Universal Hospital Bed
The modern hospital bed is no longer simply the place a patient spends the majority of time in hospital; it is a functional instrument that actively assists the patient during convalescence. The Altura Thema power adjustable bed offers a broad range of functions for patients and caregivers, and is safe; furthermore, it is born of a high quality design. These factors combine to create a pleasant hospital environment, while maintaining lower costs.
- the unique design, which combines high quality materials such as anodized aluminium and HPL, is modern and sophisticated. Multiple innovative elements enable easy and user friendly operation of the bed. The simplicity of the design ensures a minimum of inaccessible cleaning spaces, and the durability of materials keeps pace with the latest trends in hospital infection control. Columnar Construction
- the unique patented design ensures high stability and functionality with a safe load capacity of 230 kg. Columnar construction allows the bed to be set to Trendelenburg, Reverse Trendelenburg, and Cardiac chair positions. The columns are crafted of smooth aluminium without gaps and difficult to clean joints, and the bed’s easy hygiene concept is supported by its technological innovation. Side Rail Solution
- the full length side rails are effective individual protection against falls. The height of the side rails (41 cm over the mattress platform) makes them compatible with most active and passive mattresses. Because the side rails extend the entire length of the mattress platform, there are no gaps that a patient may unexpectedly fall into. The full length side rails include a telescopic mechanism that makes it possible to extend the rails beyond the length of the mattress platform by 15 cm, or shorten them by 4 cm. Auto-regression
- the positioning mechanism enables continuous extension of the space in the pelvic area by 11 cm. This leads to the reduction of pressure between the mattress and tissue, and actively supports the prevention of pressure ulcers in the pelvic area. Auto-regression increases patient comfort in the seated position, while relieving excess pressure on the abdomen and pelvis