Stryker S3 Hospital Bed - Refurbished

The Stryker S3 is based on the company's popular Secure line of hospital beds. The S3 is a med/surg bed that monitors the patient's position in three zones and a 30-degree Head Of Bed angle to help reduce the risk of ventilator-associated pneumonia. The bed also offers one-hand operation of siderails, center-mounted brake, one-touch in-bed scale and superior ergonomics to reduce bending and twisting that can injure caregivers.

  • Designed with onehand operation and an intermediate position for patient assistance during bed entry and exit.
  • One-touch scale allows accurate, repeatable readings with the patient or bed in any position.
  • iBed® awareness monitors local bed status information, alerting changes to preset positions visually, audibly or remotely.
  • Depending on the number of waves you’ve configured the Intellivue X2 to show, the area of each wave automatically adjusts in size.
  • Open architecture platform gives you clinical and financial flexibility to choose any support surface for the bed.
  • Exclusive StayPut technology allows patient’s proximal location to remain essentially unchanged when the head of bed is raised, reducing the need for patient repositioning while keeping patients close to bedside belongings.

Siderails
Designed with an intermediate support position that allows patients to help themselves enter or exit the bed—helping reduce the risk of falls and the risk of injury to the caregiver.

iBed Awareness
Monitors local bed status information and alerts caregivers visually, audibly or remotely if preset parameters are compromised.

Open Architecture Platform
By providing better bedside data and greater flexibility to connect, you can improve care efficiencies to help prevent adverse events. Our open architecture approach reduces your cost of ownership and gives you the freedom to build a custom solution.

StayPut Bed Frame Technology
The movement of the Stryker-exclusive StayPut Bed Frame maintains the relative location of the patient when the head of the bed is raised. This helps reduce the need for patient repositioning once the bed adjustment is made.

Reduced Patient Falls
Patients also remain in close proximity to bedside belongings as the bed is articulated, helping to reduce the risk of patient falls when paired with clinical best practices.

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