The SB755 profiling bed offers optimum comfort with an ideal seating positioning to minimise shear and friction. Carers can adjust the bed to meet individual user requirements. Thanks to a unique technical feature, the SB755 bed can be adapted to taller users as both the head and foot of the bed can be extended. All these features provide real benefits to users and caregivers in terms of comfort and general well-being.
Your comfort is our focus: The SB755 comes with several features to ensure an excellent seating position and to reduce shear and friction during movement. These include an improved auto-regression system, optimised length of mattress platform sections and a leg section that can be lowered below horizontal.
Invacare strives to cater to all patients and offers a length extension of 100 mm at the head and foot of this model to meet the needs of taller users. Ease of handling No part of the SB 755 weighs more than 25 kg and dismountable scissors are available as an option. Mounting and dismantling the bed have been made particularly easy to allow for greater ease of transport and storage. The bed can be stored on its base and rolled directly from the van to the bedroom. Assembly and transportation can be carried out by one person quickly and with minimum effort.
What benefits can adjusting the height of the bed provide?
The capability to lower and raise the height of a bed can offer benefits to those who use the bed daily and their carers. Setting the bed to the correct height is particularly beneficial to those with limited mobility. This can help you get in and out of bed, especially for those who can self-transfer into a wheelchair.
The function can also be used to assist an individual in achieving a semi-standing position. Reducing the height of the bed can also offer increased security against falls due to the position of the bed being closer to the floor. Some beds offer a shallow height, such as only 21cm, from the floor and, when used with a padded mat at the side of the bed, can offer more excellent protection from injury.
For example, those prone to leaving their bed unexpectedly at night. Accompanying bed beds of low height with padded mats is handy when a bed is used without side rails. Raising the height of the bed to an ergonomic height is particularly useful for carers as it allows them to care for their clients at a safe working height, therefore reducing their risk of back strain and associated injury.
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