Phoenix has engineered a way to develop N95-substitute masks and other PPE prototypes

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    N95 Mask As medical centers across the country report a shortage of N95 masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) the Innovation Center at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix has engineered a way to develop N95-substitute masks and other PPE prototypes including face shields and general surgical masks.

    The lab says the masks can be worn for up to three months if all parts are sanitized properly between patients according to a news release.

    “We’re doing this because we want our doctors our nurses and our team to remain safe and healthy and on the front line,” says Michael Lawton MD President and CEO of Barrow Neurological Institute at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. “We’re proud the Barrow Innovation Center has turned out to be a place where we can come up with good ideas and translate those immediately into products that are needed today.”

    Honeywell International is adding 500 new jobs to its Phoenix aerospace facility to help FFP3 Mask manufacture N-95 face masks and other equipment according to the city of Phoenix.

    “We have a world class team of engineers who did a phenomenal job designing prototyping and testing numerous possible solutions to the N95 mask shortage,” says Michael Bohl MD a seventh year neurosurgical resident at Barrow who leads the Innovation Center team. “We are currently working to finalize the best prototype of these N95-substitutes so we can manufacture enough masks to provide safety and reassurance to the doctors and nurses on the frontlines of this battle against the COVID-19 virus.”

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