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Deluxe Hospital Beds

Are you or a loved one going through a period of medical care requirements? Perhaps you're dealing with circumstances where more time in bed is called for. Maybe a caregiver is required to provide adequate treatment and care. In such cases, potentially the most valuable piece of equipment involved is the bed. Often people think of deluxe hospital beds as belonging only in a hospital or institutional setting, however in certain situations it may be deemed necessary to have the same capabilities inside the home.

One of the main benefits of a deluxe hospital bed is articulation. A patient might find it ideal to be able to easily sit up in bed, have their legs elevated, or both. Tilting is also possible such as Trendelenburg or reverse Trendelenburg positions. Height adjustment can be a great benefit as well; raise the bed up higher to allow the caregiver more access to the patient without bending or stooping, or lower it to reduce the risk of injury from falling out of bed. The quiet electric motors allow all of these adjustments at the push of a button without the need for tools or tough to use crank systems.

Bariatric Beds are available for patients with that requirement as well as Low Beds for patients with limited maneuverability or fall risks. Besides the main features already discussed, you may also want to consider other aspects such as maneuverability, bed rails, patient lifts, infection control coatings, etc. Every situation is different, please take some time to compare these options and we're confident that whatever the needs we will have a perfect solution.

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  1. As low as: $2,715.00

    Joerns

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    • Full and reverse Trendelenburg positioning
    • 500 pound capacity
    • Recliner chair function
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Bed AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    220 lbs500 lbs7 to 30 inches65 degreesTrendelenburg Position, Reverse Trendelenburg Position5 Year Warranty
  2. As low as: $2,898.00

    Drive Medical

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    • Adjustable frame by width and length without an extension set
    • Great option for fall-risk patients
    • Offers versatility and custimzation
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Bed AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    423 lbs750 lbs8 to 26 inches68 degreesTrendelenburg Position, Reverse Trendelenburg PositionLimited Lifetime
  3. As low as: $1,618.68

    Graham-Field

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    • Only medical facilities may purchase this bed
    • Designed to be highly efficient
    • High/low motors keep patients comfortable and secure
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    150 - 157 lbs450 lbs8.95 to 27 inches70 degreesTrendelenburg, Reverse Trendelenburg Position1 to 15 year
  4. As low as: $1,365.00

    Primus Medical

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    • Ultra-low mattress deck
    • Optional control lockout
    • Rises and lowers electronically
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Bed AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    202 lbs500 lbs7 to 31 inches70 degreesTrendelenburg Position, Reverse Trendelenburg PositionLimited Lifetime
  5. As low as: $1,914.87

    Graham-Field

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    • 42 x 80 Sleep Surface
    • Made in USA
    • hand pendant
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    204 lbs600 lbs7 to 30 inches70 degreesOptional1 to 15 year
  6. As low as: $1,098.00

    Drive Medical

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    • Smooth and quiet operation
    • Pendant can mount to bed
    • Four locking casters, offering superlative safety
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Bed AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    210 lbs450 lbs8 to 26 inches70 degreesTrendelenburg Position, Reverse Trendelenburg PositionLimited Lifetime
  7. As low as: $1,228.00

    Drive Medical

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    • Eight wheels, as opposed to four
    • Variable contour feature adds comfort and relaxation
    • Pendant secures to rails
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    210 lbs450 lbs8 to 26 inches68 degreesnone8 year
  8. As low as: $1,950.68

    Graham-Field

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    • 42 x 80 Sleep Surface
    • Made in USA
    • hand pendant
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    204 lbs500 lbs7.95 to 30 inches70 degreesOptional1 to 15 year
  9. As low as: $1,199.99

    Graham-Field

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    • 42" x 80" sleep surface
    • Great long-term care option
    • Strong, supportive desk
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    182 lbs450 lbs9.95 to 24.5 inches70 degreesnone1 to 10 year
  10. As low as: $16,120.00

    Hill-Rom

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    • IntelliDrive powered steering for caregivers
    • Ability to connect to NaviCare Nurse Call
    • Integrated scale
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    420 lbs500 lbs15.75 to 32.5 inches65 degreesTrendelenburg, Reverse Trendelenburg Position1 year
  11. As low as: $5,500.00

