Homecare & Hospital Beds

What is the difference between a hospital bed and an adjustable bed?

The foot and head portions of hospital beds can be lowered and raised. These areas can be independently elevated with adjustable beds. At full incline or at slight elevations, either the head or foot areas can be raised, or both the head and foot can be raised together to create a recliner-like contour, providing a comfortable sleeping position.

Why are hospital beds so comfortable?

These beds are extremely relaxing because they allow the body to release stress and tension by relaxing the muscles. Patients can also recover more quickly with high-quality relaxing beds. The patient can also use the electric bed to control bed functions such as height and head adjustments from a distance.

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Drive Pressure Sensitive Chair Patient Alarm


Drive Pressure Sensitive Chair Patient Alarm Individuals who lack motor control or are often under heavy medication are prone to falling-accidents. The Drive Medical Patient Alarm has been specially designed with patient comfort, safety, and care in...

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