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AANEM Connect | Size of EMG room to safely do more than one patient at a time View modes: 
Simon Zimnowodzki - 11/21/2020 8:38:15 PM
   
Size of EMG room to safely do more than one patient at a time

Hi,

I was wondering if anybody has any thoughts about whether
TWO patients can have EMG's done at the SAME time in a very
large room (designed for THREE patients
in three separate cubicles) and where 
the TWO patients are on the opposite ends of the room
(in the far cubicles) and are about 20 feet apart.


Assuming all other COVID parameters are followed, such as
face masks and face shields, etc. what anyone's thought is
about whether it's okay to do the two EMGs at the same time.

Thank you,



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