Intensive care/Recovery room

Ecophon official reference: hospital, intensive care. Project: Huddinge University Hospital, Huddinge sjukhus, Sweden. Facility owner: Locum AB. Photo: Inpress, Truls Busch-Christensen, Uppsala, Sweden. System: Master A.

Supportive design will promote well-being amongst patients and staff, contributing to a faster patient recovery. Intensive care work is generally dependent on high staffing levels and a high occurrence of medical technical equipment. This can lead to noise levels that are higher than what is found in most types of hospital wards.

Acoustics
  • The high intensity of staff, monitoring devices, pumps etc. creates high noise levels which decreases the sleep quality for the patient.
  • Post operative recovery departments often consist of large open rooms. Room acoustics needs to be studied in order to create a comfortable and functional environment.
Ecophon's suggestion
  • Reverberation time 0.4 s or less. Highest value 250 - 4000 Hz. 125 Hz: 20% higher value permitted. Corresponds to 105% of floor surface covered with Absorption Class A (according to EN ISO 11654).

    Cleanability

    • A high level of hygiene must be maintained around the patient in order prevent infection. All surfaces need to be cleanable and able to withstand disinfectants.
    Product recommendation
    • Ecophon Hygiene offers a robust acoustic ceiling practically developed for controlled environments. Close to zero emissions and resilient to bacterial growth makes it a strong candidate for the most challenging healthcare environments.
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    Acoustics

    A well planned sound environment improves peoples ability to perform. Understanding of acoustics enables you to define the relevant descriptors to get the best end-result.

    Indoor climate

    The indoor environment has a major impact on people’s health. The building materials, the ventilation, the furnishing, the cleaning routines and the activities are factors that all influence the indoor climate.