Our range of premium beds – featuring all state-of-the-art functions expected in today’s leading healthcare equipment – reduces patient´s risk of bed fall injuries to an unprecedented low. See our product range here.
The FloorLine LTC with its home environment design is the optimal choice for long-term care facilities. Its one-piece design makes it easy to fold and store away efficiently.FloorLine LTC
The FloorLine-i is a sound purchase for both hospitals and long-term care facilities. It features standard bed positions such as Trendelenburg and cardiac chair position.FloorLine-i
With its big range of features such as Trendelenburg, cardiac chair position and electronic CPR function, this bed offers our highest level of care. Its minimum height from the floor is 10cm / 3.9”.FloorLine-i Plus
Discover the benefits of ultralow beds
Patient falls are widely recognized as a significant healthcare risk, as well as a cost. Pain, cost, complication, extended rehabilitation stay – and even death – are just some of the dire consequences of a bed fall.
Patients who are at risk of falling are not protected from the impact of a fall if the bed only descends to a height of eight inches (20 cm). That distance to the floor – although appearing small and harmless – can still lead to the sustaining of serious injuries.
On a floor-level bed endowed with a minimum height of less than four inches (10 cm), the gap from the bed to the floor is small enough to avoid the hazardous drop distance. Thus, the risk of bed-fall injuries is avoided, offering safety – as well as dignity – to the user. Our range of premium beds – featuring all state-of-the-art functions expected in today’s leading healthcare equipment – reduces patient´s risk of bed fall injuries to an unprecedented low.
Improve the working conditions
A challenge in today’s healthcare is the working position of the caregivers. To resolve this problem, the floor-level beds may be raised all the way up to 31 inches (80 cm), creating an optimum working height and reducing the risk of caregivers’ back injuries.