Hillrom - ICU Bed - HR900
Non Technical and Terms
Available from October 2020, first ordered first supplied
Note on price
Price quoted EXW
- CIP Incoterms 2020
- CPT Incoterms 2020
On return of the ROI, Hillrom will obtain actual shipping costs per product based on quantity and destination as per the applicable Incoterm. Actual shipping costs will be in addition to the quoted prices below and will be detailed in the contract.
Hillrom products have recognized regulatory approvals/certificates and these will be set out in any contract. An independent pre-shipping inspection at Hillrom's premises prior to collection by the carrier, and will be in addition to the quote prices below.
Service will be provided by Hillrom's in-country service network.
There is a 40% Advance Payment and 60% payment on shipping. Payments are to be made by Bank Direct Payment.
Hillrom is a global medical technology leader whose 10,000 employees have a single purpose: enhancing outcomes for patients and their caregivers by Advancing Connected Care™. Around the world, Hillrom’s innovations touch over 7 million patients each day. They help enable earlier diagnosis and treatment, optimize surgical efficiency and accelerate patient recovery while simplifying clinical communication and shifting care closer to home. Hillrom make these outcomes possible through connected smart beds, patient lifts, patient assessment and monitoring technologies, caregiver collaboration tools, respiratory care devices, advanced operating room equipment and more, delivering actionable, real-time insights at the point of care. Learn more at www.Hillrom.com.
Electric patient beds allow patients and staff to adjust the bed's height and position without the need for manual force, reducing both time and strain. In addition to having motorized height and position adjustment, these beds may include other features like integrated scales, bed-exit alarms, removable headboards and footboards, multiple patient positioning options, and x-ray compatibility. Major components of patient beds include:
- Bed frame – A support deck that is typically divided into three or four segments to allow the bed to be positioned in various ways. Common patient positions include: Fowler (semi-sitting position), semi-Fowler (patient back slightly raised), Trendelenburg (patient head tilted downward while feet are elevated), reverse Trendelenburg (patient feet tilted downward while head is elevated), and cardiac chair position.
- Bed Surface – A mattress that can range from a simple foam mattress to a highly specialized therapeutic surface.
- Bed motors – Used to adjust the height of the bed and to move the head and knee sections.
- Patient controls – A handheld pendant that allows the patient to adjust the position of the head and knee sections with a nurse call button.
- Healthcare professional controls – Bedside controls for special bed positions, bed height, and to lock out patient controls.
- Optional features – Additional features may include an integrated scale to weigh patients while lying in bed and bed exit alarms that sound when a patient tries to leave the bed unattended.