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The look and expectations of a hospital bed have been given to most of us from what we’ve seen in movies or in the unfortunate event of an overnight hospital stay. In reality, the designs of hospital beds and the attached amenities and accessories varies quite a bit. For instance, the design of SonderCare’s luxury hospital beds greatly exceed the comfort and function of most hospital beds while retaining the look of a normal residential bed.
Read on to answer the question, How Many Types Of Hospital Beds Are There?
All contemporary hospital beds are versatile, and patients can adapt them to their changing needs. What separates the different types of hospital beds is what powers their functions. There are three types of hospital beds: manual, semi-electric, and fully-electric.
Fully-Electric: The patient can control the height and position of the bed with a pendant or remote. It does not require a hand crank, making it easier to get in and out of bed or raise the bed to a comfortable height so that the caregiver can tend to the patient or change their sheets. Some models can also move into more positions, such as the Trendelenburg (tilt) position.
All the hospital beds in the SonderCare line are fully electric, meaning they have functions that increase the ease-of-use and comfort for all people. Patients and clients who don’t have the physicality or strength to operate a manual crank can move their bed independently with a SonderCare full-electric bed.
SonderCare beds come in three different models, each fully functional to meet the care needs of clients with sophisticated aesthetics that look at home in any living space:
Hospital models are much more suitable for the comfort needs of patients in recovery than ordinary beds. However, not everyone who would benefit from a care bed has the same comfort needs, which is why you can adjust the bed and its features to suit your particular requirements.
One advantage hospital beds have over ordinary home beds is that they can adjust their height, as well as the head and the foot of the bed. Many patients who are awake in bed prefer to elevate their head, feet, and knees for therapeutic reasons and comfort. When sleeping, many patients require a flat, level surface to get the rest they need; when resting while awake, they can adjust to a seated position to read or watch television. Different models bring different settings for posture adjustment.
There is a wide range of hospital beds available today, all with different styles, designs, and features to fit a wide array of budgets. While virtually all hospital beds can offer some comfort and relief, less expensive beds will often forgo some of the safety, style, and advanced positioning features.
SonderCare hospital beds are readily available for use in homes and private facilities, combining the functionality of a healthcare center with the comfort of an ordinary bed for private settings. With luxurious looks and relaxing adjustable features, our beds are available in several sizes and have many helpful accessories that don’t feel like medical equipment at all.
The best hospital beds have luxury elements to bring more options and adaptability. Features like stylish headboards and footboards, multi-height assist rails, and various sizes mean patients and their families can get the right model for their needs.
Hospital beds typically average a width of 35-45 inches. The most common width among modern hospital beds is 35 inches. The length of most beds are around 70-80 inches. SonderCare provides modular extension kits to alter the layout of the bed for your comfort!
There are several well known manufacturers worldwide but very few specialize in luxury and comfort based hospital beds. Our luxury hospital beds are known and highly reviewed year after year for providing exceptional comfort.
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