Functional Medical Bed
Multifunctional medical bed designed for the care, supervision and care for immobile patients at home and in hospitals. Multifunctional medical bed has adjustable sections, with different angle: head, hip and foot. Depending on the quantity of controlled sections, the bed can be 2, 3-x and 4-functional. Adjusting bed medical bed sections may be mechanical and electricity: – Manual adjustment may be on a cot, ie when to raise his hands to lift the Section section and rearrange the latch section to another position, it is the least convenient way regulation of sections beds. Also, the mechanical adjustment may be a more convenient way when, for example, to raise enough twist the screw section of a lever that adjusts the height of section .- Electric adjustment is carried out by remote control, which regulate the heights of sections can be very patient. All beds have a medical back, and additionally provided with lateral protection.
Backs and fences may be removable, which provides additional comfort when caring for patients. For immobile bedridden patients, we recommend using antiacarian system to prevent pressure sores and provide comfort to the patient. Antiacarian systems consist of antiacarian mattress and electric pump, which in turn pumped chamber mattress blowing and blowing one another, and vice versa, which provides normal blood supply, nutrition, and breathing tissue. Medical beds can be adjusted for height, as both the head and foot part, and one by one. Height adjustment can be mechanical and electrical. For the convenience of movement of medical beds, along with the patient beds can be fitted with wheels with individual brakes. Advanced functionality medical beds may have a device to lift, with a handle grip, located at the head of the bed (as a device for lifting can be constructed in an arc and attached to the head and footboard, such a device has the name ‘Rama Balkans’), so that the patient could independently get up from bed, for example, take a sitting position. Service or bedside table (looming over the bed), a complement to medical beds provide extra comfort, for example, when eating.