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Profiling beds are an electric care bed used in care homes and care at home to assist elderly and disabled users with mobility and their carers with nursing. Profile beds get their name from the profiling mattress platform that allows the user to raise the backrest to sit up in bed and raise the footrest/knee-break to elevate their legs. Profiling beds are also fully height adjustable and some models have a lilting function called Trendelenburg. All functions are operated electrically through a wired handset which can be clipped on to the side of the bed. Profiling beds also have side rails either side of the mattress platform that can be raised and lowered to help prevent falls from the bed.

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Profiling beds are an electric care bed used in care homes and care at home to assist elderly and disabled users with mobility and their carers with nursing. Profile beds get their name from the profiling mattress platform that allows the user to raise the backrest to sit up in bed and raise the footrest/knee-break to elevate their legs. Profiling beds are also fully height adjustable and some models have a lilting function called Trendelenburg. All functions are operated electrically through a wired handset which can be clipped on to the side of the bed. Profiling beds also have side rails either side of the mattress platform that can be raised and lowered to help prevent falls from the bed.

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Standard height profiling beds are the most common type of profiling bed. In their lowest position, they are around 40cm from the floor which is a similar height to a normal divan bed. When raised to their highest position they are around 80cm from the floor, the height of a carer’s waist level to facilitate nursing the user on the bed.

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Stand assist beds are cleverly engineered to enable the user to reach a standing position from the bed without the help of a carer/assistant. They maintain all the key characteristics of a profiling bed but their mattress platform also adjusts into a position that makes getting up from the bed much easier. The most common stand assist bed is the rotating chair version which is where the mattress platform rotates 90 degrees and forms a chair facing out from the bed.

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Stand assist beds are cleverly engineered to enable the user to reach a standing position from the bed without the help of a carer/assistant. They maintain all the key characteristics of a profiling bed but their mattress platform also adjusts into a position that makes getting up from the bed much easier. The most common stand assist bed is the rotating chair version which is where the mattress platform rotates 90 degrees and forms a chair facing out from the bed.

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