    Hill-Rom

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    • Great option for long-term care
    • Automatic contour offers unmatched comfort
    • Lockout panel assures bed will stay in place
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    300 lbs400 lbs13.875 to 30 inches67 degreesnone1 year
  12. As low as: $10,600.00

    Hill-Rom

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    • Compatible with NaviCare, among other nurse call systems
    • SafeView alerts medical personnel that the patient has left the bed
    • Alerts that notify medical professionals that the bed isn't secure
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    420 lbs500 lbs15.75 to 32.5 inches65 degreesTrendelenburg, Reverse Trendelenburg Position1 year
  13. As low as: $7,879.00

    Hill-Rom

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    • Easy to assemble and disassemble
    • Easily transfers from room to room
    • Indicator for head angle
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    275 lbs650 lbs15.5 to 32 inchesAvailable upon requestnone1 year
  14. As low as: $3,748.00

    Drive Medical

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    • Adjustable length, width, and height
    • Comes with control pendant; optional control lockout
    • Welded steel frame for enhanced durability
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Bed AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    469 lbs1000 lbs18.5 to 32.25 inches54 degreesTrendelenburg Position, Reverse Trendelenburg PositionLimited Lifetime
  15. As low as: $1,049.00

    Invacare

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    • Great option for long-term care
    • Adjustable length and height
    • Comes with a foam mattress
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Bed AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    178 lbs350 lbs15 to 32 inches70 degreesNone5 Year Limited
  16. As low as: $1,669.00

    Invacare

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    • Ideal for long-term care
    • Mobile in low positions
    • Arched slat deck reduces unnecessary wear and tear on mattresses
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    190 lbs450 lbs8.5 to 27 inches70 degreesnone3 to 10 year
  17. As low as: $1,485.87

    Invacare

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    • Mobile in any position
    • Ergonomically designed
    • Deck prevents unnecessary wear and tear on mattress
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    190 lbs500 lbs7 to 30 inches70 degreesnone3 to 10 year
  18. As low as: $2,769.00

    Invacare

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    • Adjustable without the use of tools
    • Mobile in any position, along with swivel wheels
    • Head and knees can raise/lower simultaneously
    WeightWeight CapacityBed HeightMaximum Back AngleTrendelenburgWarranty
    200 lbs600 lbs9 to 30 inches70 degreesnone3 to 10 year

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How to Take apart a Homecare Hospital Bed




Video Transcript

Hey! This is Chris Brahm. I’m the director of Kodak, Friends of Disabled Adults and Children. And we want to demonstrate how to take apart a homecare bed.

Many volunteers help us collect them in a community, get them back to our facility to reissue to people. And the reverse of what we’re doing is how you setup a bed in your home.

The homecare bed, it looks just like this. We have a mattress here that we’re going to go ahead and take off and have a helper with me. The side rails could be a numerous type of side rails but some are spring loaded. You just push on them and they come right off. These actually have some wingnuts that you have to release. I have a pair of plyers just to undo the wing that’s underneath to loosen them a little and then the whole rail system comes off.

What you have left is the main bedframe and assembly with some motors that move the bed up and down, and the headboard and footboard which the main frame is just resting on these foot right here.

We’re going to put our foot under this wheel. As we grab this outer part and turn it up on its side, let it down nice and easy. At this point, the dry shaft is a very important part to take out appropriately. This is just spring loaded. You just take it right out of the middle section. They’re always just spring loaded.

Right here is a very important part. You want to go ahead and disassemble this coupler which is motor turns this gear in here to make the bed go up on this side and down. So, you want to make sure that’s disengage like that before you take off this footboard.

Now, I’m ready to take off this footboard. It just slides right off. When we put it back on, it won’t jam anything as long as its coupler is disengaged.

He’s going to take that one off. Slide it out of the way. Now, we’ve got this bed right here that we can walk this way with. We stand on the side without the motors and we can pick it up. And two people can carry it relatively easy.

The bed does weigh a lot. The bed weighs about 120 pounds but you can see that we are moving it without too much travel because of the way it’s designed. It’s not that hard to find a good handle while you carry it.

Once you setup that bed, it’s just the opposite of what we did it. You just put the headboard and footboard back on. Put a foot on the wheel and two people can tilt it back up straight.

That’s our quick demonstration of homecare beds today. Thank you so much.

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