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Standing aids; their uses and options available
Patients in hospital may need to use a standing aid for various reasons: Post-surgical recovery.  After many surgeries, patients may require temporary assistance with standing to prevent complications like blood clots.  Same if they need to be moved to the bathroom...
Care chair choices
Care chairs can encompass a wide range of different chairs and the right one is completely dependent on your patients needs or your ward requirements. In this article we will explore the options for hospitals.  For needs in a home...
Pressure care options
Pressure care cushions work by distributing body weight more evenly, reducing pressure on specific areas and promoting better circulation. Some key benefits of using pressure care cushions: REDUCED RISK OF PRESSURE ULCERS: The primary benefit of pressure care cushions is...
What are you looking for in a neuro chair?
While the most important features for a neurological chair will depend on the specific needs of the patient and their condition, but we believe these are the 5 top contenders for essential options in a neurological setting for a chair:...
Hospital chairs; the options
There are many different types of hospital chairs, each designed with specific purposes and user needs in mind. Here are some of the most common: GENERAL-PURPOSE HOSPITAL CHAIRS: These are the most basic type of hospital chair, typically used for...
The advantages of a recovery chair post-surgery
A recovery chair is a real advantage post-surgery, offering a range of advantages that can make a patients’ healing process swifter and more comfortable. Here are some of the key benefits: Enhanced comfort and pain management: Ergonomic design: Recovery chairs...
Aiding efficiency in the Emergency Department
The ED is a fast-paced and critical environment where efficiency is paramount to delivering timely and effective care to patients. Utilising the right equipment plays a crucial role in streamlining workflow, reducing wait times, and improving patient outcomes. Equipment can...
Clinical chairs in healthcare – the range available
Clinical chairs is a broad term that encompasses a variety of seating options used in different healthcare settings. We’ve broken these down into categories based on their specific functions and uses: 1. Examination chairs: GENERAL EXAMINATION CHAIRS: These are adjustable...
TX care and recovery chair accessories
 The TX multifunctional care & recovery chairs have been designed with the patient and their wellbeing in mind. The ergonomic design of each is made with sculpted polyurethane foam which encourages even distribution of weight during use. We offer 5...
Sitting out patients – the advantages
Sitting a patient out in the hospital, rather than them being confined to a bed, offers a multitude of benefits, impacting both their physical and mental wellbeing, as well as overall recovery and speed at which that can take place:...
Multifunctional hospital chairs; choosing the right one for your patients
Multifunctional hospital chairs offer a multitude of benefits for both patients and healthcare staff, making them valuable assets in a hospital setting. Here's a breakdown of their advantages: Improved Comfort and Positioning Multifunctional chairs allow for various adjustments like reclining,...
Early mobilisation and enhanced mobility with sit-to-stand transfer aids
Transfer aids such as the Sara Stedy and the Move Assist play a crucial role in hospital settings, having a positive impact on both patient safety and well-being, alongside a manual handling aid for HCP’s. Here are some of the...
The benefits of ultra-low profile beds
Ultra low profile beds have a number of benefits that make them ideal for use in care homes. Here are some of the key reasons why ultra low profile beds are so important in care homes: Reducing the risk of...
Neurology; the advantages of early mobilisation
Early mobilisation is a crucial aspect of care for patients in the neurology ward of a hospital research has shown the significant benefits it offers to a patients' recovery and overall well-being. Here are some of the key reasons why...
The benefits of early mobilisation post total knee replacement
Early mobilisation; initiating physical activity soon after total knee replacement (TKR) surgery, has gained widespread recognition for its numerous benefits in patients' recovery and overall well-being. Here are some of the key advantages of early mobilisation post-TKR: Reduced pain and...
Improving quality of life: How equipment can make a difference in a care home
In a care home, ensuring the best quality of life for residents is of utmost importance. But how equipment can make a difference in a care home?  From mobility aids to specialised beds and fall sensors, the right equipment can...
Caremed – the home of Layflat Seating
Layflat seating offers a range of benefits for individuals in a hospital environment; whether they are recovering from a serious illness or injury or simply seeking to improve their comfort and well-being. Here are some of the key advantages of...
Why offer an overbed table?
Overbed tables are a versatile piece of medical equipment that can be used to improve the comfort and convenience of patients and residents in a variety of settings. They can be used to provide a stable surface for eating, drinking,...
Sara Stedy transfer aid: Revolutionising mobility support for patients
The Sara Stedy aid is a sit-to-stand aid that can be used to help patients and residents transfer from a bed or chair to a standing position. It is a non-powered device that is operated by an HCP. The Sara...
FAQ’s on the Mobilise® CH5 layflat early mobilisation chair
Since the launch of our multifunctional care chair, manufactured right here in the UK, there have been some commonly asked questions.  So we've created a mini How-To video which should help, alongside the below… How do I apply and release...
The advantages of a profiling chair
Profiling chairs are a type of adjustable multifunctional chair that can be used to improve comfort, positioning, and circulation. They can be used in hospitals, care & residential homes and are ideal for patients with current mobility problems, such as patients...