Precautions for the Use of Electric Medical Beds
Ⅰ. About the electric medical bed
Electric medical beds are more and more popular in the family and medical industry due to the addition of many functions that ordinary medical beds do not have. At the same time, it is precisely because of the existence of these special functions that the use of electric medical beds is very different from ordinary medical beds. So what are the points that should be paid special attention to when using electric medical beds?
Ⅱ. The use of electric medical bed points
1. Check the power cord of the electric medical bed for damage, it may be crushed, squeezed, sheared, cut or worn through. Do not place furniture (such as rocking chairs) on the wires. Avoid beds where power cords are placed or rolled around.
2. Do not allow clothing, sheets, bedding, books or anything else in contact with the wall outlet. Do not let these items get stuck between the cord and the bed when plugged in as this could cause a fire or damage the cord or plug.
3. Do not place carpets or rugs, beds, or anything else over the power cord. Carpets and rugs can cause wires to heat up too much and cause a fire. Do not set the power cord where people pass by, as this may cause falls and damage to the power cord.
4. Do not use extension cords or power strips with multiple plugs in sockets. Any damage to these could result in a fire. If you must use an extension cord or power cord, have it checked by a professional before use. It will also need to be checked regularly as long as you use it. Avoid using socket boxes where more than one power cord may be plugged in. If you must use an outlet box, leave it there without risk of damage or leaking fluids.
5. Plug the power cord directly into the wall socket from the electric medical bed. Have a professional check the electrical outlet to see if it is working properly. The socket should also be checked to make sure it is the correct type. The pins (blade) should be tight. To the power outlet, the power cord should fit snugly. Plugs, sockets and wall panels should not be plugged in or broken.
6. When adjusting, the head, feet or any part of the bed, the electric medical bed is free to move. Should extend to its full length and adjust to any position. Make sure that bed movements do not affect the bed's power cord, plug or socket. Manual controls and power cords should not pass through bed moving parts, or through bed rails. You adjust the electric medical bed, watch the hand control cables and power cords. Normal bed movements should not pinch or damage these wires.
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