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ICU Medical BED

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ICU HOSPITAL BED (HJS 101)

MOTORISED 5-FUNCTION ICU BED (HJS 101)

  • Five Function Bed operated by Electrical Remote

  • Function- Backrest (Head-end) Elevation, Knee rest (Foot-End) Elevation, Height Adjustment, Trendelenburg and Reverse Trendelenburg

  • Accessories- ABS Head Foot, ABS Side Railing, Wheels, Hand-Remote

  • Dimensions: 2185 mm x 980 mm

  • Finish: pre-treated & epoxy powder coated

 Product Features

  • Detachable head and foot panels with corner buffers, ABS materials

  • Four-section bedplate with ventilated holes for adequate airflow (Perforated CRCA 1.2mm M.S Sheet with 36 Embosses Holes).

  • Collapsible Safety Side Railings, one touch to lay down.

  • Covered 125mm Castors with breaks.

  • Frame made of 25mm dia M.S tubes.

  • Provision of Urine bag holder and IV rod.

  • Finish: pre-treated & epoxy powder coated

Variants

ICU HOSPITAL BED (HJS 102)

MOTORISED 5-FUNCTION ICU BED WITH NURSE PANEL (HJS 102)

  • Five Function Bed operated by Electrical Remote

  • Function- Backrest (Head-end) Elevation, Knee rest (Foot-End) Elevation, Height Adjustment, Trendelenburg and Reverse Trendelenburg

  • Accessories- ABS Head Foot, ABS Side Railing, Wheels, Hand-Remote

  • Dimensions: 2185 mm x 980 Mm

  • In Build control panel on both side of Guard rail for Nurse/Patients to adjust bed position easily.

  • Detachable head and foot panels with corner buffers, ABS materials

  • Four-section bedplate with ventilated holes for adequate airflow (Perforated CRCA 1.2mm M.S Sheet with 36 Embosses Holes).

  • Collapsible Safety Side Railings, one touch to lay down.

  • Covered 125mm Castors with breaks.

  • Frame made of 25mm dia M.S tubes.

  • Provision of Urine bag holder and IV rod.

  • Finish: pre-treated & epoxy powder coat

                         ICU HOSPITAL BED (HJS 103)

MOTORISED 5-FUNCTION ICU BED WITH EMERGENCY BUILT-IN BATTERY BACKUP (HJS 103)

  • Five Function Bed operated by Electrical Remote

  • Function- Backrest (Head-end) Elevation, Knee rest (Foot-End) Elevation, Height Adjustment, Trendelenburg and Reverse Trendelenburg

  • Accessories- ABS Head Foot, ABS Side Railing, Wheels, Hand-Remote

  • Dimensions: 2185 mm x 980 Mm

  • Built-in emergency battery backup maintains all functions during electricity failure

  • Detachable head and foot panels with corner buffers, ABS materials

  • Four-section bedplate with ventilated holes for adequate airflow (Perforated CRCA 1.2mm M.S Sheet with 36 Embosses Holes).

  • Collapsible Safety Side Railings, one touch to lay down.

  • Covered 125mm Castors with breaks.

  • Frame made of 25mm dia M.S tubes.

  • Provision of Urine bag holder and IV rod.

Our Range of Motorized and Mechanical Beds

Motorised ICU Bed

Hospital beds move via mechanical or electrical means. The new models are easy to use and have controls handy for bed dwelling patients.

ICU Bed Specifications

The Department of Health and Social Care does states that each bed space in an ICU should include:

“An electric bed capable of attaining chair and Trendelenberg positions, and fitted with a pressure-relieving mattress.”

So, these guidelines specify three requirements for ICU beds:

  • Must be electric – can be operated using a handset or control panel rather requiring medical staff to reposition the bed manually.

  • Must offer cardiac chair and Trendelenberg positioning functions – these positions facilitate respiration and circulation to aid bodily function. Read more about the Trendenlenberg position and why it’s used.

  • Can accommodate a pressure-relieving mattress – foam or replacement air mattresses are used for pressure relief. ICU beds must have appropriate dimensions to fit these mattresses.

Motorised ICU Bed

Looking for a motorised ICU bed on rent or ICU bed for sale - we provide both at Healthy Jeena Sikho. 

What are Motorised ICU Beds?

Motorised ICU Beds are special hospital beds designed for at home or in hospital special care patients - to take care of their critical needs and to monitor their parameters  creating a safe ecosystem for them at home. 

 

Our Motorised ICU Beds combine smart ergonomics with advanced technology and intuitive operation. Motorised ICU beds are able to provide both safety and comfort to the patients and caregivers alike.

 

We offer ICU Motorised Beds and Mechanical ICU Beds. The caregivers can tilt the ICU bed and can also adjust the height. 

