Infection control – Maintains patient privacy but keeps a protective barrier in place so that social distancing between beds can be adhered to.
Patient privacy – Barrierscreen has a split vision roll up panel which gives the patient a choice of being in full view, partial view or in complete privacy whilst they are recuperating.
Visibility – The two panels can be easily rolled up and secured with a plastic popper to reveal a clear view inner panel which gives complete visibility across the ward for patients who are feeling anxious, lonely or isolated and yet still maintains a protective barrier. The curtains meets NHS guidelines in relation to privacy, dignity and respect.
Easy to clean – Using a detergent, Barrierscreen can be wiped down in situ as part of a routine bed cleaning process when a patient leaves. Visible stains or splashes can be immediately wiped off.
Unobtrusive – Unlike freestanding screens, the curtain doesn’t become an obstacle and will not get in the way of staff and nurses. No feet to trip over or move around.
Simple to hang – The vision panel curtain fits to any existing cubicle track glider hooks or roller hooks by attaching the hooks through the plastic eyelets making for a speedy fit.
Significant cost savings – No disposal, facilities and laundry service costs as the screen is cleaned and sanitised in-situ.
Sustainable – An environmentally preferable choice over single use throw away disposable curtains.
- Available in 14 colours from the Dart fabric range
- Comes as standard in 2.1m length (the length of a bed) by 2m drop
- Bespoke made to measure service available.
Manufactured from YewdaleDefiant® Dart fabric range, Barrierscreen has a life-time guarantee. The fabric has anti-bacterial properties, will not tear or stain and is resistant to mould and mildew. Biosafe® accredited and Greenguard certified for low chemical emissions. Flame retardant conforming to BS5867 Part 2 Type B.
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