Circadian Rhythm Lighting on Aarhus University Hospital - Energy Watch News

Circadian Rhythm Lighting on Aarhus University Hospital

Foundation grants have made it possible to establish a ground-breaking research project about a stimulating patient environment at the neuro intensive care unit in Aarhus, Denmark. It is a unique solution that integrates Circadian Lighting and functional lighting, noise masking, music intervention, individual info monitors and camera observation. The lighting component fulfils the wish for focused light, functional night light and available daylight. Ergonomic Circadian Lighting contributes to a natural circadian rhythm for patients as well as staff. The functional night light makes it possible for the staff to disturb the patient as little as possible when doing their work at night. Ergonomic Circadian Lighting follows the natural rhythm of the sun. It rises in the morning, is the most intensive in the middle of the day, and at night, a specially designed night light with built-in monitoring is turned on.
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