"Research shows the close connection between early and regular mobilization and improved therapeutic outcomes."
The advantages of early mobilization in the intensive care unit
David McWilliams, physiotherapist in the Intensive Care Division at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, UK, explains his views on pre-marriages in the intensive care unit. It provides benefits for patients, nursing staff and facilities and is a challenge for clinics in the implementation of pre-mobilization programs.
Getinge can assist you with all steps of your pre-mobilization program inside and outside the bed, such as the Citadel, Maxi Transfer Sheet, Sara Combilizer and passive and active patient lifts. Our dedicated sales, service and training team will be happy to advise you on the best solutions for your organization.
"Modern intensive care units have a broad range of therapeutic options for ARDS patients in order to meet the different basic conditions and severity levels and to achieve an optimal treatment result for as many as possible patients."
Patients with ARDS - still a major problem on intensive care units
Professor Massimo Antonelli, Director of the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care at the University Hospital of A. Gemelli in Rome, Italy, gives some facts and figures on the acute respiratory syndrome (ARDS) and explains possible measures for particularly severe ARDS cases in intensive care units.
For all ARDS patient care steps, Getinge supports you with a comprehensive range of ventilation equipment (such as the ultra-modern SERVO-U system), beds, premature mobilization solutions, the ECMO system and advanced health monitoring technologies.
"The most important advantage of a" healing environment "for the patient is the reduction of stress and thus the reduction of pharmacological sedation and the reduction of mental illness, especially delirium."
High-tech intensive care units offer advantages for employees and patients.
PD Dr. Thomas Iber, Medical Director, and Anke Windischmann, Head of the Intensive Care Division of the Klinikum Mittelbaden, Baden-Baden Balg, discuss their views on the topic "Healing Environment" and explain which patients benefit from these novel concepts for the intensive care unit. They also report on their own experiences in this relaxed work environment.
For the furnishing of your intensive rooms we support Getinge not only with regard to offer advice, installation and support, but also, if desired, in the construction of a highly modern "Healing Environments". Our tailor-made solutions take into account individual customer requirements and include, for example, specific room furnishing, the use of natural colors, wood decorations and friendly materials - on request also in combination with invigorating wall-mounted motifs and an appealing light concept. This offer is rounded off by our latest ceiling supply units. Getinge provides you with a highly flexible and ergonomic working environment to create the optimal healing environment.