Delmic, a dutch company was wondering what they could do to helpe with this crisis. With input from a GP, they have developed the D.A.A.D (Diagnosis At A Distance). Thanks to an airtight dividing wall, no masks or other protective equipment is required. The penetrations in the wall make it possible to perform most diagnostics.
As a result, there is less or no chance of infection from doctor to patient or patient to doctor. As a result, personal protective equipment, such as mouth masks, are no longer needed in the triage and can be used where they are most needed.
This week they are going to put the first units on test locations. DEED. can be used for triage in crisis centers, general practices and hospitals, but also for drive by testing.