Intensive care/Recovery room
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.
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 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.