To know more about motorised ICU beds on rent - you can also reach out to our experts at : 9876978488 or 7087971180

Features of Motorised ICU Beds

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-Hospital Beds Raise, Lower, Elevate, and Recline

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There are differences in functionality among different bed models. But, most hospital beds are capable of a variety of movements. If your loved one has reduced balance and mobility, you want to ensure he has his feet firmly planted on the ground before he tries to stand. You can lower or raise a hospital bed so your loved one can stand safely. Hospital beds make the safe use of walkers and wheelchairs easier. Hospital beds Elevate and recline. For patients who have difficulty sleeping on flat mattresses, hospital beds can adjust to create a comfortable sleeping space. Sometimes patients need to elevate legs and feet for health reasons. 

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-Hospital Beds are Good for Caregivers

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Hospital beds support good care technique. Caregivers can control the position of hospital beds. Caregivers are better positioned to offer support in back healthy positions. They are less likely to bend and stoop while providing assistance. Hospital beds make caring for your loved one’s personal needs easier.

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Hospital beds often have rails that may give your loved one something to hold onto. Even if your loved one is non-ambulatory he may have upper body strength. He can use his arms to help with rolling and repositioning.

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-Hospital Beds are Small and Mobile

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While it may be an adjustment to move from a large bed to a hospital bed, often the reduced bed size makes manoeuvring in the room safer. Wheelchairs and lifts require quite a bit of space to use and position correctly. Hospital beds may have wheels for easy movement. If your loved one is bed-bound, a hospital bed makes changing scenery easier.

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-Hospital Beds are Accessorizable

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Hospital beds rails offer great handholds. They also protect people from rolling off the sides. While you would never want to restrain someone in bed rails are great reminders for people who need help in and out of bed. Bed rails can be attached on the entire length of the bed, or half rails can attach near the top of the bed. These rails are great for getting in and out of bed and usually don’t get in the way of getting in and out of bed

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​-Better Positioning for Patients

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When people are forced to spend extended periods of time in bed, the pressure that their body places on the bed causes a lot of heat that becomes trapped between the person’s clothing, bed and skin that will cause pressure sores or bed sores. These sores are extremely uncomfortable and difficult to manage. Hospital beds will often be recommended as an alternative so that they can reposition their body with ease to rotate themselves and displace the pressure throughout the body to alleviate soreness.

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-Injury or Lack of Mobility

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With certain injuries or surgeries, people will temporarily or permanently lose some of their mobility. Oftentimes, people will have their bedrooms on the second floor and climbing the stairs is too difficult to do post-surgery or with some injuries. Hospital Bed Rentals provide a convenient, temporary option to allow you to sleep on the ground level and make getting in and out of bed easier with less pain. People who are going through or recovering from abdominal surgeries, back surgeries or pregnancy often rent hospital beds as it allows them to sleep comfortably at an angle or position that is not painful for them and allows them to get in and out of bed on their own.

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-Improved Circulation 

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Hospital beds allow users to alter and adjust the bed to better position their head and feet. These changes allow for movement as well as a periodic change to the pressure points on the body, thereby improving the patient’s blood circulation while she/he is in bed.

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-Safety

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Hospital Beds often become a necessity for people with conditions that require caregiver monitoring and attention or occasional restraint from falling. People who are at risk of falling, like those with dementia or cognitive impairment will many times require a hospital bed for the use of half rails to keep them in the bed. The half rails are adjustable to slide up and down out of the way, designed to keep people in bed or provide a stable and secure item to assist getting out of bed.

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-Transferring

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One of the most significant benefits of hospital beds is the ease of transferring. Hospital beds allow the caregiver to raise or lower the bed to a height that makes transferring the patient to a seated position, chair, wheelchair, or walker easier and reduce pain. Those with hip pain, lower back injury or pain, and some surgeries make moving and getting in and out of bed painful. The fully electric hospital bed and its ability to raise or lower makes getting in and out on one's own much easier.

Closing Thoughts

Hospital beds are great tools that help keep your loved one comfortable at home. For people who are bed-bound or have trouble getting in and out of bed a hospital bed at home may be the solution. Hospital beds are sometimes covered by medicare. Medical professionals can help get your loved one a hospital bed at home.

Some people still regard hospital beds as clunky and sterile, but today’s hospital beds are valuable to home care tools.

How to choose the right hospital bed for home?

Once you get in touch with Healthy Jeena Sikho experts, we explain the characteristics and features of each of the hospital bed. Each added functionality results in an increase in the price for the bed. We ensure that you get the bed at affordable and best prices.

The price for a patient hospital bed starts from 15,000 for a manual hospital bed to 100,000 for top-end fully functional motorised electric ICU bed.

How to get a hospital bed at home?

First you need to select the model of the hospital bed after detailed research or just pickup the phone and speak to one of our experts to choose the right fit hospital bed for home. We will arrange for the delivery and installation of the chosen hospital bed at your home. We ensure that you get the bed at affordable and best prices.

