dirty boxes. Conclusion: The operating room MOT requirements are specified in PERMENKES RI No. 1204/MENKES/SK/X/2004, and any hospital wishes to construct one must adhere to them. Several requirements will be outlined in this section that must be adhered to while manufacturing MOT. For example, walls and ceilings must be insulated with PUF, EPS, or stainless steel panels.

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