Most profiling beds in care environments will be able to assume the Trendelenburg position. This where the bed moves to a slope where the feet will be at the top and head at the bottom.
First characterised in the late 19th century it was a means to gain greater access to certain areas during surgeries at the time.
The main use of this bed position today is as a way to treat minor respiratory issues. At this angle more blood is flowing to essential organs allowing for better circulation.
How about Reverse Trendelenburg?
This is the opposite of the standard Trendelenburg where the head is elevated above the feet at 30 degrees. This position has been used to aid in breathing for bariatric individuals, this releases pressure from th
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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