Repositioning of bedridden patients


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Franz Morat Group has developed a system to make it as comfortable as possible to regularly reposition bedridden patients in intensive care. At the same time, it significantly relieves the burden of nursing staff.

Benefits at a glance:

  • Flexible use on different types of hospital & care beds
  • Less staff required thanks to simple commissioning and intuitive operation
  • Make it easier to change clothes, bed linen or protective sheets
  • Comfortable weighing of bedridden patients
  • High level of comfort for patients through personal interaction with the caregiver

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System to comfortably reposition bedridden patients

Strenuous and time-consuming repositioning can be done by a single caregiver without physical exertion and enables interaction with the patient at the same time. Nursing staff, who may be in short supply, can therefore be channeled more efficiently to provide care to people who need it. From an ethical point of view, bedridden persons will feel safer, while ensuring comfortable and humane treatment at the same time.

Flexible operation in everyday care

The system is ready to use after just a few steps. The system can be used with a wide variety of hospital-style beds. Once the system has been positioned at the foot of the bed and the supporting device is extended, the tubes are folded out and positioned parallel to the edges of the bed. A loop-and-hook fastening system is used to attach the special bed sheet required for turning to the tubes. Rotating the tubes in the opposite direction securely fastens the bed sheet, and the patient is lifted.

Cutting-edge technologies for nursing and intensive care

A touch display is used for intuitive operation. Using predefined positions, the patient can be repositioned to the 30° position, for example, which is often recommended to prevent pressure sores. As an alternative, the 135° prone position can be selected to ventilate the dorsal pulmonary areas or in the event of dorsal injuries. Even a 180° turn, such as in a monitored intensive care unit, can be executed within a few seconds by significantly fewer staff.

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We are just about to launch the product on the market and are looking for partners in the sector of medical technology. If you are interested, we will be happy to respond to your inquiry at: email hidden; JavaScript is required | +49 7657 88-308