Halo safety ring double-sided for Hospital bed
The Halo Safety Ring is actually a series of grab bars at just about any angle. It provides a secure handhold for getting in or out of bed. When used on a hospital/adjustable bed, the Halo is mounted to the bed deck so that it raises and lowers with the head section. When used on a standard home bed, it mounts below the bed frame and includes a pedestal floor support.
A bed assist bar is an important piece of equipment to many who need some extra stability when getting in or out of bed. The Halo Safety Ring is a Bed Rail like nothing else out there. It's extremely strong, stable, made from steel and attaches to the upper (moving) portion of the bed frame on hospital beds. Halo Rails are also available for use with regular, at-home or nursing center beds.
This device is the first to satisfy the guidelines set out by the FDA and the Hospital Bed Safety Work Group, regarding the problem with patient entrapment regularly occurring with the old-style bed rails. The Halo unit is now recommended for all assisted living centers nationwide.
Most Assisted Living Centers require the Halo Safety Rail. It's innovative design utilizes a lateral mattress stay and a circle mount to eliminate the danger of entrapment on all bed types and provides residents with greater mobility and a sense of security.
Halo Ring Size: Diameter of the Halo Ring is 12.5 inches.
Why use the Halo Safety Ring?
With the new entrapment guidelines and the decline of traditional bed rails, the Halo Safety Ring meets and exceeds the HBSW and FDA's final dimensional guidelines against bed entrapment. The Halo Safety Ring passes the new "Bed System Measurement Device" pass/fail test that has been approved for Bed System testing by the FDA and state surveying teams.
Grab it at any angle
While it looks like something to scare off Vampires and Demons, the Halo Safety Ring is actually a series of grab bars at just about any angle. Available as single side or 2-sided.
The Halo Safety Ring is designed to rotate ninety degrees (90°) to assist residents during transfers and as a bed mobility device. In order to rotate the Halo Safety Ring, pinch the detent pins and rotate the Halo Safety Ring ninety degree (90°). Detent pins must engage with the holes in Halo Safety Ring bracket prior to use. Always position the Halo Safety Ring parallel with the bed when in use and make sure detent pins are engaged.
- Halo Assembly with 2 Rings
- Promotes bed mobility which can help prevent skin breakdown
- Prevents Zone 1-4 entrapment
- Circular design with vertical mounting bar to prevent entrapment and allow for exit points for the neck, head and chest
- Easy removal for bed side transfers and bed therapy
- 2 Ring Mount Brackets
- steel construction
- 1000 lb weight capacity
- Easy to install turn-buckle mounting bracket for hospital beds.