Hospital Bed, Adjustable Bed, Medical Bed manufacturer / supplier in China, offering Electric Five Function ICU Hospital Bed with Ce ISO Standard, Emergency Cart Crash Cart, ABS and Aluminum Grab Bar Accesible Handrails and so on.
|Purchase Qty. / Reference FOB Price|
|10-9,999 Pieces||US $1,500|
|10,000+ Pieces||US $950|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, Money Gram|
|Numbers of Function:||Five-function|
QUESTIONS You may have:
Q: Are you professional enough for the goods we buy and provide good service?
We have a young team but with years of experience. We know what to improve and always give you the best quality and service. ood service?
Q.Are you a factory and where do you locate? the best quality and service. ood service?
WE are an office from our factory. Our factory is in Foshan City.And we locate in Guangzhou or your easier visiting.
As an office ini Guangzhou, we sell our own products as well as related products with good rates since we sell a lot as agent.
Q. What is your trading term?
1. Payment term: T/T 30% deposit to order confirmed, 70% balance paid before loading. You can send your QC if necessary.
2. Lead time: normally in 30 days after deposit received.
3. Sample policy: Samples are always available for each model. Samples can be ready in 7-15 days once payment received.
4. Shipping port: Foshan /Shenzhen China
5. Discounts: We offer discount for big quantity.
Q: What you produce and what you offer?
We mainly produce hospital bed, trolley,wheelchair,rollator,walker,crutch,cane and safty bath items. We also offer good rate for disposal medical items.like non-woven products,face mask,golve,
What makes people to work with us?
1. Professional manufacturer for 15 years with automatic machinery
2. Factory best price with good quality
3. Acceptable customer MOQ order
4. OEM & ODM service available
5. Best online service delivery on time
6. Free samples for testing in advance
7. Better payment terms, credit payment available
Wheels enable easy movement of the bed, either within parts of the facility in which they are located, or within the room. Sometimes movement of the bed a few inches to a few feet may be necessary in patient care.
Wheels are lockable. For safety, wheels can be locked when transferring the patient in or out of the bed.Elevation
Beds can be raised and lowered at the head, feet, and their entire height. While on older beds this is done with cranks usually found at the foot of the bed, on modern beds this feature is electronic.
Today, while a fully electric bed has many features that are electronic, a semi-electric bed has two motors, one to raise the head, and the other to raise the foot.
Raising the head (known as a Fowler's position) can provide some benefits to the patient, the staff, or both. The Fowler's position is used for sitting the patient upright for feeding or certain other activities, or in some patients, can ease breathing, or may be beneficial to the patient for other reasons.
Raising the feet can help ease 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.Side rails
Beds have side rails that can be raised or lowered. These rails, which serve as protection for the patient and sometimes can make the patient feel more secure, can also include the buttons used for their operation by staff and patients to move the bed, call the nurse, or even control the television.
There are a variety of different types of side rails to serve different purposes. While some are simply to prevent patient falls, others have equipment that can aid the patient him/herself without physically confining the patient to bed.
Side rails, if not built properly, can be of risk for patient entrapment. In the United States, more than 300 deaths were reported as a result of this between 1985 and 2004. As a result, the Food and Drug Administration has set guidelines regarding the safety of side rails.
In some cases, use of the rails may require a physician's order (depending on local laws and the policies of the facility where they are used) as rails may be considered a form of medical restraint.