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A surgical bed purpose in hospital operations includes orthopedic, robotic, urologic, and more. But there are surgical beds used after surgery to let patients rest and recover after the surgical procedures. It has rotating or extending platforms and a sterile surface. Aside from that, it can elevate or lower the patient’s head or feet independently. The operating room bed has a stainless-steel frame, padded material, and mattress, which can be electric, semi-electric, or manual. A bariatric patient bed is one example of a more specialized style. Apart from a bed, a milliard double leg elevation pillow is good post-surgery support. As a support cushion after knee surgery or an injury, it prevents the affected leg from moving extensively. Its comfortable 45-degree tilt lessens blood pooling and edema. The dense polyurethane foam used to make this cushion gives the leg on a mattress or sofa soft yet solid support.

Jackson bed for surgery

Jackson bed surgery tables are for spinal surgery. Its features can safely execute several spine procedures in supine, prone, and lateral positions. The table of this operating bed may be rotated 180 degrees and lacks central support. The spinal surgery top connected to the advanced control base offers better C-arm and O-arm accessibility.

Hana bed for surgery

Using the Hana bed surgery table, doctors may carry out a range of orthopedic and fracture operations. The adjustable composite table provides the surgeon access to the operating area. An upper cushion supports the patient's head and chest on this hip replacement bed. The lower part of the table has a unique "split" design that lets each leg stand independently without needing extra support. This table's locking system keeps the hip firmly in place without swaying. The carbon fiber structure allows unrestricted C-Arm access for anterior/posterior, lateral, and oblique fluoroscopic views.

Stryker surgical bed

Flexibility, a single-button in-bed level, and a bed exit system all come with the flexible stryker surgical bed. It has an open architecture, intermediate side rails, and a low bed height. In addition to increasing nurse safety and workflow efficiency, this hospital surgical bed reduces in-hospital patient falls. An extra-wide bariatric patient bed helps hospitals accommodate heavier patients securely and comfortably. Bariatric beds are frequently 39 to 52 inches wide and 90 to 98 inches long. This hospital bed surgery has durable, long-lasting components and features, including electric operation and extra-wide frames.

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