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A home hospital bed is one of the most important purchases you will ever make. The right bed can transform your quality of life and comfort. But finding the right home hospital bed is not as straightforward as buying an ordinary consumer bed.
In this article, we're going to look at five factors that you should consider when choosing a home hospital bed for yourself or a loved one.
How many adjustments does the bed have?
Most beds described as home hospital beds have at least head and foot adjustments: the upper and the lower section of the bed's surface are adjustable up and down. These adjustments are great for people who need support to sit up in bed and for people with medical conditions that benefit from sleeping in an upright position.
How are the adjustments powered?
The adjustments on a home hospital bed can be manual, semi-electric, or fully electric. Beds with manual adjustments have no external power source: they rely on muscle power. Semi-electric beds use electric motors on some of their adjustments. Full-electric adjustable beds use motors on all adjustments.
How well-made is the bed?
The quality of home hospital beds is variable. We would advise hospital bed buyers to inspect beds in person to assess the quality of their construction.
What is the bed's weight capacity?
Adjustable beds have an upper limit to the amount of weight they can support. Maidesite MD series hospital beds support up to 300 lbs. We also make bariatric hospital beds for heavier patients that support weights of up to 750 lbs.
Will the bed fit with your home decor?
Home hospital beds are medical equipment, and some manufacturers make no effort to conceal the fact. Their beds are instantly identifiable as hospital beds and do not blend in well with home decor. If the appearance of the bed and the bedroom is important to you, look for an adjustable bed designed to conceal the electrical components and adjustment mechanisms.
Buying a hospital bed for the home, either for yourself or a person in your care, can be a daunting proposition. However, with a bit of knowledge of what to look out for, it can be carried out easily and effectively.
There are 5 common features of a hospital bed that you should be aware of before buying a hospital bed for home use.
The height adjustment is important to suit different people of different heights. Hospital beds are usually adjustable in heights, for the most simple reason, to let the patient get on and off easily.
Side rails on hospital beds are designed to prevent the patients from falling off the bed. They can also be the support when the patients need to get on and off the hospital beds.
Mattress are comfortable for the patients and some are designed for anti-debuticus, choose a suitable and durable mattress to make the patients more comfortable and convenient while laying on the hospital beds.
Electric hospital beds are way more better than manual hospital beds, with just a click of the button, the caregivers, even the patients themselves can operate the hospital beds easily, which saves energy and time.
Fully-enclosed wooden head and foot board
Wooden headboard and footboard for hospital beds are durable and comfortable. And the wood suits home environment well. Makes the hospital bed like home furniture.
Buying a hospital bed for the home, it's a good choice to choose Maidesite. With over 10 years' development, Maidesite has expanded its business into more than 85 countries. Contact Maidesite about more information of hospital beds anytime.