Hierarchy of the users around the birthing bed, analysis for furniture redesign
Diaz Pinal, Ana Paula
Rossa Sierra, Alberto
Garnier Ortiz, Carlos Raymundo
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Analysis of hierarchical tasks in the hospital on the delivery phase, Users who interact with a delivery bed, to understand the usability of the object and the patterns of use, to identify possible improvements for the future bed design process. This paper argues that the use of the delivery bed requires further study of the number of users, their characteristics and hierarchy of use around the bed during labour, in order to consider the users who actually use the object for the improvement of the future design. A web study was conducted on 32 videos chosen for convenience, on Youtube, showing the birthing process. Each user was counted and characterized around the delivery bed, as well as the tasks they performed around the bed during the delivery phase. In the number of users the average was 6.8 Everyone was ranked according to who had the most interaction with the product. © The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020.
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