Technological Facilities in Health Care Institutions
- Department of Biomedical Technology
Requirements from the point of view of the function of health care facilities. Infrastructure of facilities and relevant characteristics. Architecture of the health care facilities. Distribution systems (engineering nets - electric power distribution, characteristics of circuits, water distribution, gas distribution, supply systems, power supplies, drives, compensations, health care facility premises with particular charakterictics, steam distribution).
Conditions of classified assessment:
Total condition: Design of short feasibility study in one project.
Classified assessment: Successful test graduating above 65%, plea of FS, answering two test questions.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1.Buildings in healthcare ? pavilions or compact building. Support spaces. Hygienical requirements. Material transport. Signification of technical staff.
2.Project management, Invention, Communication with medical staff, Feasibility study, Substantiation technical solution.
3.ICU, CCU, screening rooms, sanitation, aircondition
4.Operating rooms, intervention operating rooms
6.Adult department structure, Children department, support spaces (rooms)
7.Engineering?s networks in healthcare
8.Measuring medical equipment, laboratories
9.Project?s structure, Logistic of supplies
10.Bill of quantities, Budgets, Prices
11.Medical equipment, rules of using
12.Medical equipment, optimalization of operation and service working
13.Sterilization, steam networks, gas networks, types of sources
14.Project?s team leader and his individuality, showing skills to plea the project
- Syllabus of tutorials:
1.Healthcare buildings concept, pavilions or compact building, assignment of semester task
2.CCU design, layout of equipment, layout of department
3.Adults department?s concept, surgery, prices
4.Concept of screening rooms, ICU, material transportation
6.Concept of navigation and IT structure, dispositional risks during constructions (switches, doors, beds throughput, interference, compatibility)
8.Project documentation, supplies concept
9.Source bridges, Sterilization
10.Medical equipment specification, mistakes during realization, what to do if solution does not set to legislative, or our imagination
11.Crisis solution in project
12.Defense of semester task
- Study Objective:
- Study materials:
Richard L. Miller, Earl S. Swensson: Hospital and Healthcare Facility Design. W. W. Norton & Company; 2 edition (2002). 384 s.
Jain Malkin: Medical and Dental Space Planning: A Comprehensive Guide to Design, Equipment, and Clinical Procedures. Wiley; 3 edition (2002). 624 s.
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- Systematic Integration of processes in Health Service - full-time (compulsory course)