Air conditioning in maternity wards froze out my friend’s husband
One of my best friend’s, Lauren gave birth to a beautiful baby girl Last week in a hospital. She was harshly prepared for the hospital because it was her second time giving birth. She had her hospital tote packed for weeks with everything she needed. She said when she got to the hospital she was super grateful for the a/c because her contractions were making her sweat. She said that the pain was so brutal that it raised her body temperature. Her husband was genuinely grateful that he packed a sweatshirt as well as sweatpants because the a/c was blasting in the hospital room. My other friend, Carlie is pregnant as well as is due at the end of June, then lauren told Carlie to double check her hospital tote as well as make sure she packs a sweatshirt for her husband who gets cold entirely certainly because the a/c will be so strong in the hospital room. Different hospitals use different types of a/c systems depending on the section of the hospital as well as the style of room. Hospitals may use window component a/c systems, split a/c system, packaged a/c system, or central a/c systems. Hospitals also use air filtration systems to prevent the spread of airborne diseases. No matter what style of a/c is used in hospitals, women are often grateful for a/c when they are giving birth. For men or family members that are waiting in the hospital when babies are being born, they may get cold however they have to understand it’s important for the health of the mother as well as the baby to have an air conditioned environment.