Everything has to be right in an intensive care unit: People and technology are required to perform at the highest level. The specialist staff must therefore be able to rely 100 % on the medical equipment used in the ward. Thanks to reliable high-tech functions, the multicare intensive care bed relieves both staff and patient in all areas of intensive care. In addition, the multicare can accompany and support the patient throughout the recovery process.
Lateral - i.e. sideways - pivoting is a recognized means of improving the patient's state of health. Fully programmable, it can become part of a complex strategy to improve oxygenation and prevent pulmonary complications. Therapy cycles can be easily and individually specified by the caregiver on the LCD touch screen.
Brakes the bed automatically one minute after mains connection.
Caring for intensive care and critically ill patients is undoubtedly one of the most physically demanding tasks for nursing staff.
To a large extent, these activities determine everyday nursing care. In many cases, care also requires the patient to be positioned laterally, e.g., when changing bedding, during mobilization, and during basic care. Thanks to lateral swiveling, multicare enables the patient to be turned or moved laterally with minimal effort.
When transporting patients over long distances or uphill corridors, caregivers are exposed to the high loads to be moved and the risk of back injuries or other musculoskeletal impairments increases.
These risks can be reduced with the help of the optionally selectable motorized 5th roller i-Drive Power.
Repositioning the patient for examinations with the C-arm (part of the basic equipment) and standard RTG is both time-consuming and strenuous for the patient and the nursing staff. Thanks to the integrated C-arm and RTG cassette slot for analog media in the multicare, this laborious repositioning process is no longer necessary.
- With the Ergoframe® positioning system, the negative effects of positioning are prevented
- The pivot point of the backrest and thigh rest is raised above the actual lying surface
- The space in the pelvic area is increased during backrest adjustment
- Reduction of friction and shear forces due to enlarged seat area and stable mattress position
Targeted weight monitoring in a patient who is in critical condition can facilitate a variety of important decisions. Weight information can support individualized medication dosing, and stored data can serve as a progress monitor to assess overall condition.
Outer dimensions (side rails up)
|215 x 105 cm|
|Mattress platform extension||22 cm|
|Recommended mattress size||208 x 86 cm|
|Max. mattress height||23 cm|
|Bed height||44 – 82 cm|
|Maximum backrest angle||70°|
|Maximum thigh rest angle||30°|
|Trendelenburg/reverse Trendelenburg position||13°/16°|
|Height of side rails (above mattress platform)||45 cm|
|Weight (basic equipment)||224 kg|
|Safe working load||250 kg|
|Lifting pole bearing capacity||75 kg|
The column unit is patented. The bed's unique construction base provides great stability and guarantees continued functionality when loaded to 250 kg (safe working load).