The Classic Low Hospital Profiling Bed by Opera is a height adjustable low bed, has a 4-part electric profiling mattress platform, and offers exceptional value backed by a 3 year warranty. A low bed is particularly useful for caring for someone who presents a high risk of falling out of bed, despite having side rails. On a low bed, the side rails may be removed, the bed lowered and a crash mat placed next to the bed, thus removing the risks associated with the fall. The choice of stylish wood colours gives the Opera Classic Low Hospital Profiling Bed everything it needs to fit into any bedroom surrounding. Complete with integral side rails, the Opera Classic Low Hospital Profiling Bed accommodates up to a 7" mattress allowing the bed to be used with airflow mattresses, and comply with the BS EN 60601-2-52:2010 medical beds standard. Available in either Beech, Oak or Walnut wood colours and with the option of integral side rails.
East Riding of Yorkshire
|Capacity includes or excludes mattress||Excludes|
|Feet end up (Trendelenburg)||Standard|
|Head end up (reverse Trendelenburg)||Standard|
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