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Hill-Rom® At Home

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VersaCare® Bed

Advanced technology for superior care

The VersaCare® Medical Bed enables high quality of care for complex medical conditions via advanced solutions that support safety, mobilization, and skin care. This bed also assists caregivers with daily care to help make their lives easier.

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Product Features

Help Keep Your Skin Safe

Keeping you or your loved one’s skin safe has never been more important. Reducing shear, friction, moisture, and heat can help aid in the prevention and treatment of pressure injuries.

Features to Help Assist Your Independence 

The low bed height can be adjusted to an optimal height for patient care, stand assist, and transferring. Combining this with siderails that tuck completely away allows for a zero gap transfer to help individuals get out of bed easier.

  • Low bed floor to edge of sleep surface
  • LowChair® position - allows the user to be in a fully seated position in the bed
  • SlideGuard® bed articulation technology with auto contour - (watch video below)
  • FlexAfoot® electrical bed retraction and extension - allows the caregiver to extend or retract the bed to customize to the user's length
  • Boost® patient repositioning system makes it easier to reposition the user toward the head of bed (watch video below)
  • Turn assist (on AIR/P500 surface) - assist caregivers in turning the user 20° left or right. 
  • Advanced Microclimate® Technology (on P500 surface)
  • HandsFree® foot controls allows caregivers hands free operation of the high/low and head operation
  • Battery backup - if a power outage occurs the battery back up can be used to operate the bed
  • Obstacle detect® feature - senses objects that are between the bed frame and will not allow lowering of the frame if an obstacle is detected
  • Trendelenburg - allows the user to place the bed in a tilted position which enables their head/neck to be lower than their lower extremities
  • Reverse Trendelenburg - allows the user to place the bed in a tilted position which enables their lower extremities to be lower than their head/neck
  • Hand control - user has the ability to control the head/knee up/down
  • Stand assist - use of the high/low helps the user stand and exit the bed
  • Firm perimeter - step deck bed frame design provides a firm support around the perimeter when the user exits or enters the bed
  • Nightlight - one light on each side of the bedframe to help illuminate the floor
  • Point-of-Care® bedside controls for caregivers
  • Easy grip handles
  • Integrated scale (optional)
  • Siderail Pads (optional)
  • Siderail Extension (optional) increase the height of the siderails by 3"




Contraindication:

Use of active therapy surfaces with patients with unstabilized spinal cord injury could cause serious injury to the patient.

Technical Specifications

Bed height
Low (floor to edge of deck): 17"
High (floor to edge of deck): 34"

Sleep surface
Width: 35.5"
Length, fully extended: 86"

Overall width
Siderails down: 37"
Siderails up: 40"

Bed length
Fully extended: 94.5"
Fully retracted: 82.5"

Critical angles
Maximum head elevation: 65°
Maximum trend-like positioning: 15°

Approximate bed weight: 495lbs (without surface)

Weight capacity: 550lbs

Surface Options

View References
  1. IHI, Reducing Harm From Falls (http://www.ihi.org/IHI/Topics/PatientSafety/ReducingHarmfromFalls). Information found on April 7, 2011
  2. Joint Commission, It’s a Long Way Down: Reducing the Risk of Patient Falls retrieved from http://www.jointcommissioninternational.org/ Web-Based-Education / Its-A-Long-Way-Down-Reducing-The-Risk-of-Patient-Falls/1435/ on January 18, 2011
  3. Kuhn, BA. Balancing the pressure ulcer cost and quality equation. Nurse Econ. 1992;10:353-359.
  4. ANA Nursing World Safe Patient Handling and Movement.. Vol. 9, 2004. http://www.nursingworld.org/MainMenuCategories/ANAMarketplace/ANAPeriodicals/OJIN/TableofContents/ Volume92004/No3Sept04 / EvidenceBasedPractices.aspx
  5. Hill-Rom Patient Activity Study, 2010

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Additional Resources for this Product

High Yields from a Pressure Ulcer Prevention Program - Yuma Regional Medical Center

The implementation of a new bed system that provides: a pressure redistribution surface; a bed exit system; and powered patient transport in their bed, has helped improve clinical outcomes and reduced cost. The program changes following the purchase of VersaCare A.I.R.® bed systems have been estimated to save the Yuma Regional Medical Center facility greater than $200,000 per year. The benefits that were achieved above involved a mandatory systematic application of the process improvement program designed to utilize the bed features.
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