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Healthcare Facility Managers Learn to Optimize Surgical Suites at 2008 ASHE Annual Conference
Date:7/15/2008

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NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Society of Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) offers professional learning opportunities for its members -- and this years' annual conference is no exception. Added to the roster for the first time is Trane, a leading global supplier of indoor comfort systems and comprehensive facility solutions.

Leaders from Trane will make two presentations at the 45th annual event and will sponsor the overall festivities held on July 20-23 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Md.

"Healthcare facility managers are under extreme pressure to constantly improve their buildings' performance despite tightening budgets and strict regulations," said Laura Rygielski, healthcare director for Trane. "We plan to supply these professionals with an array of tools and knowledge that will make their lives easier, while helping them provide the optimal environment for patients and staff."

Optimizing Surgical Suites -- The Most Profitable Part of the Hospital

Ronnie Moffitt, PE, CEM, a principal applications engineer for Trane, will present: "Surgical Suite Temperature and Humidity: Providing What Surgeons Want Versus the Limitation of Your Equipment." Details of his presentation are:

-- Date: July 21

-- Time: 9:45-10:45 AM ET

-- Moffitt is available for media interviews upon request and appointments

Moffitt will discuss what surgeons want out of the physical environment of their surgical suites -- and how to deliver on them. This includes:

-- Explaining humidity requirements in an operating room,

-- Discussing associated documentation and strategies needed for easier compliance and administration

-- Sharing various control systems that are available for operating room suites

-- Highlighting practical solutions to regulate humidi
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