HOSPITAL AND HOMECARE BEDS
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Hospital beds are specialized beds that are designed to provide comfort, safety, and functionality for patients and caregivers in various healthcare settings. Hospital beds can provide you with many benefits, such as:
- Adjustability: Hospital beds can be adjusted to different positions and angles to suit your needs and preferences. You can raise or lower the head, foot, or height of the bed to improve your breathing, circulation, digestion, or comfort. You can also tilt or recline the bed to prevent or relieve pressure sores, reduce swelling, or facilitate transfers.
- Accessibility: Hospital beds can make it easier for you to access your surroundings and perform daily activities. You can use the side rails, trapeze bars, or grab bars to help you move around or get in and out of the bed. You can also use the remote control or the pendant to operate the bed functions without assistance. Some hospital beds also have built-in outlets, USB ports, or storage compartments for your convenience.
- Safety: Hospital beds can enhance your safety and prevent falls or injuries. You can use the brakes or locks to secure the bed in place and prevent unwanted movement. You can also use the alarms or sensors to alert the caregivers if you need help or if you try to leave the bed. Some hospital beds also have advanced features such as scales, vital signs monitors, or pressure mapping systems to monitor your health and well-being.
- Semi-electric hospital bed: A semi-electric hospital bed is operated by a remote control or a pendant that is attached to the bed. It allows you to adjust the head and foot sections of the bed electronically, but you still need to use a hand crank to adjust the height of the bed. It is more convenient and comfortable than a manual hospital bed and offers moderate adjustability. It is suitable for people who need occasional position changes or have a caregiver who can assist them.
- Full-electric hospital bed: A full-electric hospital bed is operated by a remote control or a pendant that is attached to the bed. It allows you to adjust the head, foot, and height sections of the bed electronically without using any hand cranks. It is the most convenient and comfortable type of hospital bed and offers maximum adjustability. It is suitable for people who need frequent position changes or have limited mobility or strength.
- Bariatric hospital bed: A bariatric hospital bed is designed to accommodate people who weigh more than 350 pounds. It has a wider and stronger frame and mattress than a standard hospital bed and can support up to 1000 pounds. It also has extra features such as reinforced side rails, heavy-duty motors, and pressure relief systems to ensure safety and comfort. It is suitable for people who have obesity or other medical conditions that require extra support or space.