VII. Form and Philosophy

1. Many human relationships depend upon creating a focal center, best supported by a geocentric plan. The development of numerous geocentric relationships for highly specialized health care functions are possible : plans A and B indicate surgical clusters wherein
the center is preserved for sterile medicale care, and the exterior perimeter provides for “dirty” traffic access to the cluster. Cluster C is a delivery area. which has different characteristics of room planning, but operates on the same principle of sterile and non-sterile
areas. Clusters D and E and Fare labor room arrangements . which provide constant observation from the nurse ‘s slation located at the center of the labor rooms. 2. A detailed arrangement of a surgical or obstetrical cluster, with a sterile medical area located
at the center. 3. View of the detail of a tabor room cluster with nursing support at the center.

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