Childrens’ Recovery Room

Case study

 

A new solution at Randers Hospital

The childrens’ recovery room in Randers Hospital features a large screen for mood projection. As a child awakens from anaesthesia, a video of the sun rising is displayed and the lighting in the room is slowly increased. When the child is more awake, they may choose relaxing moods featuring baby animals from around the world. This helps to distract the child from their discomforts and acts as a catalyst for conversation between the caregivers and the child. The inclusion of controlled lighting creates a soothing atmosphere of safety for everyone.

“Even though I had a sore throat, laying in bed and watching the animals made me forget all about it.”August, 7 years old, after a throat operation

General words from patients

Before

The room does not mean so much to us. The main thing is that my child is doing well.From a parent whose child is recovering from surgery
Dark and obscure – that is good, since it’s good to wake up in a small, dark room.From a parent whose child is recovering from surgery

After

Lovely, homely, cozy… we were embraced in a different way. It was not so clinical, and this made a huge difference.From a parent whose child is recovering from surgery
The moods are nice with still images – you won’t miss anything if you turn your head away.From a parent whose child is recovering from surgery
Soothing and good for taking one’s mind off the stresses of the procedure.From a parent whose child is recovering from surgery

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