Labor And Delivery. Each delivery room, with outlet located in
ceiling service console; Each labor room; each recovery bed, and nurses
station. At the nurses station provide conduit to both the printer and all
Fetal Monitoring. A conduit with pull wire will be provided from
each delivery room, labor room, stress test room, exam/prep room and birthing
room to a pull box above the ceiling at the labor and delivery nurses station.
A minimum of one conduit with pull wire will be provided from the pull box to
the nurse station for the monitors.
Neonatal Monitoring. A conduit with pull wire will be provided
from each intensive and continuing care bassinet location, LDR, LDRP and each
isolation room to a pull box above the ceiling at the nursery nurses station.
Anesthesia And Respiratory Gas Analysis System. Conduit with pull
wire will be provided from each operating room ceiling column, from 25 percent
of the patient service consoles in the surgical suite recovery area, to
include the isolation rooms; each cyctoscopy room at the head of the table;
each delivery room ceiling column, and one delivery recovery bed patient
service console. Conduits with pull wires will be provided to the anesthesia
workroom where the analyzer and central processing unit are to be located.
Conduit will be provided to the anesthesia office suite and the blood gas lab
for printer or cathode ray tube units.
SPECIAL MONITORING EQUIPMENT. Monitor panels for hospitals and
Medical Centers will be provided in a 24 hour staffed location to monitor the
operation of critical hospital systems and equipment per NFPA 70. If an
Energy Monitoring System is furnished for the facility, the alarm points may
be made part of that system and a separate monitor need not be installed. The
exceptions are medical gas and the emergency generator monitors, which must be
a dedicated system.
Refrigerator Unit. A signal circuit will be provided from the
blood bank, food service, autopsy, allergy injection, immunization and
pharmaceutical (pharmacy and logistics) units to indicate loss of electric
power or excessive temperature or each refrigerator.
Medical Gas Alarms.
Alarms for each piped medical gas system will
be provided. (See section 9).
Power System Monitor/Annunciator. Key functions of normal and
emergency electrical power system will be monitored and will include status
indicators and alarms as listed in NFPA 70 and NFPA 99.
Stand Alone Clinic Refrigerator Alarms. Refrigerator alarms for
stand alone clinics shall be connected to a remote staffed location.
Connection of the alarms to an Energy Monitoring system, if available, will
accomplish this requirement.
ELECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEMS. Security within a Medical Treatment
Facility may be accomplished with an intrusion detection system, door access
systems, and CCTV surveillance or a combination of the above.
Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS). Empty conduit raceways and
outlet boxes with blank covers will be provided for the future GFGI