Whether it’s for an individual, health care facility, or a care home, a Low Profiling Bed is a big investment when compared to divan beds. However, the benefits of this type of bed to both a patient’s quality of life and to carers can far outweigh this cost. This is because, as the name suggests, they are designed to go down to a lower height than normal, which can make sleeping safely easier for residents. It’s useful, before purchasing such a product it’s important to consider the following questions:
Could a low profiling bed improve the resident’s health?
For the resident themselves, their health and quality of life are likely their biggest concerns. If a resident is at risk of falling from bed, o
For over 50 years, Renray Healthcare has been supplying high-quality furniture to various sectors within the healthcare industry.
We have an extensive range of furniture and interior solutions that a
Ward furniture needs to incorporate design features that aid infection control and reduce manual handling and pressure sore risks. Whether patients and visitors are spending one night or months on a w
Electric beds or Adjustable beds or profiling beds, whatever you call them, all plug into an electrical socket and cost you money. But how much money do they cost a year to the average healthcare faci
Using good furniture to promote wellness
Resident wellbeing is linked to their overall physical, mental, social, and emotional state and it is of paramount importance to care homes. Wellbeing must be