Utah Department of Health aspr hospital Preparedness Program fy 2012 Budget Period Approvable Equipment List



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Utah Department of Health ASPR Hospital Preparedness Program FY 2012 Budget Period

Approvable Equipment List
The following list provides suggestions for equipment/supply purchases that may assist facilities with completing tasks related to ASPR HPP grant capabilities. This list is not exhaustive and is provided merely as a tool to assist facilities in the development of Project Workplan and Budgets. All equipment purchase requests should be linked to identified hazards/needs assessments, will be approved after a review of Project Budget narrative and ASPR HPP Facility Survey results (April 2012), and are subject to the Funding Limitations noted below.
For questions contact Kevin McCulley – kmcculley@utah.gov; 801-273-6669; 801-641-1295.
NIMS/HICS:

HICS Vests Portable/Handheld Radios Batteries

Battery Charger Computer Projector

Portable Printer Copy Machine Fax Machine

Portable Drive Speaker Phones Monitors (Command Center/UHRMS)

HICS Org Charts Easel Dry Erase Board

Dry Board Markers Digital Camera Digital Camera Card

HICS Pocket Guide Signage

Hospital Command Center Supplies


  • Clipboards Pens Pencils Pencil Sharpener

  • Notebooks Folders Binders Storage Bin


PPE/Isolation/Infection Control:

N95 Masks Gowns *disposable Gloves *disposable

Masks *disposable Isolation Gowns *disposable Foot Covers *disposable

Fit Test Kit Signage Hand Sanitizer

Safety Glasses Hand Hygiene Stations Hand Hygiene Supplies

Battery Pack Battery Charger Portable Negative Air Units w/HEPA

Portable Containment Portable Anteroom PAPR System

Negative Pressure Monitors


Mass Fatality Management:

Body Packaging System Body Bags

Morgue Packs Personal Possessions Bags/Labels
Decontamination:

Portable Decon Shelter Decon Trailer Folding Tables

Folding Chairs Long Handled Brushes Soap

Sponges Decon Buckets Water Heater

Pump Water Containment (Bladders or Pools)

Bungee Cords Backboard Backboard Straps

Duct Tape Masking Tape Cooling Vests

Cooling Vest Replacement Packs Tyvek Suits and Accessories

Training Suits Gloves Boots

Emergency Response Guide Mobile Storage Chest Portable Shower

Garbage Cans Signage: Instructions in English/Spanish, Directional, etc.

Sign Holders Traffic Cones, Colored Barricade Tape

Crowd Control Stanchion Posts Tarps, Colored Personal Belongings Bags

Personal Belongings Tags Sharpie Markers Hoses

Patient Towels *disposable Patient Gowns *disposable Blankets *disposable

Patient Booties (footwear) *disposable Megaphone

Hospital Decon Redress Kits: Adults and Pediatrics

Heat Stress Monitor Electrical Cords Privacy Screens

Hazmat Cabinet Wheel Chocks for Trailers Portable Shelter Heater
Communications:

Radios Radio Base Station Radio Cases

Antenna and Tower Systems Repeaters Batteries

Battery Charger Satellite Phone Audio Teleconferencing Bridge

Ham Radio Ham Radio Base Stations and associated equipment
Training and Exercises:

Healthcare Preparedness Summit Expenses Mass Fatality Training

Evacuation/Shelter in Place Training HICS/NIMS Training

Fatality Management Training Moulage Supplies


Medical Evacuation/Shelter in Place:

Evacuation Chair Disposable Linens Hygiene Kits

Adjustable Bed w/IV Pole Cots Blankets

Pillows Wag Bags/Sani Bags Safety Glasses w/LED

Patient Tracking Equipment and Supplies O2 Concentrators

Evacuation Slides/Sleds/Stretchers


Mobile Medical Assets:

Storage Trailer Rolling Ladder Temporary Shelters

Portable Ventilators Portable Generators Flashlights

Batteries Cots Pillows

Linens Electrical Cords Wheel Chocks
Trauma/Medical/Burn Surge:

