Electric beds are one of the more popular choices of beds. With the help of electric beds it decreases the man power. These beds are very easy to use & can be self-managed by patients. They are easily operated and easy to adjust thanks to electric switches and remotes.
Electric Beds are essential for disabled patients because they offer more advantages than regular beds. They maximize patient comfort, use their long time, and their customizable features make it easy to adjust particular parts of the bed.
The advantages that hospital beds provide are
1. Better Help Patients Shift
When people are lying in bed on a bed for a long time, the pressure used on the bed creates the skin tissue to be trapped between the bones and the cover of the bed, producing pressure sores or acne.
For such patients, the beds provide an effective solution: they allow the user to adjust the position of the bed to enable the bed to transfer the bed from one part of the body to another. In addition, disabled patients should be careful when choosing a mattress and choose a mattress that reduces friction.
2 Improve Blood Circulation
Electric Medical beds allow users to change and set the bed to better position their head and feet. These changes enable for exercise, as well as periodical changes in the body's pressure points, thereby enhancing the patient's blood circulation while she/he is in bed.
Raising the feet can help ease the movement of the patient toward the headboard and may also, be necessary for certain conditions. Raising and lowering the height of the bed can help bring the bed to a comfortable level for the patient to get in and out of bed, or for caregivers to work with the patient.
Often, patients experience trouble getting in and out of beds. Hospital beds make this difficulty easier because they have the potential to raise the patient higher or lower. Due to this characteristic, patients can sit up and get out of bed in the position with relative ease.
People encountering hip and knee problems, for instance, typically look to be seated with those joints at an angle greater than 90 degrees; this helps them comfortably get into a standing position. Hospital beds enable users to do so with safety and ease.