Fall Prevention & Patient Safety

 

Side Rail Bumpers

side rail bumper pad SIDE RAIL BUMPER PAD WITH VELCO STRAPS
DESC: Fire-retardant high-compression PPF™ polyurethane foam, covered in anti microbial vinyl. Protects top rail
USE: Protection from injury due to banging or slipping through a bed rail
BCM-211 11” x 70” x 1”
BCM 211-2 11” x 70” x 2”
BCM-215 15” x 60” x 1”
BCM-215-2 15” x 60” x 2”
BCM-216 11” x 30” x 2”

 

side rail with window SIDE RAIL BUMPER PAD/ SEE THROUGH WINDOW
DESC: Fire-retardant high-compression PPF™ polyurethane foam, covered in anti microbial vinyl
USE: Protection from injury due to banging or slipping through a bed rail
BCM-211-W 11” x 70” x 1”
BCM 211-2-W 11” x 70” x 2”
BCM-215-W 15” x 60” x 1”
BCM-215-2-W 15” x 60” x 2”
BCM-216-W 11” x 30” x 2”

 

side rail envelope style SIDE RAIL BUMPER PAD ENVELOPE STYLE
DESC: Fire-retardant high-compression PPF™ polyurethane foam, covered in anti microbial vinyl. Protects top rail
USE: Protection from injury due to banging or slipping through a bed rail
BCM-211-ENV 11” x 70” x 1”
BCM 211-2-ENV 11” x 70” x 2”
BCM-215-ENV 15” x 60” x 1”
BCM-215-2-ENV 15” x 60” x 2”
BCM-216-ENV 11” x 30” x 2”

 

Fall Mats

defender fall mat BEVELED EDGE FALL MAT
DESC: Fire-retardant closed cell foam, Grey Chemsafe™ vinyl cover / non-skid bottom
USE: Fall Protection, edge allow wheelchair access
BCEDG-2566…….. 25” x 66” x 1.5”
BCEDG-3072 30” x 72” x 1.5”

 

fall matt FALL MAT
DESC: Fire-retardant high-compression PPF™ polyurethane foam, medical grade vinyl cover.
USE: Fall Protection
OPTIONS Available in 2”, 3” & 4”
OPTIONS Bi-fold, tri-fold or non-fold design
BCFM-2460…….. 24” x 60” x 2”
BCFM 2472 24” x 72” x 2”
BCFM-3072 30” x 72” x 2”
BCFM-3672 36” x 72” x 2”

 

Patient Entrapment Prevention

no gap side guard NO-GAP SIDE GUARD
DESC: Fire-retardant high-compression PPF™ polyurethane foam covered in anti microbial vinyl
USE: Protect patients from accidental slippage through gaps between the mattress and side rail
BCNG-72…….. 72” x 2” x 8”
BCNG-36 36” x 2” x 8”

 

mattress extender MATTRESS EXTENDER
DESC: Fire-retardant high-compression PPF™ polyurethane foam covered in anti microbial vinyl
USE: Used to extend mattress for the needs of a taller patient. Can be customized to fit any bed
BCME-126…….. 6” x 36” x 6”

 

wedge guard WEDGE GUARD
DESC: Fire-retardant high-compression PPF™ polyurethane foam, covered in anti microbial vinyl
USE: Side rail gap protector & patient positioner Patients are safe from falls and accidental slippage through gaps
BWG-36 HALF RAIL 36”
BWG-70 FULL RAIL 70”

 

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