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Noise Monitoring: A Strategy for Better Patient Care in Hospitals

  • Document Number

    998-2095-04-09-15BR0_EN

  • Type

    White Paper

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    04/09/2015

  • Version

    1.0

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  • Document Number

    998-2095-04-09-15BR0_EN

  • Type

    White Paper

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    04/09/2015

  • Version

    1.0

Description:

Noise levels in hospitals have increased tenfold in the past five years and are continuing to escalate. Hospital workers and patients are being overwhelmed by the constant noise of alarms, paging systems, and medical equipment. All this noise leads to sensory overload, alarm fatigue, and negative impacts on patient recovery. This white paper reviews the causes and effects of hospital noise on patients, staff, and the organization as a whole. Recommended best practices for noise monitoring and reduction are provided, along with guidance on what to look for in a noise-monitoring solution.

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Description:

Noise levels in hospitals have increased tenfold in the past five years and are continuing to escalate. Hospital workers and patients are being overwhelmed by the constant noise of alarms, paging systems, and medical equipment. All this noise leads to sensory overload, alarm fatigue, and negative impacts on patient recovery. This white paper reviews the causes and effects of hospital noise on patients, staff, and the organization as a whole. Recommended best practices for noise monitoring and reduction are provided, along with guidance on what to look for in a noise-monitoring solution.

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