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Hospital Bed IV Pole IV Stands For Medical

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Hospital Bed IV Pole IV Stands For Medical

Bed IV pole – All medical device manufacturers
Easily mounted on any type of hanging rail (25X10 mm & 35X8 mm) and hight adjustable to optimize its position. Compare this product Remove from comparison tool.

Lumex Bed Socket Telescoping I.V. Pole

Pole is highly constructed of durable, anodized aluminum tubing with internal rubber bumpers that ensures silent operation and reduces shock to hand and IV

What are the hospital poles called?

Intravenous poles
Intravenous poles, commonly known as IV poles, are a common necessity in all hospitals. They provide patients with a continuous flow of medication and other other life-saving fluids.

What is a hospital IV fluid stand called?

A staple of hospital operations, intravenous poles – also known as IV poles – are devices that keep intravenous bags full of medicine or fluid in place. The bags are hung from the hooks at the top of the pole.

What is IV hook?

IV Hook – Pivoting Hook I.V. Bag Hook Holder & Closet …
The IV Hook eliminates the need for bulky IV Stands and IV Poles. The IV Hook is space saving and easy to install in intravenous drip locations. The Stainless Steel I.V. Hook pivots and locks out of the way when not in use unlike IV Poles or IV Stands.

What is fowlers bed?

Fowler beds are equipped with motors and cranks for effortless adjustments, collapsible side rails, and ABS steel foot and head panels. They employ individual or central braking systems and offer functions for backrest and knee rest adjustments.

Hill-Rom Bed IV Poles

FOLDING IV POLE FOR HILL-ROM. BED RECONDITIONED. Item #: AL-74319. Price: $199.00. Qty Add to Cart. Add To Favorites ยท REPLACEMENT IV HOOK ONLY.

Lumex 5782RG Universal IV Pole Attachment
The Lumex Universal IV Pole Attachment offers a tip free means of administering enteral feedings or IV therapy in clinical care recliner chairs ideal in

Universal IV Pole Attachment for Medical Recliners & Beds
This Universal IV Pole holder for Recliners and Hospital Beds offers a tip-free means of administering enteral feedings or IV therapy.

Description

This Universal IV Pole holder for Recliners and Hospital Beds offers a tip-free means of administering enteral feedings or IV therapy. The attachment is designed to universally attach to the legs of most manufacturer’s geri chair recliners and hospital beds. The package includes socket attachment and telescoping IV Pole. The socket attachment clamps to the leg of the bed or chair and the IV poles inserts into the socket attachment. Optional Lumex Telescoping IV Pole 2101A is also available.

Features
Compatible with medical Recliners and Beds with 1-1/4″ diameter Round Legs or 1″ Square Legs
Locking collet quickly and securely adjusts pole height from 35″ to 65″ (from attachment base)
Internal rubber bumpers ensure silent operation and reduce shock to hand and I.V. container when lowering telescoping tube
IV Pole is constructed of durable, anodized aluminum tubing and is 1/2″ diameter
Fits Lumex, Invacare, and Drive Medical geri chairs and medical recliners, as well as most patient beds
Specifications
Optional Telescoping IV Pole: Adjustable from 35″ to 65″ (2101A)
IV Pole Material: Anodized Aluminum Tubing
IV Pole Holder: Universally fits 1-1/4″ diameter Round Tubing Legs and 1″ Square Tubing Legs, for Beds or Recliners
P65 Warning for California residents

Item# 2101A warning relates to cancer and reproductive harm.

Item# 5782RG warning relates to exposure to chemicals including Di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Bed Mounted IV Poles

IV poles suspend fluid bags at a height so that intravenous fluids can flow from the bag to the patient. They have one of more hooks for holding the bags.

IV poles suspend fluid bags at a height so that intravenous fluids can flow from the bag to the patient. They have one of more hooks for holding the bags. They’re sometimes used with clamps, brackets, and other IV pole accessories to attach additional medical equipment or supplies to the pole.

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