InventHelp Inventor Develops Improved Hospital Bed for Turning Patients (RSJ-184)
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PITTSBURGH, May 16, 2024 ~ Fontana, Calif. - An inventor from Fontana, California has created a revolutionary hospital bed that aims to make the task of turning patients easier and safer for healthcare workers and caregivers. The BED REMOTE CARE GIVER, as it is called, eliminates the need for multiple individuals to assist in turning a patient during bathing, cleaning, dressing or other tasks.

The idea for this invention came to the inventor when he realized the strain and risk of injury that comes with manually turning patients. "I thought there should be a hospital bed that could assist in turning a patient when they need to be bathed, cleaned, dressed or turned," he explained.

The BED REMOTE CARE GIVER is designed to allow one healthcare worker to effortlessly turn a patient without any assistance. This not only increases safety for both the patient and medical professional or caregiver but also reduces the need for additional staff members.

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The design of this invention is not only effective but also easy to use, making it suitable for hospitals, nursing homes, hospice facilities and even bed-ridden individuals. It can be produced in various sizes to accommodate different needs.

The original design was submitted to InventHelp's Riverside sales office and is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. For more information on this innovative invention, interested parties can contact InventHelp at their address: Dept. 22-RSJ-184, 100 Beecham Drive Suite 110 Pittsburgh PA 15205-9801 or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368. More details about InventHelp's Invention Submission Services can also be found on their website at
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