|It also has a neonatal work station with provisions for keeping the infant warm, an electronic blender resuscitation unit and a SpO2 monitoring system.
Since the sight of medical equipment, accessories and medicines can be daunting for many, everything is stored in drawers mounted on the wall in an aesthetically appealing style. Gas outlets, monitors and electrical sockets with cables have all been moved off the floors and walls—they are mounted on pendants suspended from the ceiling.
All the instruments that are used to assist the process of labour are set out on a utility cart according to the order and frequency of use. The systematic organisation of the space enables the doctor and the medical staff to work efficiently. The setup is also organised to simplify training activities.
The floor is a smooth, slip-free and impervious vinyl surface with antimicrobial agent to minimise the risk of infection. The birthing theatre is designed for waste disposal, cleaning and infection-prevention in accordance with the latest guidelines for effective sanitation.