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Advances in Interior Design Technology in Healthcare Facilities

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Advances in Interior Design Technology
in Healthcare Facilities
In the last two decades, evidence-based design-features that
Improve patient healing, mood, and well-being,
Staff efficiency and safety
Through thoughtful and research-based design initiatives-has fundamentally changed how we design hospital interiors.
For healthier indoor environments.
low-VOC paint, recycled paint, less toxic adhesives that generate less off-gassing, and carpets and ceiling tiles that include post-consumer waste and/or can be recycled.

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Advances in Interior Design Technology in Healthcare Facilities

  1. 1. Advances in Interior Design Technology in Healthcare Facilities Department of Architecture Jamia Milia Islamia New Delhi Presented by: Under guidance of: Nitin Sharma Pranav Arora Ar. Mohd. Firoz Anwar M.Arch(HCA)
  2. 2. Introduction In the last two decades, evidence-based design- features that Improve patient healing, mood, and well-being, Staff efficiency and safety Through thoughtful and research-based design initiatives-has fundamentally changed how we design hospital interiors. For healthier indoor environments. low-VOC paint, recycled paint, less toxic adhesives that generate less off-gassing, and carpets and ceiling tiles that include post-consumer waste and/or can be recycled. Scope & Limitations Walls Floor Ceilings Doors Signage Furniture Equipments Presented by : Pranav Arora P 1/20
  3. 3. History -The design research and its evolution are described in a snap shot in the following timeline. -The research on interior designs in Healthcare sector developed in the period 1978-1991. -Then there were some enlightened clients which promoted more of open to nature designs. -During 1995-1997 there were some innovators and risk Takers. Presented by : Nitin Sharma P 2/20 -Then there were some Major projects which included connection with nature through incorporating oxygen rich varieties.Then there were some design principles evolved: -Provide access to gardens when possible. -Create comfortable size rooms. -Increase quantity and size of windows. -Provide decentralized, barrier-free nursing stations -Create family zones in patient rooms.
  4. 4. Walls Paints Water-based and highly breathable Low VOC and Solvent free UV stable and fade free. Highly light reflective maximising both natural and artificial light  Incombustible Odourless Available in a wide range of colours Resistant to mould and fungal growth Nano water based Hygiene paints Panels Continuous tone colour image interlayer between two transparent tiles of glass or a transparent tile of glass and reflective glass backer Numerous options increase the visual possibilities Nationwide Children's Hospital,Ohio Presented by : Nitin Sharma P 3/20
  5. 5. Floor Epoxy flooring Created through the generation of a chemical reaction that uses an epoxide resin and polymine hardener. Highly chemical resistance Durability Low porosity Strong bond strength. Can be cleaned with even hot water and detergents. Easily scrub able. Seamless Linoleum & Vinyl Linoleum is a floor covering made from renewable materials such as solidified linseed oil (linoxyn), pine rosin, ground cork dust, wood flour, and mineral fillers such as calcium carbonate, most commonly on a canvas backing. Water resistant Heat- and sound- insulating Very durable and flexible Available in various colors Private room Operation theatre with Epoxy flooring P 4/20Presented by : Nitin Sharma
  6. 6. Mineral Fibre board(self design) Themes ceiling panels with playful design Wet formed Mineral Fibre Humidity resistance NRC 0.75 CAC 35 Light reflectance 0.85 VOC Emission-Nil Sizes available=24 in x24 in Applications Pediatric area Lobbies/Reception Specialty shops/interiors Playful theme interior Barisol(stretched Fabric) Stretched ceiling fixation system over aluminium can be fixed on the edge of the walls or directly to the ceiling M1 copolymer cadmium-free impermeable to fibres impermeable to dust return to their initial shape after distortion Robust Recyclable Presented by : Pranav Arora P 5/20 Ceiling
  7. 7. Cafeteria (Cloud Ceiling) Auditorium (Cloud Ceiling) Corridors and consultation areas(Mineral Fibre Board Ceiling) Lobbies (Open Cell) Presented by : Pranav Arora P 6/20
  8. 8. University of CA, Irvine Imaging Center Patient room 2020 Design studioCounter and sinks Colours Operation theatres Solid surface(Corian) Solid surface material is a unique blend of minerals and acrylic which creates a stone-hard surface that can be shaped to meet any design or dimension. Solid and homogeneous versatility, function and durability Non-porous and hygenic Renewable  Inert, non-toxic, chemically unreactive Numerous colours available Presented by : Pranav Arora P 7/20
  9. 9. Sancheti Joint Replacement Centre,Pune AIIMS Labs Asian Heart Institute, Mumbai Plastic Surgery Fitout Presented by : Pranav Arora P 8/20
  10. 10. Electric operable partitions Provide a visually stunning and flexible space Panels are 4in thick Panels are hinged together and are operated by two electric key switches for fast, safe set-up. Maximum Ht. 9.2m Mechanically retracted bottom seals Partition travels across the opening without causing damage to the floor and accommodates deflection and floor variance. Maintains acoustics over time and adds stability to the partition when extended. Low profile hinges Interlocking vertical seals panel-to-panel alignment and prevents sound leaks between panels. White acrylic finish on the cafeteria side Laminate faux wood on large meeting room side Advent Healthcare,Florida US Presented by : Pranav Arora P 9/20
