Optimized NICU Design
The Matrixx-M Vertical Headwall was ergonomically designed to address the specific environmental needs of at risk newborns, families and the clinical staff that cares for them in the neonatal care unit. The purpose of the second generation Matrixx family system was to meet all applicable Neonatal Intensive Care design guidelines, as published in the Journal of Perinatology. Design elements of the Matrixx-M include various lighting options, sound control, ergonomics and essential service delivery.
The flexible design of the system allows neonatal equipment to be placed where it is most clinically appropriate for the newborn, family and staff.
Join us at the NICU Patient Experience Simulation Lab located at our office in Norcross, GA. The Simulation Lab was developed in conjunction with the Institute for Patient Centered Design in an effort to improve the environment of care. For more information go to the Institute for Patient Centered Design.
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Optimal NICU Design
Increased Flexibility & Adaptability
The previous (original) generation Matrixx headwall continues to be available for facilities wishing to expand their neonatal capabilities and who currently have Matrixx headwalls, or for facilities for which the original Matrixx headwall better meets their needs.
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