Use of Hospital Furniture - Medical Chair
Since the end of 2019, the COVID-19 has spread globally, and the symptoms of infection are mainly fever, dry cough and fatigue. Severe patients have difficulty breathing, which can rapidly develop into acute respiratory distress syndrome, septic shock, multiple organ failure, and even death. The main means of transmission of the new coronavirus are droplets and direct contact. The spread of the virus is minimized by setting up physical partitions, emergency partitions, reducing personnel density, and strict cleaning and disinfection. Hospitals, airports, stations and other places that are prone to crowded people have become the focus of attention.
Therefore, the emergency department and fever clinic of the hospital are listed as the key prevention and control unit. In order to reduce the spread of the virus, the layout of the hospital is now adjusted and divided into polluted areas, potentially polluted areas and clean areas. Each area is equipped with isolated single rooms. The infusion chair is separated from the hospital bed to reduce the density of personnel. The infusion chair is also called the drip chair, which is mainly used in medical units to give patients infusion. There are many types of infusion chairs. The basic components are the infusion rod, seat plate, cushion, armrests, beams and accessories. The current infusion chair takes comfort and safety as the first choice. The waiting chair area of the hospital is also a key observation area. It is easy to gather people here, with patients and accompanying family members, which makes the spread of the virus easier. When choosing a station waiting chair, you should not only focus on its stability and safety, but also avoid choosing irritating color blocks. Try not to use the gray with low brightness, which will affect the indoor light. The whole space is very depressing. When the COVID-19 is indiscriminate, we should reduce gatherings in the waiting area of the hospital. It is best not to crowd all the waiting seats and try to separate the spaces.
As the New Year is approaching, it is advocated to stay in the local area for the New Year to reduce the risk of personnel movement. It is not necessary to go to high-risk areas. It is recommended to celebrate on-site festivals and New Year's greetings online, reduce visiting relatives and friends, and avoid crowd gatherings. Continue to maintain good personal hygiene habits such as “wear masks, wash hands frequently, ventilate frequently, gather less, use a rice noodle, and use chopsticks”.