5 function bed options are Head and Footboard (tubular, Laminated, ABS, with lock) castors are silent & anti-skid, Side railings are Stainless steel Drop type, Aluminum collapsible, ABS; Collapsible self-locking and manual and Electrical design.
- Pair of Foldable Aluminum Side Rails and ABS head and foot board
- Five Function available with manual operation Functions- Head End Elevation, Foot End Elevation, Hi-Low, Trendelenburg, Reverse Trendelenburg
- Overall Size: 2060L x 900W x 600H mm(Approx)
- Finish: Pretreated & Epoxy Powder Coated/ Baked Paint
- Frame work made of M.S. Tube. Four section top made up of perforated CRCA MS Sheet. Bed Mounted on 4”/5” Dia Castors. 2 with brakes. Holder for Urine bag.
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Important Features for ICU Hospital Beds
By avoiding a lengthy and detailed list of specifications for ICU beds NHS Trusts are able to determine the best beds to meet the needs of staff and patients when making an order.
There are a variety of characteristics and functions that are crucial in a setting. In this regard, many ICU beds will include the following four amenities:
A majority of nurses and doctors would view CPR release as a must requirement for ICU beds.
This feature allows medical teams to smooth out the bed platform with the press of an button or lever. In case of emergency, this creates the smooth, hard platform needed for performing CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation).
IV POLES WITH HOOKS
IV poles can be used to securely hang medicines or fluids that a patient has to be administered by drip. They usually include 2 or 4 hooks that can be used to be able to support a fluid container.
An IV pole that has multiple hooks is advantageous in ICUs, where patients frequently require multiple medications at a time.
The choice of an ICU bed that has an IV pole will make it easier to move patients in the event of an emergency. Instead of having to move the bed as well as the pole for an IV, medical personnel only have to concentrate on moving one piece equipment. This decreases the risk of injuries or damage to the IV line.
REMOVABLE HEAD AND FOOTBOARDS
Beds that have a removable footboards and headboards that are secured when not in the use position, are commonly used in ICUs.
There are two main benefits of this design:
- In an emergency situation removal of the headboard can allow medical personnel to be positioned next to the patient. This gives them more space to assist the patient and gives them more accessibility to the patient’s head for support breathing.
- It’s much easier to perform the prone position. This process involves turning the patient’s body from on their backs to lying face-up.
- The practice of prone-like positioning intermittently has been proven to improve external respiration and prevent the acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) in critically ill patients.
Electric hospital beds come with many different controls. Some come with a patient’s handset or controls for patients integrated into the siderail. Some have a nurse’s control phone or nurse controls that are built in the bottom of the footboard. Most often, there is several controls to choose from in the same bed.
To ICU beds, the built-in nurse control systems offers a number of advantages:
- Nursing controls can block functions on all patient handsets. This can protect a patient who is unable to manage the bed on their own from injuries.
- There are no wires that trail that could create the risk of slipping when personnel are trying to help in an emergency.
- Controls aren’t at risk of being lost. ICUs are extremely busy. If the bed is needed by staff to carry out a task and they want to instantly activate it without needing to find a phone.
- Bed accessories, like weigh scales, can be included. This can help monitor patient weights who may be sick to stand or sit to weigh.
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