Hospital architecture design, as a branch of architecture design, is the inevitable outcome that social work is devided into more and more detailed aspects and medical technique has been developing result in.
With the development of artificial intelligence and medical robot,the quality and health of people have been improved. Meanwhile,the users(patients,visitors,employees in hospital)have put forward new and higher requirements for medical and working environment,and "human is the base" has been the topic of hospital architecture design.
Through the analysis of medical process of the second hospital attached to Lanzhou University,the article explored the meaning of "humanism" in hospital architecture in order to improve service quality of hospital.
Introducing theN o. 1 Hospital ofJ iaxing City from the aspects of designing concept, general planning and archi- tectural design, this paper proposes that hospital building de- sign should focus on innovation on the basis of fulfilling func- tions in order to be economical, practical and beautiful against the background of the rapid development of medical treatment buildings.
This paper discusses the importance of the humanistic design of hospital buildings, and probes into the humanistic design of hospital buildings from three aspects of the humanistic design of hospital environment , the humanistic externalization of the functions and forms, the humanistic arrangement of each functional section.
With the method of architectural planning, including establishing building goal, dynamic thinking and implementing schemes, this paper analyzes implemetary strategies and operational method of hospital buildings in China in the new century.
The way and method to decrease the energy consumption of air conditioning system for clean operating rooms in terms of energy saving analysis and positive-pressure control of air conditioning system with secondary return air, reutilization of waste heat and waste water of hospital buildings and operational management are discussed.
Not until after the 1971 San Fernando earthquake were new hospital buildings included in similar legislation.
The air in hospital buildings was sampled using a constant debit Gillian? pump at a flow of 1.0?l/min (±5%).
Two methods for estimating the cost of capital (one using local office rents; the other based on estimates of the replacement cost of hospital buildings) are applied to six types of health care service at nine VA medical centers.
At Whipps Cross Hospital new key worker housing is proposed alongside the new hospital buildings.
Long waiting lists for hospital appointments and often poor-quality hospital buildings are two manifestations of this situation.