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We carry a comprehensive selection of hospital beds for sale as well as a full line of hospital bed accessories like bed rails, trapeze systems, bed tables and a variety of bed replacement parts. We also have patient bed pillows, linens, mattress pads and under pads. Our medical bed line comes from top name manufacturers such as Invacare, Del...
We carry a comprehensive selection of hospital beds for sale as well as a full line of hospital bed accessories like bed rails, trapeze systems, bed tables and a variety of bed replacement parts. We also have patient bed pillows, linens, mattress pads and under pads. Our medical bed line comes from top name manufacturers such as Invacare, Delta and Lumex Patriot. You have access to many different types of hospital beds for home, including: Full-electric beds Semi-electric beds Manual beds Bariatric beds Adjustable beds Hospital beds, for home, typically have an exterior measurement of 84" X 36" and take a mattress measuring 80" X 36". Extensions are available to increase the length by four inches. They are usually designed to hold a weight load of up to 450 pounds, although the Bariatric models will generally take up to 1000 pounds. Full-electric hospital beds have all functions electrically controlled with a hand-held device. This includes head, foot and height. Semi-electric beds have electrically controlled head and foot adjustments but require manual cranking to adjust bed height.
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  • Hospital Beds
    Most Standard home care hospital beds have weight capacities up to 450-lbs. For patients up to 1000-lbs see Bariatric Beds. Full-Electric Hospital Bed versus Semi-Electric Hospital beds: Full-Electric Bed: Head, foot, and bed height is adjustable via the hand control. The full-electric bed has an additional motor for raising/lowering bed height. Semi-Electric Bed: Head and foot are adjustable with the hand control, the bed can be raised/lowered with manual hand-crank (this is usually set to a comfortable height for the patient and left at that position).
  • Hospital Bed Mattress
    Home care hospital beds come in a variety of configurations, but one thing they have in common is that all require some form of support surface or hospital bed mattress. A hospital mattress, also known as a therapeutic mattress or medical mattress, must be specially designed to accommodate the person lying on it and also to be able to move with the head, foot and height adjustments of which hospital beds are capable. When shopping for a mattress for hospital bed, you'll be faced with a wide range of choices including those that are as simple as a standard, economically priced waterproof unit to ones that are quite technologically advanced. This includes mattresses that are microprocessor controlled and capable of automatically turning an immobile patient at specific intervals in order to reduce the chance that he/she will suffer the effects of pressure sores (bed sores). Our inventory of hospital bed mattresses includes innerspring models, foam mattresses and a combination of both. We have Bariatric models with extra weight capacities and alternating pressure mattresses that continually change pressure points and promote blood circulation.
  • Support Surface Therapy
    Advanced powered mattress replacement systems and overlays offer innovative features for the ultimate in pressure relief. Patients immobilized and unable to move can suffer serious destruction of the skin and soft body tissue in as little as one hour. This often results in the formation of a pressure ulcer. A pressure ulcer is defined as any lesion caused by unrelieved pressure resulting in underlying tissue damage. Complications related to pressure ulcers cause an estimated 60,000 deaths and cost over $1.3 billion annually. However, most pressure ulcers are treatable and even preventable. Therapeutic Support Surfaces are a proven way to help prevent and treat pressure ulcers. Therapeutic Support Surfaces prevent and treat pressure ulcers by molding to the body to maximize contact, redistributing weight as uniformly as possible, and reducing pressure to below capillary closure.
  • Linens, Pillows,...
    Bedding products designed for Hospital Beds. Fitted bottom sheets, top sheets, pillow cases, and waterproof pads and covers to protect your mattress investment.
  • Bed Wedges and Rail Pads
    Hospital Bed Wedges and Rail Pads from the Comfort Company.
  • Hospital Bed Tables
    These over-bed tables have easy-to-roll casters and are available in tilt and non-tilt top styles. All are height adjustable. Available in assorted table sizes.
  • Bed Rails
    Hospital Bed rails are usually described as half-length or full-length. A half-length rail is desirable if the patient is going to be getting in and out of bed by themselves. Half rails are easy to raise and lower by the patient, whereas full rails require an attendant to drop. Hospital bed rails attach securely to the frame of the bed. Home care rails usually consist of a support bar between the mattress and box-spring.
  • Trapeze
    These Trapeze units are designed to assist individuals weighing up to 1000 pounds in changing positions while in bed and aid in transferring in and out of bed. Trapeze units are available with free-standing floor frames or hardware for attaching to headboard on hospital beds.
  • Bed Accessories & Parts
    Parts & Accessories for Hospital and Home Care Beds.
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