Bedridden Products for Bedridden Patients
|A bedridden patient is confined to bed because of
illness or infirmity. He or she is usually affected by an impairment
of normal physical or mention function. Patient after surgery may
experience a bedridden period that may be long or short depending on
the health condition and recovery situation. Some disabling diseases
or injury may cause patient to be bedridden for a long period of
time and even the rest of the life.
The following bedridden products assist bedridden patients in
their daily life to stay away from common complications or
facilitate patient care by caregivers:
Hospital Beds & Accessories: these are most basic bedridden
products that patients reply on. Full electric or semi-electric
models are easier to control by care givers or patients
Pressure Relief Mattresses: bedridden products (such as
alternating pressure mattress or low air loss mattress) used to
prevent or heal pressure sores that are the most common
complication for bedridden patients.
Patient Lifts: the most commonly used transfer tools by
caregivers, such a bedridden product can be driven mechanically
regular or standard wheelchairs are the most common
mobility aids play important roles in the daily lives of the
elderly and handicapped persons, especially for bedridden
designed to monitor bedridden patient and to
alert their caregivers when immediate intervention is required.
It sounds an alarm to alert the caregiver when a patient tries
to get out of bed.
Commode Wheelchair / Shower Wheelchair:
are to ensure bathroom safety for patients who use toilet or
take shower / bath.
- Personal Care Products:
that take care of personal hygiene, incontinence and all kinds of daily
living issues for bedridden patients.
- Bedridden Air Chair: these help prevent pressure sores for patients
in sitting position for a long time.
- Power Chair with Rear Control: unlike other power chair, this is
operated by caregiver through the controller on the back rail. It makes
caregiver a lot easier to transfer patients from a place to another and
is well suited in a healthcare facility such as nursing home, assisted
living, hospice, etc. as well as for care of patients of obese