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Hospital Bed (Semi-Electric) - To allow a bedridden patient to change position for comfort, exercise or to eat, use an adjustable hospital type bed. A semi-electric hospital bed is one with a manual height adjustment and with an electric head and leg elevation adjustment. This bed adjusts with a touch of a button. All beds come with a hand crank in case of power outage. A hospital type bed will be delivered to your home with a mattress and your choice of side rails (side rails can be omitted upon request).
 
Hospital Bed (Electric) - A full electric hospital bed is one with an electric height adjustment and head and leg elevation adjustment. These beds adjust with a touch of a button. All beds come with a hand crank in case of power outage. A hospital type bed will be delivered to your home with a mattress and your choice of side rails (side rails can be omitted upon request).
 
 

Bed Rails (Full Length) - Falling from a bed is a potential hazard for anyone, but especially those who are weak or have limited bed mobility. To prevent falls from a bed, we recommend bed rails. Bed rails come in pairs, both full length and half-length.
 
 

Bed Rails (Half Length) - Falling from a bed is a potential hazard for anyone but especially those who are weak or have limited bed mobility. To prevent falls from a bed, we recommend bed rails. Bed rails come in pairs both full length and half-length.

 

 

Bed Rails (Home Style) - This innovative bed assist rail is designed for those requiring a little help for moving, standing and transferring in and out of bed. Unlike fixed-style bed rails, this rail can unlock and pivot out to provide better standing support with less reaching and twisting. Fits twin- to king-size beds. Simply slide the support frame between the box spring and mattress, secure with safety straps and set the rail height.

 

 

 

Safe-T-Pole - The Safe-T-Pole provides a sure grip anywhere you grab it. The Safe-T-Pole is made of heavy-duty, durable steel with a special white coating that feels and looks good. Floor-to-ceiling pole safely assists with standing, sitting, climbing stairs or transferring. No tools required for installation.
Screw mechanism with padded bracket fits securely without marring surface.
White powder coated, heavy gauge steel is attractive and durable

 


Trapeze (Free Standing) - A trapeze bar will enable the patient to change position, exercise or assist the patient in moving in or out of bed. A free standing trapeze bar can be used with a home style bed when a headboard is not available or with an easy chair, sofa or other sitting service.

 

 

Over Bed Table - An over bed table is a practical and easy-to-use bed accessory that easily adjusts for comfort while reading, writing or eating, and they feature an attractive walnut wood-grained laminate top with a T-molded edge that is designed to resist damage.
Made with heavy-gauge chrome-plated, tubular, welded steel construction ensures durability,
1.5in casters ensure smooth mobility of the table in any direction.

 

 


Pressure Support Surface (Foam) - Constant pressure from lying in a bed can cause pressure sores (decubitis ulcers). The use of special floatation mattresses or alternating pressure pads will improve comfort and aid in the prevention of pressure sores. A dense foam overlay is a good product for low risk patients. The Geo-Matt foam overlay is used by thousands of hospitals and nursing homes nationwide. It has been proven effective in clinical trials and studies as an aid in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers.

 

 


Pressure Support Surface (Air) - Constant pressure from lying in a bed can cause pressure sores (decubitis ulcers). The use of special floatation mattresses or alternating pressure pads will improve comfort and aid in the prevention of pressure sores. There are no greater defenses against wounds and disease than those contained in the human body. But often these defenses need an ally. A partner in the healing process.

 

 

 

Pressure Support Surface (Alternating) - For patients who are assessed to be from low to medium risk of pressure sore development, or with existing pressure ulcers up to and including stage III. An alternating Active Pressure Relieving systems and a Pressure Reducing Foam Mattress Replacement system is recommended. This system will help the caregiver to provide for individual needs.
Two modes of therapy in one system.
The mode switch allows a caregiver to easily change the system from alternating pressure to low air loss.
This portable, lightweight system is ideal for any clinical setting.
Recommended for patients assessed at medium risk .

