The Invacare Carroll CS3 Bed was designed for patients that require more than just a hospital bed, but an innovative system that can offer a variety of functions and modalities. The CS3 can solve all your patient support woes.
Invacare Carroll CS3 Bed Features:
- Simplified connect system allows the user to set up the bed without the need for any special tools – as well as allow for easy alterations
- The CS3 incorporates their Maxi-Lock floor locking system, which secures the bed to the floor in any elevated position. Mobility is allowed in the low position as well
- Arched slat deck design allows for enhanced infection control and decreases the amount of wear and tear the mattress takes per use
- Hand pendant is ergonomically designed and water resistant for convenience
Invacare Carroll CS3 Bed Specifications
|Overall Height:||8.5″ – 27″ Height Range|
|Product Weight Capacity:||450 lbs. Weight Capacity|
|Overall Length:||Universal Deck Length (76″ or 80″)|
|Product Weight:||190 lbs.|
|Back Angle:||70 Degrees|
|Warranty:||Electronics – 2 Years
Mechanical – 5 Years
Frame – 10 Years
How to Differentiate Between the Various Hospital Bed Types
Your average bed may not be cut out to support an individual that suffers from an injury or ailment.
This is where hospital beds thrive.
Hospital beds are intentionally designed to allow injured, sick, or elderly patients to rest and recover with ease. Since every patient has a specific set of needs, it is absolutely necessary to select the right type of bed, like the Invacare Carroll CS3 Bed, which caters to patients that require mobility and long-term care.
Now, there are an assortment of bed frames, styles and mattresses to choose from. The span of time the hospital bed will be utilized will decide the style and elements required. This guide point out all the details and information that you will need to buy your bed with ease.
What You Need to Ask
To gain better insight into what you are searching for in a hospital bed, ask some of the following questions to your manufacturer of choice:
- To what extent will the bed be required?
- At what length per day will the patient utilize the bed?
- What sort of frame does the individual need?
Selecting the Right Bed Frame
The bed frame provides adequate soundness and support to the mattress and the patient. For example, some of the bed frames include: grid, slate, spring and full. On the off chance that the bed will be utilized for the entire day, the full deck, grid, or slat frame is highly suggested. Spring decks are reasonable for patients that utilize the bed under sixteen hours per day.
Sorting Out Mattress Types
The mattress provides support and comfort to the patient. Consider the patient’s circumstance, particular needs, as well as the length of time they will spend in the bed itself.
A patient that is limited to the bed for most of the day will be at danger of contracting skin wounds.
To accommodate for these situations, you will need to consider mattresses that balance weight appropriately. Pick the mattress in light of the particular need of your patient. The following is a rundown mattress types for hospital beds, such as the Invacare Carroll Hospital Bed.
This kind of mattress is most appropriate for patients that will utilize the bed under ten hours a day. It’s essentially a conventional mattress type.
Heavy Duty Mattress
Bariatric mattresses are particularly intended to provide support and comfort to patients that weigh 350 lbs (and up) and are designed with numerous materials.
Foam Prevention Mattress
Patients who are stationary or invest long periods of time in bed will benefit most from this type of mattress. The foam prevention bedding is intended to diminish the dangers that immobility can have on a patient.
Pressure Relieving Mattress
This mattress type offers skin moisture management, enhanced blood circulation, and weight distribution to help promote healthy skin and increased recovery. Its features make it a perfect choice for patients that already suffer from pressure ulcers and sores. This mattress works great when paired with the Invacare Carroll Bed.
Lateral Rotation Mattress
This mattress is intended to soothe pressure points and turn the patient from side to side on a regular basis. It is a perfect choice for individuals undergoing ulcer treatment. A specialized blower continually pumps air into the mattress, which promotes recovery. What’s more is that the mattress enhances blood circulation, lung health, and absorption rates. Patients that can’t turn on their own and require the assistance of caregiver or nurse will benefit greatly from this type.
Invacare Glissando Gliding Mattress
The Invacare Glissando Gliding Mattress incorporates a premium four-way stretch cover and two layers of premium foam with Invacare’s patented “gliding” layer, designed to help reduce the amount of friction that contributes to the development of pressure ulcers and sores..
- Side wall is built-in and helps support user ingress/egress
- Castellation-cut foam helps redistribute pressure for optimal patient comfort
- Cover is fluid-resistant and also features a concealed zipper that can be easily accessed to clean foam
- Foam technology allows each section to move independently from one another to maximize patient support and comfort
- Patented gliding layer reduces friction and helps minimize pressure ulcers from forming
Invacare Softform Excel Mattress
The Invacare Softform Excel Mattress incorporates a contoured foam layer designed to distribute the patient’s weight evenly, to promote healthy blood flow and help reduce the risk of pressure ulcers or sores from occurring. Patients that spend much of their time in bed are always at risk of developing these ulcers due to the minimal amount of repositioning that they can perform on their own. The base mattress also features a firm foam layer that provides enhanced support for users.
- Cells ensure airflow throughout the foam for consistent temperature
- Fluid-resistant, four-way stretch cover protects the skin from rashes or damage
- Dense, foam layer at the mattress base provides maximum support
- Castinated cell technology allows for maximum body contact for optimal pressure reduction
- Cover is removable and can be easily replaced for inspection
Invacare Softform Premier Mattress
The Invacare Softform Premier Mattress features a unique contoured foam insert designed to provide excellent user comfort and optimize pressure reduction for users up for very high risk. A single piece foam is designed to provide side support and help facilitate transfers.
- High-resiliency foam supports the user’s body and provides substantial comfort and fit
- Welded seams and full flap included on cover hide zipper to maximize durability
- Cover is easily removable to clean and for inspection purposes
- Fluid-resistant, four-way stretch cover protects the skin from abrasion and damage
- Castellated cells maximize body contact to reduce pressure on the user’s body
Invacare MA65 microAIR Alternating Pressure Mattress
The Invacare MA65 microAIR Mattress from Invacare is designed to offer maximum user flexibility. With 5, 10, 15, or 20 minute alternating cycles, patients can obtain the necessary therapeutic levels required. Air pressure is continuously monitored to ensure that proper pressure distribution is maintained at all times, based on the user weight.
- Audio and visual alarms notify staff of low pressure or power outage
- When connected to the blower, mattress will remain inflated even if a power outage occurs
- Can be rolled up and stored conveniently with carrying strap
- 10 nylon, buckled straps ensure that the mattress remains secure to the bed
- Wireless auto-fowler prevents the patient from bottoming out when the bed height is adjusted