This is a cross post but I want to hit everyone here so sorry. I am wondering about how you set up your rooms in regards to IV pump placement? We have a group that is being very vocal because is has been the past practice before we got our new unit with big rooms to put the vent under the monitor and the IV pumps on the opposite side of the bed. I argue that it is more appropriate to place them on the side where the line is so things are not running across the patient and it's easier to trace your lines. Plus you don't have to put in extension tubings for pressure lines that way. There's plenty of room so it's not an issure if pumps are on the same side as the vent now.What do your units do? Does anyone have any leads to any research or best practice links to support either practice? Thanks!