The Multicare bed is designed for the critical care setting with innovative features designed for caregiver and patient safety.
Unique features support vital patient functions and provide excellent working conditions for staff to help minimize the risks associated with caring for high acuity patients. This ensures that the patient can be treated safely and effortlessly. Multicare has a set of distinctive features and leading technology which provide solutions for many of the challenges faced in the high acuity environment.
SUPPORT FOR PREVENTION, THERAPY, AND DIAGNOSTICS (ADVANCED THERAPY CAPABILITY)
LINET’s proprietary platform provides continuous Automatic Lateral Therapy (ALT) via the bed frame. This standard feature of Multicare can assist in preventing ventilator associated pneumonia (VAP), mobilize secretions, improve gas exchange, and even assist with pressure injury reduction for patients who cannot be turned manually.
IMPROVEMENT OF PATIENT SAFETY AND COMFORT
The unique siderail concept, the Multizone Bed Exit Alarm, and the intelligent braking features help ensure each patient is protected from potential falls. The minimum gap siderail design also reduces the risk of patient entrapment.
PRESSURE INJURY PREVENTION
The Multicare bed helps to reduce pressure and shear through its proprietary Ergoframe® technology. Inspired by wound care experts, this feature significantly aids in the prevention of pressure injury by increasing envelopment capacity in the sacral area as the bed articulates. With Multicare open architecture, you can choose among LINET's range of active and reactive mattresses, such as OptiCare. The OptiCare bed surface features an advanced design that optimizes the mattress for each patient. The Optimization Detection System utilizes six immersion sensors in conjunction with patient weight, height and position on the mattress to automatically adjust mattress pressures for optimum performance.
FEATURES FOR EASE OF NURSING
Lateral Tilt, Mobi-Lift® handle, i-Drive Power®, integrated scale, LCD control touch panel, and foot controls are examples of features designed for ease of caregiver use while minimizing the physical strain encountered by the nursing staff when providing care.