Patient during their stay in the hospital most of the time spent in hospital room.
In the intensive care rooms,quality of illuminance is not of primary significance,as it is in the case of classic treatment hospital rooms.It is more important to make optimal conditions for the patients(often in critical health condition) care.
We distinguish three types of the hospital care hospital sets, depending on the design, number and type of used outlets:
- hospital set for surgery (UBS 2210)
- hospital set for dialysis (UBS 2220)
- hospital set for coronary units (UBS 2230)
Coronary unit hospital set (UBS 2230) can be mounted only on the ceiling, surgery hospital set can be mounted on the ceiling (UBS 2212) and on the wall (UBS 2211), dialysis hospital set can be mounted on the wall (UBS 2221) and on the ceiling (UBS 2222).
Illumination of the hospital rooms should support the patient recuperation and easy adaptation to the hospital atmosphere.
General illumination of the hospital room is exclusively realized as indirect one. Illuminating source is positioned above the patient bed, to obtain required even distributed illumination in the room and the avoidance of shadows.
Every bed is equipped also with reading lighting (direct lighting). This lighting is beamed, so the disturbance of the neighbor patients is avoided.
Illuminaton in the rooms with beds should enable the patient examination and therapy practice (working lighting), together with orientation and surveillance lightings.
Technical requirements concerning the illumination are given in the DIN 5035 part 3 (“Artificial light internal illumination