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The 2014 Intelligent Hospital™ Pavilion Labor, Delivery, Recovery, and Post-Partum (LDRP) Room

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Published on Jun 16, 2014

Labor, Delivery, Recovery, and Post-Partum (LDRP) Rooms are designed to provide a comfortable, home-like atmosphere that facilitates patient safety, operational efficiencies, and an overall favorable patient experience. In support of baby friendly hospital initiatives, the LDRP room provides a private environment that promotes the initial bonding between mother and child, allows for caregivers to deliver personalized education, and support for breast feeding and infant care.


Maternal -- fetal monitoring during labor and delivery helps care providers implement best practices and improve patient outcomes. These rooms are designed to accommodate state-of-the-art fetal monitoring technology, medical equipment, and supplies that are ready for use when needed throughout the patient's entire stay. Perinatal data systems capture data from the fetal monitor and import the strips into the system for electronic surveillance and remote monitoring. The patients' electronic medical record is able to be captured through the documentation modules designed around the clinical workflow specific to labor and delivery. All associated data is integrated to the Healthcare Information System (HIS) providing a complete electronic medical record. Special tools enable care providers the ability to get fast, accurate assistance in the assessment of FHR baseline, variability, accelerations and decelerations, and to apply NICHD definitions with confidence and clarity. Through the use of remote technology (smart phones and/or internet) physicians are able to monitor their patients and utilize the special tools. The perinatal system provides patients with confidence that they are being monitored at all times, even when the care provider is not in the room.

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