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Useful Tips In Selecting a Hospital Bed
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#1 Posted : 20 May 2016 06:56:21(UTC)
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If you intend to get a electric hospital bedfor a person recuperating at home or who needs home care, the first decision you will have to make is whether to purchase or rent one.There is a baffling range of options. Some useful advice could help in the selection of a suitable bed.

Healthcare professionals are the best source of advice in choosing an appropriate electric hospital bed for sale. Their recommendation will be usually based on the patient's condition and needs, as well as who will be providing the patient's care. A family caregiver and a trained professional will need different bed functions.

Beds differ according to their frames, mattresses, and accessories. buy hospital bed can be manual, semi-electric, or electric. Electric beds provide convenience and easier adjustments, and are ideal for immobile patients. Manual beds have manual controls and are less expensive, while semi-electric beds only have motorized control of head and foot placement but bed height control is manual.

Useful Tips for Selecting a Hospital Bed

Before choosing a bed for the home, all doorways and stairways have to be measured. It is also important to make sure that the chosen bed can be brought home and placed in the particular room where it should be without difficulty.

Placing thebuy hospital bed onlineon the main floor of a home or building is more practical as it will avoid the frequent trips going up or down the stairs. This is particularly applicable for elderly caregivers who need to have constant access to the patient.

When placed on the main floor, the patient will feel less isolated. Moreover, the bed should be set up in such a way that caregivers will have access to both sides of the bed and the patient. If the bed requires electricity, there should be a functioning electrical outlet nearby.

Types of Mattresses

Choosing a mattress will be based according to the user's particular need as well as the type of bed frame used:

Foam mattress - shape-conforming latex provide good support, helps relieve pain, and prevents bed sores.

Air mattress - inflatable mattress also known as an air bed, also helps to prevent bed sores. This type is not recommended to be used by a patient with unstable spine.

Pulmonary therapy mattress - this type is designed to help patients with weak lung function. Lateral rotation function of this mattress can laterally turn the patient's position automatically. It also has a pressure relief function.
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