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Beds, Electric, Flotation Therapy

Definition : Electric beds designed to provide a soft surface for the patient similar to that provided by floating on a fluid. These beds typically include a mattress filled with some appropriate substance, such as air, water, or gel; the mattress covering may be permeable to air and water vapor but not to liquids. Floatation therapy electric beds are used to treat patients who are at moderate to high risk for developing decubitus ulcers and whose clinical status requires high head elevation, frequent transfer, and/or ambulation.

Entry Terms : "Specialty Beds" , "Beds, Water Flotation, AC-Powered" , "Beds, Flotation Therapy, Powered" , "Flotation Therapy Beds" , "Beds, Flotation Therapy" , "Flotation Beds"

UMDC code : 10348

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DiaMedical USA Equipment LLC

Company Type: Parent

DiaMedical USA has supplied hospitals and other healthcare organizations around the world with brand name new and used medical equipment at a savings of 30-80% versus the cost of new medical equipment

Hill-Rom Co Inc

Company Type: Parent

We're a company that draws on a heritage of more than 80 years of innovation and excellence to provide solutions that enhance the lives of our customers and their patients. Our roots are in the ideas first set forth in 1929 by our founder William A. Hillenbrand, who had a dream to "bring the home into the hospital." Since that time, we have become an industry leader and a trusted partner in finding health care solutions.

Pacific Tech Products of Ontario

Company Type: Parent

The ROHO Group

Company Type: Parent

ROHO, Inc. was incorporated in 1973 by Robert H. Graebe. He began his career as an electrical engineer, but while working on a project for a hospital, he became concerned about a means to heal ischemic ulcers or pressures sores, as they are commonly called.

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