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Home Hospital Beds for ARDS

Rest comfortably and receive treatment for ARDS in your home with an adjustable home hospital bed.

An adjustable home hospital bed aids the treatment of people suffering from Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS). It provides a safe and comfortable environment for long-term bed rest. The head, foot, and hi-low adjustments help caregivers to treat ARDS patients in comfort in their homes and allows for positioning to drain excess fluid from the lungs.

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Supernal 5 Home Hospital Bed

Supernal 5

Introducing the glamorous Supernal 5, which provides the ultimate flexibility in a stylish 5 function home hospital bed. Available in Twin, Full, and Queen.

  • Height Range
    (Deck to Floor)
    12" – 24"
  • Capacity 300 lbs
  • Adjustability Head (60°) Head (35°) Hi-Low Trendelenburg (10°) Reverse Trendelenburg (10°)
  • Sizes Twin 80 Full 80 Queen Dual King (2 Twins)
  • Mattress Options Ascent Mattress (cloth or vinyl) Soft Touch Mattress (cloth or vinyl) Pressure Guard Mattress
  • Additional Features Compatible with most low profile Hoyer Lift Systems
  • Available Add-Ons Half Rails (head only) Bamboo Rail Covers Standard Headboard Cherry Finish Headboard Battery Backup
New Valiant with Companion with head up

New Valiant

The New Valiant is a full-featured hospital bed capable of maximum adjustment in all 5 positions. Available in Twin, Full, and Queen.

  • Height Range
    (Deck to Floor)
    12" – 24"
  • Capacity 300 lbs
  • Adjustability Head (60°) Foot (35°) Hi-Low Trendelenburg (10°) Reverse Trendelenburg (10°)
  • Sizes Twin 80 Twin 84 Full 80 Full 84 Queen Dual King (2 Twins) Special Size 48X80
  • Mattress Options Ascent Mattress (cloth or vinyl) Soft Touch Mattress (cloth or vinyl) Pressure Guard Mattress
  • Compatibility Low Profile Hoyer Lift System Environmental Control Unit (ECU)
  • Available Add-Ons Half Rails Bamboo Rail Covers Standard Headboard / Footboard Cherry Finish Headboard / Footboard Touch & Glow Wireless Hand Control Joystick Hand Control Big Button Hand Control Egress Floor Lighting Hospital Grade Power Cord Battery Backup Catheter Hook
Night Rider HD bariatric hospital bed with head and foot adjusted

Valiant HD & SHD Bariatric Hospital Bed

The Valiant HD (heavy duty) and SHD (super heavy duty) are reinforced versions of the New Valiant, with increased weight capacities.

  • Height Range
    (Deck to Floor)
    13.5" – 23.5"
  • Capacity 600 lbs 750 lbs
  • Adjustability Head (58°) Foot (35°) Hi-Low Trendelenburg (10°) Reverse Trendelenburg (10°)
  • Sizes Twin 80 Twin 84 Full 80 Full 84 Queen Dual King (2 Twins) Special Size 48X80
  • Mattress Options Ascent Mattress (cloth or vinyl) Soft Touch Mattress (cloth or vinyl) Pressure Guard Mattress
  • Compatibility Low Profile Hoyer Lift System Environmental Control Unit (ECU)
  • Available Add-Ons Half Rails Bamboo Rail Covers Standard Headboard / Footboard Cherry Finish Headboard / Footboard Cherry Wood Trim Touch & Glow Wireless Hand Control Joystick Hand Control Big Button Hand Control Egress Floor Lighting Hospital Grade Power Cord Battery Backup 2" Glides Hospital Grade Retainer Bar Catheter Hook

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Benefits of a Home Hospital Bed for ARDS

Here’s how our adjustable hospital beds can assist patients with ARDS:

  • The head and tilt adjustment on an adjustable bed raise patients into an upright position without exertion. Medical professionals recommend upright and prone positioning to distribute oxygen to damaged lungs better.
  • Adjustable beds can be raised or lowered, helping caregivers to treat ARDS patients and to transfer them to and from the bed safely.
  • Home hospital beds and mattresses reduce the risk of bedsores. Pressure-relief mattresses automatically reposition patients to promote the healing of existing bedsores.

Transfer Master home hospital beds offer comfort, safety, and flexible treatment options to ARDS patients. Our range includes the Supernal 5, which includes electronic head, foot, height, and tilt adjustments. For heavier patients, we offer Heavy Duty and Super Heavy Duty bariatric hospital beds.

Contact us today for a free consultation with a home hospital bed expert about adjustable beds and ARDS.

Frequently Asked Questions About Home Hospital Beds for ARDS

What is ARDS?

Lung damage and tissue inflammation cause Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Symptoms include difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, and blue skin coloration. ARDS may lead to complications that involve the lungs, heart, circulatory system, nervous system, and brain.

ARDS is a serious condition with a high mortality rate. With proper treatment, ARDS sufferers may recover. However, there may be health consequences such as reduced strength, mobility, and endurance.

How Does an Adjustable Hospital Bed Help ARDS Patients?

Doctors treat ARDS with ventilation, medication, and long-term bed rest. They may advise patients not to lie flat on their back (supine). Lying face-down—the prone position—can help to distribute oxygen through the lungs. Patients may also be positioned with their head raised above their feet with an adjustable bed’s head adjustment, foot adjustment, or tilt adjustment.

How do home hospital beds reduce the risk of bedsores for ARDS patients?

Patients with ARDS spend long periods in bed. Bedridden patients may develop bedsores, which are also called pressure ulcers or pressure sores. Pressure sores are a serious medical condition that causes discomfort and tissue damage.

Home hospital bed mattresses from Transfer Master are engineered to distribute pressure more effectively with progressive laminated foam or memory foam. Pressure-relief mattresses accelerate healing in patients with existing bedsores.

Which mattress is best for ARDS patients?

Hospital beds should be used with a hospital bed mattress. Consumer mattresses are not designed to work with the adjustments of a home hospital bed.

Due to fluid buildup in the lungs in ARDS, patients can find additional comfort from the automatic rotation options available on our PressureGuard mattress series.

Transfer Master’s Supernal Sleep System includes progressive laminated foam mattresses designed and memory foam mattresses. All of our mattresses provide a healthy skin environment and reduce the risk of bedsores.

What sizes of home hospital beds and mattresses are available for ARDS patients?

Our range includes Twin, Full, Queen, and Dual King sizes. Our standard bed length is 80 inches. Some beds, such as the New Valiant and Night Rider HD & SHD Bariatric Bed are available in an extra-long 84 inches and a special 48-inch by 80-inch size. We offer a range of mattresses suitable for all of our bed sizes. For custom sizes and features, please contact us for a free consultation.

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Transfer Master has built electric adjustable hospital beds for the home and medical facility since 1993. We started with a simple goal that hospital beds should allow wheelchair users to transfer independently in and out of bed. Twenty-five years later, our customers are still at the center of everything we do. You’ll feel the difference.