Brand: Arrex, Hightech, Surgix
At PORTEA, we offer comprehensive healthcare services, including home care nurses, doctor consultations, physiotherapy, and caregiver services. Additionally, we provide Full Fowler Cots for rent or purchase to support hospital cot-dependent patients. Our expert team assists you in choosing the right product and administration to meet your specific needs.
Our Full Fowler Cots serve multiple functions, including backrest and knee rest adjustments. With collapsible side rails and easy lifting mechanisms, patient safety is ensured. These cots are constructed using high-quality Rectangular Tube/Round Tube materials, and we are a leading supplier of Hospital beds, offering various Full Fowler bed options at competitive prices worldwide from India. The beds can be adjusted to different positions with a Smooth Crank System featuring foldable handles, ensuring ease of use.
Trust PORTEA to provide Full Fowler Cots with head-end and foot-end elevation capabilities for your medical equipment needs, enhancing patient comfort and recovery.
A full Fowler bed is an ergonomically designed, four-section perforated hospital bed that allows adjustments for knee rest and backrest functions. These beds can be operated using cranks or motors, and they feature either simultaneous, central, or individual braking systems for added convenience and patient safety.
The purpose of Fowler beds is to assist immobile patients, particularly those experiencing respiratory distress. They are also used for postpartum women requiring uterine drainage, individuals with nasal feeding tubes, and those at risk of aspiration. Fowler beds are equipped with motors and cranks for easy adjustments, along with collapsible side rails to ensure patient safety and comfort.
The main difference between Fowler and semi-Fowler positions lies in the degree of bed elevation. In the standard Fowler position, the head of the bed is elevated at 45-60 degrees, providing a greater incline. On the other hand, the semi-Fowler position involves elevating the head of the bed at a lesser angle of 30-45 degrees. Both positions are commonly used in healthcare settings to promote patient comfort and manage certain medical conditions.
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