If your need for the medical bed is for a short duration, you can opt for a hospital bed on rent. We offer hospital beds on rent in the Tricity. We make sure that the patient bed is in good working condition and necessary hygiene is ensured by us.  The hospital bed would be delivered, installed at your home with explanation of all the functionalities that the hospital bed supports besides all the precautions  you need to take, so as not to hurt patient or damage the patient bed.

ICU Bed On Rent

We provide Hospital bed on rent in Chandigarh, Mohali & Panchkula (Tricity) to people who need them for a short period of time. We have made getting a Hospital Bed for home very convenient and affordable. Hospital Bed rent starts from 1500 per month for a basic manual hospital bed and can go up to 10000 per month for a more advanced Fully Electric ICU bed. The delivery, installation and maintenance of the hospital bed is taken care of by us.

Process of getting a ICU Bed on rent?

We provide Hospital bed on rent all across Chandigarh, Mohali, Kharar, Zirakur, Pinjore, Dhakoli, Baltana and Panchkula. It is generally a three-step process –

1. Select the right Hospital Bed for home 

Consult with our experts who will help you select the right hospital bed based on your needs and budget. We have a wide variety of hospital beds- Five Function electric ICU bed, Three function electric bed, Two functions electric bed, One function electric bed, Fowler and Semi-Fowler bed. Choose the correct rental plan. We typically provide deliveries within the same day. We make sure that you get the hospital bed at economical and best prices.

Typically, renting process includes monthly Rent advance, the deposit amount based on the value of the goods and two-way freight cost.

2. Get the ICU Bed at Home

The hospital bed is delivered to your home by an expert who explains the functionality of the ordered hospital bed. Check the condition of the hospital bed and let the patient who is going to use it try it.

3. Return Or Extend Rent duration of the ICU Bed

You can either renew the rental plan next month or if you no longer need the hospital bed you can return it.

 

 

Why Healthy Jeena Sikho for your hospital bed needs?

1. We have our own factory for hospital beds, patient beds, Electric hospital bed, ICU beds and are equipped to customise as per specific needs also. This also allows us to have absolute control on the Quality of the final product of Medical bed. This process also allows you to get most competitive and best price for hospital bed, as multiple layers of distribution are cut out from the middle.

2. The hospital beds are properly serviced and the mattresses properly cleaned to maintain proper hygiene.

3. We are based in Mohali, Chandigarh, so easily accessible and thus you don't have to worry about any service related issues. Plus since we are the manufacturers, we can provide you timely service and replacement in case of any malfunctioning in the hospital beds. (which, by the way, is rare, but none-the-less can happen)

4. Our monthly rent for hospital beds for home are affordable and we provide home deliveries making it convenient for you to easily try it at home before taking it. we provide the hospital beds on rent on the most economical and best price.

Our Range of Motorized Hospital Beds at the best price

4 Important Features for ICU Beds

 

Following is a quick and short checklist for you to see if a motorised ICU bed - will comfort your patient. Most ICU beds will also include the following four features:

CPR RELEASE

In an emergency being able to create flat, hard surface needed to perform CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation). 

Most intensive care doctors and nurses would consider CPR release as an essential for ICU beds. This function allows medical teams to flatten the bed platform at the push of a button or lever.

IV POLES WITH HOOKS

IV poles are used to securely hang fluids or medications that a patient needs to have administered via a drip. They typically have 2 or 4 hooks which can each support a fluid container. Having an IV pole with multiple hooks is beneficial in ICUs where patients will often require multiple medications at once.

Choosing an ICU bed with an IV pole included makes it easier to move a patient in an emergency. Rather than having to wheel both the bed and the IV pole, medical staff only have to focus on moving one piece of equipment. This reduces the risk of injury or damage to the IV supply.

REMOVABLE HEAD AND FOOTBOARDS

Beds with removable head and footboards, which lock safely into place when in use, are often preferred in ICUs.

There are two key benefits to this design:

  • In an emergency scenario, removing the headboard allows medical staff to stand behind the patient. This frees up more space to work around the patient and provides easier access to the head to support breathing.

  • It’s easier to perform prone positioning. This procedure involves rotating a patient from lying face up to face down.

Intermittent prone positioning has been shown to improve external respiration and improve/prevent acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) in critical care patients.

NURSE CONTROLS

Electric ICU beds can have several different options for controls. Some have a patient handset or patient controls built into the siderail. Others have a nurse control handset or nursing controls built into the base of the footboard. Often, there will be a combination of controls available on a single bed.

For ICU beds, having built-in nurse controls offers several benefits:

  • Nursing controls can lock functions on any patient handsets. This will protect a vulnerable patient who cannot operate the bed themselves from accidents.

  • There are no trailing wires which can cause a trip hazard when staff are rushing to assist during an emergency.

  • There’s no risk of controls getting lost. ICUs are busy places. If staff need the bed to perform a function, they can activate it immediately without having to locate a handset.

  • Bed accessories, such as weighing scales, can be incorporated. This helps to monitor the weight of patients who are too unwell to sit or stand to be weighed.