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Do you really or a loved one have a debilitating disease or condition that requires lengthy or even everlasting bed rest? Deciding on a home care understructure can be a difficult experience, in particular when time is short and money is scarce. Listed here is a detailed look at the various factors you should consider before making a home health care bed purchase.

Consider carefully your medical condition

The most important in choosing a home care pickup bed is assessing your sickness. The right bed can significantly improve your health and happiness, so ensure you match the bed to your specific healthcare needs.

First, how much do you weigh? Most standard home care beds support up to 450 pounds. If you're heavier than that, you'll need to narrow your to a bariatric bed, which are specifically designed to support obese patients.

Wheelchair-bound people and people at risk for falls must look into a low bed to make getting in and out of the bed as easy as possible. Paraplegics and other folks with very limited mobility may wish to invest in a professionally refurbished clinic bed rather than a home care bed.