Why hospitals should let you sleep

Why hospitals should let you sleep

Dr. Daniel Fink agrees with this New York Times piece on why hospitals should let you sleep. Uninterrupted sleep is important for everyone, and we should all work together for a quieter world.

Hospitals can be made quieter

Hospitals can be made quieter

Hospitals are surprisingly noisy places. Dr. Daniel Fink wonders why the health care system can organize to treat serious medical problems quickly, but has done so little to make hospitals quieter.

MRIs are dangerously noisy

MRIs are dangerously noisy

MRIs are dangerously noisy, so if you are scheduled for one and are concerned about your hearing health, ask for ear plugs and ear muffs.

Alarming: No end to hospital noise

Alarming: No end to hospital noise

In “Alarming: no end to hospital noise,” David M. Sykes tells us that hospitals continue to turn a deaf ear to alarm fatigue.

Finally, some good noise news

Finally, some good noise news

Finally some good noise news: NYC hospitals testing “ambient” ambulance sirens. They’re just like the less annoying two-toned sirens heard in Europe.

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