Intensive Care Room Illumination
Lighting in an intensive care unit should be as efficient as daylight for patients to contribute to the healing process. This helps to observe the patient better and to make the necessary intervention correctly. In such places, as well as indirect lighting applications, direct lighting can be used for simple examinations and treatments. Because patients are kept under observation during the night, lighting should be used that does not disturb them in their sleep. Some types of lighting may have negative effects on the patients. Therefore, appropriate lighting products that prioritize patient health should be preferred.