Fixed Cabinetry

The fixed cabinetry (Figure 5) should be:

  1. Kept to a minimum.
  2. Positioned to provide for maximum floor space.
  3. Positioned so the assistant can gain access easily to back-up materials as needed.
  4. Located far enough away to avoid infectious aerosols coming in contact with records.
  5. Designed to house computer equipment without interfering with clinical use or infectious aerosols.

Figure 5a.
Minimal fixed cabinetry with footswitch control for the faucet.
Minimal fixed cabinetry provides for storage.
Figure 5b.
fig05b computer cabinet
Fixed cabinetry with space for computer.
Figure 5c.
fig05c storage areas
Small storage areas can be attached to fixed cabinetry for storage of small items.
Figure 5d.
fig05d cabinet shelving
Shelving on fixed cabinetry behind the chair can be a location for a variety of devices.