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Medical Furniture Evidence - Based Design Concept

May 31, 2017

 Medical Furniture Medical furniture evidence-based design concept, with the medical institutions on the safety of patients, patients with medical experience to improve the degree of attention, as well as patients to improve the medical environment requirements, medical furniture design and selection more and more medical institutions, architectural design agencies attention The People's demand for the use of medical furniture has been to meet the needs of a single functional development to meet the different groups in the treatment, rehabilitation and even life set a variety of functions as one of the demand for the use of medical furniture design requirements have to meet the basic needs Development to a more secure, more comfortable, more convenient, more beautiful, more economical, more durable and so high standards of design requirements. The Center for Health Design, based on a number of evidence-based research, industry standards, and the requirements and standards of the US Facility Guideline Institute, summarizes the Evidence-based Design (Evidence-based Design) The concept of choice under the medical furniture need to consider the factors that are designed to provide medical institutions for medical reference. The list of medical furniture targeted in this list is mainly not included in the medical device management areas of the seat, bedding and accessories facilities.

  Medical Furniture This list not only provides management tools for medical industry leaders and medical institution managers, but also provides tools for building design teams and medical furniture manufacturers to communicate with each other to provide high quality, safe, Medical furniture. This list can be used at any stage of the strategic planning of medical furniture, whether it is the design phase or the operational phase, for example:

  1. Evaluate the manufacturer's product manual and website

  2, with manufacturers and furniture dealers meet to assess their furniture

  3, check the existing equipment and furniture life expectancy

  4, with the medical institutions infection control and safety committee

  5, with the interior designers to evaluate the recommended furniture features, room layout and product specifications

  6, the return on investment analysis

  7, the development of rental or purchase of furniture contract terms

  8, after the use of post-evaluation

  Medical Furniture The list is divided into eight parts, each associated with a common evidence-based design goal. The first three evidence-based design goals focus on patient safety issues, including factors that can lead to increased morbidity, mortality and health care costs. The next three evidence-based design goals focus on improving psychosocial factors and improving outcomes related to medical work. The seventh goal is mainly for environmental safety, the eighth goal from the investment point of view in the procurement of medical equipment, how to improve economic efficiency.