Accessories for Your In-Home Hospital Bed
Category: Aids to Daily Living
March 22, 2018
The use of hospital beds within the home is becoming more and more popular as technology allows for it. Now, it’s easier than ever to take care of a loved one from the comfort of your home. And, you can do this properly and safely with the right accessories. Hospital bed accessories are an extremely important part of making sure you’re completely prepared. While some may seem frivolous, others can make your job easier and much safer. Below, we’ve listed a few important and helpful hospital bed accessories for you to browse.
Bed rails are one of the most important accessories in which you can invest, and this is because they have two functions. Their first function is to keep loved ones in bed as they sleep so they cannot roll out, and the second is to work as a kind of grab bar to make it easier to get in and out of bed. When you first get an in-home hospital bed, this should be your first accessory.
Powered Alternating-Pressure Mattress
With an in-home hospital bed, bed sores are going to be a huge concern, as there aren’t any nurses to help prevent them. An easy way to ensure your loved one is free of bed sores is to invest in a powered alternating-pressure mattress. This uses different air chambers to inflate and deflate on a set schedule, which prevents bed sores very efficiently.
Halo Safety Rail
Another kind of bed rail is the Halo Safety Rail, which allows for grab bars at many different angles. It’s incredibly convenient for those who frequently get in and out of bed, and allows for perfect stability. It’s also made to last, so you’ll have it for as long as you need it and beyond!
There are many different types of fall mats, but all of them are excellent ideas. Fall mats are placed near the hospital bed in order to break the fall if your loved one were to fall out of bed. It prevents serious injury, and these mats can be adjusted in thickness based on height.
Again, there are many different brands and types of bedside alarms. But, all of them prove to be useful! Bedside alarms will alert caretakers when a loved one exits the bed for any reason. They can have various other features, and browsing them will help you decide which is best for you.
If your loved one has trouble sitting up in bed, a bed caddie is the perfect solution. It provides a flexible grip net attached to the end of the bed, allowing for the patient to use it in order to assist them in sitting. It’s safe, simple, and perfect for any patient!
Are you ready to start looking for in-home hospital bed accessories? Freedom Mobility has a wide range of products to choose from, and we’ll help you find exactly what you need. We know how important your loved ones are, so we’re dedicated to keeping you satisfied. Call us today!
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