  11. 11. Electric operable partitions Extra wide clear opening 3-panel single slide and 6-panel biparting doors Clear door-opening widths increased by approximately 35% The compact header, 8" high & 7" deep, is houses the motor and assembly Battery backup for keeping the door operational during power loss Electromagnetic lock For ICU, CCU, and emergency Presented by : Pranav Arora P 10/20
  12. 12. Scottish Rite and Egleston campuses of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Reception lobby Illuminated Graphic of flowers Custom colored terrazzo floor Lobby wall in textured ,silver painted panels Continuous Strip LED’s for colored walls Display wall These high-impact displays strengthen relationships, build awareness and promote increased giving and participation.  Space-saving, easy-to-update multimedia presentations Donor profiles, organizational highlights, donor recognition, new fundraising projects, historical video, giving opportunities and more. P 11/20Presented by : Pranav Arora
  13. 13. Wayfinding(signages) This relationship requires the user to form an overall mental image of the layout of the place. This image is referred to as the cognitive map of the setting Wayfinding applications can direct visitors from point to point within facilities, thus speeding-up the process of finding a patient room or check-in area. Functional efficiency Visitor accessibility Safety Patient empowerment, improving cognitive skills in spatial understanding Improved bottom line P 12/20Presented by : Pranav Arora
  14. 14. Motorized blinds 240V tubular motor hard wired or wireless system The battery fits above the tube and connects to a motor for power. Blinds can be grouped together for simultaneous operation and integrated with BMS/a range of control options P 13/20Presented by : Pranav Arora
  15. 15. Elements Furniture Mechanical Electic operated beds made of Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) is a common thermoplastic polymer used in Hospital Beds. -The basic modern hospital bed is called an electric bed Smart Beds - Microprocessors installed in the bed measuring respiration patterns will sense when breathing has ceased, as well as move the bed in such a way that the individual resumes breathing. Presented by : Nitin Sharma P 14/20
  16. 16. Elements Overhead Track Lifts Portable Floor LiftsCeiling Mounted Lifts Free Standing Overhead Lifts Ceiling structure must support weight of lift and person. Overhead track lifts can be used in rooms with limited floor space or where an exam table cannot accommodate a portable floor lift. Do not require modifications to existing construction. While not as portable as floor lifts with wheels, these lifts are movable and can be relocated as needs or services change. A low height, adjustable width base can move closer to the end of the exam table and can be narrowed for transit and storage. Presented by : Nitin Sharma P 15/20
  17. 17. Elements Use of Copper fittings Due to its intrinsic germ-killing properties, copper is now being used in the development of products and materials for health care interiors. (5,000-year-old technology) Copper, which begins to destroy these organisms at a cellular level on contact. When tested in Hospitals, infection dropped by 58 percent. Presented by : Nitin Sharma P 17/20 Copper alloys installed in proximity to hospitalized patients, On items such as the bed rail, IV pole and nurse call button,door handles, push buttons for automatic doors, faucet levers in public and patient bathrooms, over-bed tabletops.
  18. 18. Bump rails and corner guards Beds, food trolleys, medicine trolleys, drip stands, mop buckets and wheelchairs are types of wheeled equipment. Leads to accidents and mechanical damage to walls, corners and exposed edges. Bump-rails should be specified and fitted in key areas to minimise repairs and prolong the wall finishes. In addition, bump-rails are useful behind chair-backs in waiting areas, where scuff marks are common. Presented by : Nitin Sharma P 18/20
  19. 19. Equipments Moisture Control Dehumidifier -Control humidity in Hospitals, acting as a desiccant (a hygroscopic substance used as a drying agent). Presented by : Nitin Sharma P 19/20 -Keeping excessive moisture at bay. With a Bry-Air dehumidifier. -Surgeon can personally set the temperature and humidity that is most appropriate for each procedure. -Those conditions will be maintained regardless of existing mechanical system in the rest of the building. -The RH can be easily controlled to 45% or lower, even at temperatures below 65°F(18.3°C).
  20. 20. Elements Equipments Air purifier Central filtration system Presented by : Nitin Sharma P 20/20 -Capable of removing relatively large particulates like dust, dander, pollen, fibres, mould spores and fungus using a combination of electrostatic precipitation, HEPA and UV light. -Sufficient to clean large public areas to an acceptable level of healthy indoor air quality. High-efficiency particulate arrestance (HEPA), also sometimes called high-efficiency particulate arresting or high-efficiency particulate air, is a type of air filter. Filters meeting the HEPA standard used in medical facilities
  21. 21. THANK YOU Presented by: Nitin Sharma Pranav Arora

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