hospital furniture


Medical furniture in a broad sense refers to a variety of places for the treatment and prevention of diseases, health promotion, rehabilitation training, and nursing assistance for maintaining a healthy life, including hospitals, disease control centers, health centers, laboratories, and scientific research institutes. Etc., even including furniture that is used primarily by ordinary people for medical care to meet specific hygiene and operational needs.

The narrowly defined medical furniture refers to various furniture products for the staff to provide operation, transportation, and storage of goods in the medical care area, the medical auxiliary area, and the medical technology support area, and the seat and bedding for the patients in each medical treatment space. A general term for facilities.