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Coronavirus A dinner table chat between husband and wife may help solve the coronavirus mask shortage She's a doctor; he's an engineer. Their conversation led to a new system that can decontaminate 80, masks a day. The system, which can process up to 80, masks per day, has been called a potential "game changer" for the front-line health care workers and first responders who rely on the masks, according to hospital officials concerned about a shortage of protective equipment to shield their staff from COVID

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Laurie, a family physician who oversees chat about wife for the OhioHealth hospital network, had just come from a meeting at her hospital's Incident Command Center. She said she was worried about the dwindling supply of N95 masks and told her husband that she wouldn't have a mask when the coronavirus surge hit. Young couple create new system to clean and reuse N95 masks April 14, That's when Kevin, an engineer at Battelle Memorial Institute, a nonprofit research organization, offered up a simple solution, "Why don't you just clean them up and reuse them?

But Kevin remembered a study his colleagues at Battelle had conducted five years earlier showing the masks could be decontaminated and reused in an emergency. In the past Battelle has been awarded several government contracts and consulted the U.

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Laurie, a family physician who oversees well-being for the Chat about wife hospital network, had just come from a meeting at her hospital's Incident Command Center. She said she was worried about the dwindling supply of N95 masks and told her husband that she wouldn't have a mask when the coronavirus surge hit. Young couple create new system to clean and reuse N95 masks April 14, That's when Kevin, an engineer at Battelle Memorial Institute, a nonprofit research organization, offered up a simple solution, "Why don't you just clean them up and reuse them?

But Kevin remembered a study his colleagues at Battelle had conducted five years earlier showing the masks could be decontaminated and reused in an emergency.

In the past Battelle has been awarded several government contracts and consulted the U. Kevin and Laurie said they immediately got to work.

Within minutes, Kevin ed his colleagues to track down the research. Laurie ed her boss at OhioHealth to ask if she could pursue this, saying "I think this could really be something to help us. And by Sunday — only three days later — executives from OhioHealth and scientists from Battelle met to talk about the project.

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From there, everything happened at warp speed, said Justin Sanchez, a life sciences research fellow at Battelle who was involved in the implementation of the eife. Fast forward to March 29, when the Food and Drug Administration granted Battelle emergency authorization to deploy the machines to sites around the country. It was 15 days from the conversation at the Hommemas' house to the greenlight from the FDA.

Here's how the decontamination system works: The masks are steeped in concentrated hydrogen peroxide vapor inside a chamber — in this case a repurposed cargo-shipping container — for about two and a half hours. It takes a couple more hours to clear the chamber of any residual gas.