Room for hospitalized patients; it can be private (one bed), semiprivate (two beds) or common (more than two beds).
Curtain used to separate one patient’s area from another’s or to provide privacy.
Person who undergoes treatment, a medical examination or a surgical procedure.
Graduate of medicine who does an apprenticeship of varying duration in a hospital as the final stage of medical training.
Holder of a degree in nursing, the nurse treats patients under the direction of the physician.
Holder of a degree in medicine, the physician establishes the diagnosis and prescribes treatment and medication.
Long metal rod with a hook that is supported by a base with casters; it is used to suspend a bag containing a solution that is slowly and continuously injected into the patient.
Device that supplies oxygen to a patient’s room.
Adjustable light fixture secured to the wall at the head of the bed.
Plumbing fixture used to receive bodily waste; it has a bowl and a flusher.
Sanitary fixture for washing the body under a spray of water.
Room designed for personal hygiene; it is equipped with running water and sanitary fixtures.
Chair for a patient or visitor.
Table with casters and a tray that slides over the bed.
Small table placed at the head of a bed; it might contain one or more drawers.
Bed with an articulated base, casters and bars.