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A children's hospital in the U.S. uses pirate decoration against child anxiety
The idea of interior design has a very special purpose. This pirate decoration not only a nursery, but it is designed for the CT scanner room in the Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital in New York. The concept helped make the space and studies less scary for children. Children who are examined every day in the hospital are aged 1-21 years.
Pirate decoration to calm children in the study
CT is used to maintain the internal injuries that are not visible with X-ray machine The medical device makes children even before they put fear into the narrow tunnel. But with these creative decorating children are relaxed and think that the investigation could be a game, it is also much easier for doctors to calm the child before analysis. Pirates of the scanner is decorated like the rudder of a wooden pirate ship and the bridge is a dashboard.
Pirate decoration and comic drawings
This interior design with pirate decor makes the atmosphere in the hospital much more welcoming children. It's not a ghost ship of pirates and thieves, but a sweet boat with a tiger and monkey as a team. Not only the scanner is decorated like a pirate ship, but is subject to extension across the study area. Comedy sketches and smiling faces adorn the walls and furniture. The floor is painted like a blue sea. Everything seems nice and relaxed to take the fear and anxiety of children and parents.
Wooden boat oars
the patient must remain motionless
the floor is painted like a blue sea
CT for internal tumors and lesions
BuzzFeed / Macey J. Foronda