Hospital Beds for Home Usage [Sale]

Homecare and hospital beds for home use are specifically designed to provide a stable and comfortable place for a patient to rest and heal. Selecting medical beds for home use can feel overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be complicated. When choosing a home care hospital bed, it is important to consider several factors such as comfort, cost, and caregiver access. When looking for home hospital beds for sale, answering the following questions is a great place to start:

  1. How much caregiver access is available to the patient?
  2. What length of time will the bed be used?
  3. What is the budget to purchase a home care bed?
  4. What kind of bed performance is needed?
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How much caregiver access is available to the patient?
If a caregiver is continuously available to make adjustments to the homecare bed, a manual bed may be the best option. If there is no caregiver or if the caregiver is only available part-time, a fully electric bed may be better so that the patient can adjust their positioning at any time.

What length of time will the bed be used?
Spring-back mattresses are typically considered 'uncomfortable' and are recommended for short-term use. If the length of time needed is longer than 2 months, a deluxe medical bed for home use may be a better choice.

What is the budget to purchase a home care bed?
A manual hospital bed will be the least expensive choice. However, if the means to invest in a full or semi-electric home care hospital bed are available, the benefits are substantially more significant.

What kind of bed performance is needed?
All home care hospital beds, including manual and semi-electric offer the standard raising and lowering of head and foot. Not all beds are capable of the more unique positions, such as Trendelenburg.

 

Types of Home Hospital Beds For Sale:

 

Manual Hospital Beds are recommended when there is a caregiver available to make adjustments. Most of these beds are capable of unique positioning such as inclination of the head, torso, or knees and declination of the feet.

  • No Electrical Parts
  • Fully Manual
  • Most Cost-Effective
  • For Temporary Use

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Full Electric Beds are recommended for those who do not have a caretaker to make adjustments. Fully electric beds can be completely controlled with the click of a button and are available in basic and deluxe models. The controls raise the head, foot, and height of the frame.

  • Full Electronic Control
  • No Manual Adjustment
  • For Temporary Use
  • Higher Cost

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Semi-Electric Beds are recommended for those with part-time caregivers. These medical beds are a great option for patients that need a hospital-like bed for temporary home use.

  • Electric Head and Foot Controls
  • Manual Height Adjustment
  • Optimal Comfort
  • Cost-Effective
  • For Temporary Use

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Deluxe Hospital Beds are top-of-line, incredibly durable, and offer advanced therapeutic options for positioning the patient, such as Trendelenburg and custom angles.

  • For Long-Term Use
  • Ultimate Electronic Control
  • Comfortable
  • Higher Cost

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Bariatric Hospital Beds are incredibly durable and can safely support a large weight capacity. Heavy-duty beds tend to be fully electric and offer the most adjustments out of any bed.

  • Fully Electric
  • Low and Standard Profiles
  • Support Up To 1000 Pounds
  • Higher Cost
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    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    When the bed is in use, should the wheels on homecare beds be locked or unlocked?
    It is recommended to ays keep the wheels locked at all times. Only unlock the wheels when the bed needs to be moved.

    Should the side rails remain up, or is it safe to leave them down when a patient is in bed?
    Keep the side rails up except for when the patient is getting in and out of bed.

    How do hospital beds operate?
    Always follow the manufacturer's instructions for operation.

    Will Medicare cover the cost of the bed after it is purchased from Vitality Medical?>
    To keep prices low, Vitality Medical does not bill Medicare or any other 3rd party insurance companies.

    Can a regular mattress be used on a hospital bed?
    No. A regular mattress will not fit nor does it meet the strict requirements for pressure relief.

    Be sure to visit the mattresses page to find compatible mattresses.

     

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