A bariatric bed is a sturdy bed that is typically broader than regular hospital beds so that larger people can be securely and comfortably accommodated in hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation centers, and at home.
A bariatric hospital bed is a heavier-duty, wider bed that can accommodate larger people in hospitals, clinics, rehab facilities, and at home. It can be up to 54 inches wide and 88 inches long and has a higher weight capability than conventional models.
They frequently offer the option to change the bed’s total height for convenience. In order to increase comfort, they can also alter the location of the feet and the head.
Each bariatric bed is uniquely made to facilitate treatment while taking safety concerns associated with assisting obese sleepers into mind. The maximum weight capabilities of bariatric beds are higher than those of standard hospital beds, making them suitable for accommodating patients who are obese.
The global bariatric bed market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Interlude 500 Bariatric Bed, the most recent development in bariatric care, will be available in the UK thanks to a collaboration between Canadian manufacturer Rotec International and Innova Care Concepts.
The Interlude 500 is the only bariatric bed with a load capacity of 499kg on the market, and it intends to provide a special solution for the UK hospital and care sector.
This bariatric bed may be lowered to a height of 21 cm (8 inches) from the floor, which lowers the danger of falls and increases the independence of patients with special requirements.
Benmor Medical, a specialist in bariatric equipment, and Tetcon, a Dutch company, have reached an exclusive distribution agreement that will deliver Tetcon’s cutting-edge bariatric emergency evacuation equipment to the UK for the first time. The new cooperation will see Benmor Medical add Tetcon’s S-CAPEPODS to its product line.
These devices are made to help medical staff remove bariatric persons from places like hospital wards or other public/private facilities in the event of an emergency.
In the case of an emergency, the S-CAPEPODS provide a speedy and safe way to evacuate bariatric patients because they are permanently attached between a bed’s frame and mattress for easy access.
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