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Hospital Beds provide ease of use, patient comfort and trouble-free performance. Motorized control for positioning upper body and knees; manual hi/lo crank adjusts bed frame height. Quiet, smooth operation. Reinforced headspring, welded steel construction. 3" tente casters for secure locking and greater mobility, easy-release motor mounts for quick tool-free motor removal. Operating capacity 450lbs. Product weight 190 lbs. Mattress not included. Assembly required. Lifetime warranty on all welds; 2- year warranty on mechanical and electrical components.
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Why do I need a hospital bed?
A hospital bed may be needed if you or a family member is ill or recovering from an illness at home. Hospital beds can be manual or electric. Electric beds may be easier for most people to use. Bed positions may be changed on hospital beds. You may raise or lower the head, knees, or foot of the bed. This may help a person in bed breathe easier and be more comfortable. You may also change the entire height of the bed, making it more comfortable for caregivers working with someone in bed. You may be able to change the position of an electric bed by pushing a button, without having to call for help.
What kind of hospital bed should I use?
When choosing a bed, think of your needs, as well as the needs of those caring for you. There are several kinds of hospital beds to choose from.
Manual hospital bed
With this bed you need to change bed positions by hand using cranks. If you are unable to do this, you will need to ask someone to help you. The cranks are located at the foot or head of the bed. Manual beds may not move to as many positions as an electric bed. Most manual beds can be raised to make it easier for caregivers to help you. The bed may also be lowered to make it easier for you to get in and out of bed. A manual bed may be very difficult for a person who has limited hand or arm strength to use. You may need good hand strength to turn the cranks. A person with a back condition or knee problems may also have trouble. A person may need to bed or kneel to use the bed cranks.
Electric hospital bed
An electric bed has a motor and a cord to plug into an electric outlet. There is a control pad hooked to the bed that may look like a television remote control. Each button on the controol may have a picture showing how the bed will move when you push the button. Many people like an electric bed because the positions of the bed can be changed easily. These beds may also have a built in scale for weighing a person.
What kind of mattress should I use?
There are many kinds of mattresses available for a hospital bed, including mattresses filled with air, gel, or foam. Some special mattresses can reduce pressure on certain body areas, and help prevent pressure sores. You can buy or rent the mattress at the same supply store where you buy or rent the bed. The mattress usually comes with a waterproof cover. You may need other pads or bed attachments. Ask your caregiver for information about renting extra bed equipment if needed.

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