 

 

Commode All-in-one - If the patient is unable to use the bathroom facilities, a variety of bedside commodes are available. This product contains Microban(R) protection that continuously resists the growth of stain and odor causing mold, mildew and bacteria. Includes a snap-on seat with pail
Armrests for comfort
Angled legs for stability
Non-marring rubber tips
Anti-rattle collar that reduces noise

 




Commode Drop-Arm - This product contains Microban(R) protection that continuously resists the growth of stain and odor causing mold, mildew and bacteria. The drop arms on this commode help to accommodate transfers in restricted or confined areas
Easy to operate drop-arm: the user simply pushes the lever to release the arm, or lifts the lever to lock it in the upright position
Convertible to mobile model with optional adjustable wheeled legs
Armrest for added comfort
Adjustable height leg extensions fit a variety of users
Angled legs for increased stability
Anti-rattle collars to eliminate noise
Four non-skid rubber tips for added safety

 




Lift and Recline Chair - A lift and recline chair is designed to give you that extra help you need to stand from a seated position. With a touch of a button the lifting mechanism gently brings you to a standing position and then back into a comfortable recline. Available in many sizes and colors these chairs are not only helpful and comfortable, they are also a beautiful addition to your home décor.



Patient Lift (Electric) - Lifts provide an easier safer way to transfer the patient from bed to chair, wheelchair or commode. A lift such as the Invacare line of Reliant Plus lift was conceived to prevent caregiver back injury and to ensure dignity in patient handling. These high-quality lifts are comfortable, reliable and an integral tool for any caregiver. Using the lift for patient handling reduces caregiver injuries reinforcing safety as a priority in a healthcare facility or in your home. Reliant Plus lifts support up to 450 pounds, making potentially challenging transfers smooth for patient and caregiver. The lift range allows easy access to beds, chairs, toilets, floors, and tubs (with at least 4.5in clearance). Electronic system includes two 24-volt batteries: one for lift, one for battery-charging station
Manual emergency lowering device, and anti-entrapment if boom meets any resistance while lowering
Height range allows lifting from floor and high surfaces
Removable battery pack eliminates downtime and simplifies the charging process
Safety-tested for highest quality standards
Base legs adjust easily and lock securely into open position with the padded shifter handle
Total pinch-point protection covers all moving parts for added safety
Manual lowering for instant response to power loss

 




Patient Lift (Manual) - Lifts provide an easier safer way to transfer the patient from bed to chair, wheelchair or commode. But, too often, manual patient transfers lead to caregiver back injuries. A lift such as the Invacare hydraulic lift was created to make transport situations safe and affordable for everyone involved. And with its slim design, the hydraulic lift is versatile enough to use for any and all patient moves. Padded swivel bar and push handle
450-pound weight capacity
Durable chrome- plated construction
360 degrees patient rotation without side-to-side sway
Lightweight construction and easy disassembly allow quick transport and setup
Indispensable to patients and caregivers alike The Hydraulic lift offers safety, comfort and stability. Most important, it offers peace of mind.



Patient Lift (Pool) - The Hoyer® Classic Pool Lift is easily operated by an attendant with a hydraulic-powered lifting mechanism which allows for recreational and therapeutic swimming. This makes the experience more enjoyable for both patient and attendant. The stainless steel painted finish is designed to resist the humid and corrosive swimming pool environment and the heavy duty construction supports up to 400 pounds. Six-point swivel bar attachment easily adapts to all sling styles and positions
20in - 64in range allows for patient to be picked up from lying position on floor
Pump handle can rotate from side to side for convenience of attendant
Offset mast and boom style provide better lift path, maximizing full travel range
Swivel bar and pump handle are padded for comfort
Elongated handle design serves a broad range of operator heights and offers improved handling ability


Shoe Horn -Available in 23" or 33" (58 or 84 cm), this device employs a comfortable, pistol-grip handle to operate the shoe horn with gripping-finger back. Users can tightly grab the back of a shoe and guide their foot into it as they would with a traditional shoehorn-pull the shoe on without having the foot touch the floor. Can also be used as a reacher. The rubber lug on the gripping finger can be hooked into a belt loop to assist individuals with lower extremity dressing. Latex free. 

 

 

Blood Pressure Monitor -Doctors, diabetes educators, physician assistants, nurses and other healthcare professionals recommend home blood pressure monitoring for various reasons, including the ability to provide them with better information to understand and manage your high blood pressure.