Rescue Manikins Triage Belt

Triage Tags

Pediatric Patient Assessment and Management Tools

Medical Supplies that support Surge Capacity

Ambu Bags IV Poles Backboards

IV Tubing w/Dial-a-Flow Backboard Straps Laryngeal Mask Airway

Betadine Laryngoscope Blanket Warmer

O2 Regulators Cricothyrotomy Supplies Portable Oximeters

Chest Drainage Collection Devices Portable Suction Equipment

Chest Tube Catheters Portable O2 Cots

Rigid Cervical Collars Cribs Slings

Endotracheal Tubes Splints ETC02 Detectors

Stethoscopes External Warmers Tape

First Aid Kits Telfa Gastric Decompression Tubes

Thermometers Gauze Vascular Dopplers

Wheel Chairs
Burn Cart: Wound care supplies for the treatment of ten patients with 50% TBSA burns for three dressing changes

Description


Quantity

Notes


Wound veil ( 24in x 36in )

30 packets

It may be good to add an additional 5 packs



2 sheets per pack …

If wound veil was unavailable you could substitute adaptic. There are approximately six 9x16 adaptics to one package of veil which would equal 180 packages.



Mesh Gauze ( 18 in x 18 in)

30 boxes

It may be good to add an additional 5 packs



6 gauze per pack

Fluff roll or Kerlix ( 4.5 x 4.1 yd )

150 rolls

It may be good to add an additional 25 rolls



We figured 5 rolls per dressing

Kerlix sponges ( 4 in x 4 in)

30 boxes

It may be good to add an additional 5 boxes



10 sponges per box

Tubular elastic dressing retainer # 1 otherwise known as netting

2 boxes

50 yds per box

Netting # 3

2 boxes

50 yds per box

Netting # 5

2 boxes

50 yds per box

Netting # 8

2 boxes

50 yds per box

Netting # 11

2 boxes

50 yds per box

Betasept 4 % ( 960 ml )

6 bottles

Could use 2 bottles per day for the 10 patients and pour at a central location NOT the patient room as cross contamination risk , you would just need to use less water as we usually use a half to full bottle per day per patient



Could use any kind of soap even small 1 fl oz of Johnsons baby wash. If using small bottles would need 30, 1 fl oz … and would need to still have Betasept to use on dirty wounds.

Basin ( large )

15

This would give 5 extra just in case additional are needed.

Scissors sharp / blunt

30 pairs

Could decrease this number to 20

Tape ( 1 in x 10 yds )

30 rolls




Elastic bandage 4 in x 4.5 yds

ace wrap



4 bundles

Total of 40 aces



10 bandages per bundle

This is a very simplified list containing only burn specific supplies. Other items that will be required would include personal protective equipment, IV tubing, LR (probably 100 liter bags) topical ointments, warming blankets and heater unit (probably 3 units with 10 blankets), IV / blood warmers with tubing (probably 3 units and 30 sets of tubing) The carts would need to be locked and have burn wound care fast reference cards laminated and tied to the cart.


Critical Infrastructure Protection:

Water Purification Systems Emergency Water Rations

Shelf Stable Ready to Eat Food Packs Fuel Storage Containers

Water Storage Containment Plastic Sheeting

Portable Lighting Portable Heater

Portable Fuel Supplies: Propane bottles Weather Radios

Emergency Radios w/Hand Crank

Emergency Flashlights; including those w/Hand Cranks

Security System


  1. Alarm Systems and Sensors

  2. Surveillance Equipment

  3. Monitoring Systems




Funding Limitations – Be advised that:

Approvable equipment purchases will be limited to those items that would expand medical surge capacity for the facility; Equipment purchased with these funds should not be routinely utilized to the extent that it becomes necessary for day-to-day operations; rather it should be maintained to support surge capacity; Cached supplies used due to an emergent need or disaster do not have to be re-supplied. However the purpose and use must be well documented; Storage space, units, or trailers funded by the HPP grant are to be utilized solely for the storage of disaster equipment, beds, and supplies; Recipients may only expend funds for reasonable program purposes, including personnel, travel, supplies, and services, such as contractual. Percentages of salary for hospital emergency planners will not be approved. Incidental costs to participate in preparedness activities, such as per-diem and travel are allowed.


Funding Restrictions – Funds may not be used for:

Construction or major renovations; Motorized vehicles of any type; Fund raising activities or political education and/or lobbying; Reimbursement of pre-award costs; Research; Backfilling costs for staff due to training or exercises. Backfill cost is defined as the straight-time salary and benefits and overtime of replacement personnel who perform the regular duties of other personnel while they are engaged in HPP funded training or exercise events, or responding to actual emergencies.












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