Innov8 IQ Bed with Split Side Rails
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The Innov8 has been designed to meet to the demands of the hospital enviroment and is ideal for clinical situations. It may be suitable for some domestic situations, however an access assessment would need to be carried out.
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£3780.00 £3150.00 ex VAT
The Innov8 has been designed to meet the demands of the hospital environment and is ideal for clinical situations. It is suitable for use by people with a wide range of nursing needs and may also be suitable for some domestic situations, however an access assessment would need to be carried out.
The panels are blow moulded and are durable and the surfaces are smooth which helps with cleaning. The low height of the bed helps to reduce the risk of patients falling.
Features include an integral bed extension and a low foot end to improve visability for patients. The bed also features self-lowering split side rails that drop below the level of the mattress to help patients to easily get in and out of bed safely. It has movable catheter hooks which can be placed at different locations around the bed.
PLEASE NOTE - In order to be able to provide an accurate cost for delivery and installation a free of charge survey would need to be carried out on the property and the room where the bed will be situated.
|Mattress platform Height range||340 mm to 750 mm|
|Overall Length||2280 mm|
|Mattress Platform Width||880mm|
|Mattress Platform Length||2000mm|
|Product weight||146 kg|
|Maximum User Weight||190 kg (30 stone)|
- Low height reduces the risk associated with patient falls
- Low height foot end to improve patient visibilty
- Integral bed extension
- Easy access manual CPR handle with CPR mechanism
- Electric CPR on the nurses handset
- Blow moulded panels for durabilty and ease of cleaning
- Movable catheter hooks
- Simultaneous operation of the cardiac shair and tilt functions together with auto regression improves patient positioning