NOA Medical Elite Riser Hospital Bed
NOA Medical Elite Riser Hospital Bed

NOA Medical Elite Riser Hospital Bed

Brand/Manufacturer: NOA MEDICAL
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NOA Medical Elite Riser Hospital Bed swiftly moves from 7.5" to 28" powered by whisper quiet motors. It is lighter than most high/low beds and can be easily moved at any height and in any position. The Elite Riser Bed moves quickly straight up and straight down so there is no horizontal translation, thus eliminating wall scratches or gouges. The new safety lock option on the Elite Riser bed makes it safest bed.

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  • Size
  • Head and Foot Boards Options
  • Head and Foot Boards Color Options
  • Soft-Touch Head Side Rails
  • Soft-Touch Head Side Rails
  • Trapeze Options
  • Assist Bar
  • Foot Board Control Kit
  • Mattress Options
  • Optional Accessories
  • Total: $3275.75
    Total: $1844.1
Total: $3275.75
Total: $1844.1

Elite Riser Features

  • High- Low function from 7.5" to 28"
  • Bed goes straight up and straight down
  • Swivel braking casters at all four corners Bed rolls and locks at any height
  • 600 pound safe working load
  • Rectangular rib steel deck sleep surface provides a smooth safe surface, long linen life, excellent mattress aeration, and ease of cleaning
  • Entrapment compliant with properly sized mattress
  • Easy to maintain

  • Self Leveling
    - A built-in sensor in the control box communicates with the actuators to keep the bed level at all times

  • Very Mobile
    - The Elite Riser can be easily moved at any height and in any position

  • Safety Lock Option
    - Makes it one of the safest beds on the market

  • Faster and Quieter
    - The Elite Riser swiftly moves from 7.5" to 28"

  • Lightweight
    - The Elite Riser is lighter than most high/low beds.

More Information

  • Warnings:
    Do not operate this equipment without first reading and understanding this manual. If you are unable to understand the warnings, cautions or instructions, contact a health care professional or a qualified technician before using this equipment. Otherwise injury or damage may result.
    - The correct bed height when unattended is based on the residents knee to floor height, mobility, and cognitive level. For residents with good mobility and cognition, the top of mattress should be at a height so that the residents feet are flat on the floor and the angle between the thighs and calves is 90 degrees. Bed height and the residents abilities must be evaluated by a medical professional
    - If the residents physical or mental state may lead to entrapment, the sleep deck should be left in the flat position when unattended
    - Do not use near explosive gases
    - Possible fire hazard when used with oxygen administering equipment other than nasal or masked type
    - When using nasal or masked type administering equipment, oxygen or air tubing MUST be routed and secured properly to ensure tubing does not become entangled, kinked, or severed during normal operation of the bed
    - Close supervision by a caregiver is necessary when this product is used near CHILDREN OR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
    - When operating or moving the bed always ensure that the individual utilizing the bed is positioned properly within the confines of the bed. DO NOT let any extremities protrude over the side or between the rails when performing these functions
    - After installation and before use, make sure all attaching hardware is securely tightened
    - Pendant cord must be routed and secured properly to ensure cord does not become entangled and damaged during normal operation of the bed
    - Keep all moving parts free from obstruction i.e. blankets/sheets, heating blankets/pads, tubing, wiring, etc. which may get tangled around the bed, side rails, or legs during operation of the bed
    - Beds are equipped with locking casters. Casters should be locked at all times except when moving the bed or when operating sub acute care features
    - Do not roll the bed over abrupt thresholds with a resident in the bed
    - The mattress should be a healthcare type mattress to allow for proper bed articulation. The mattress must be properly sized to meet entrapment zone dimensional guidelines published by the FDA
    - The side rails are NOT intended and may NOT be used as a restraint. If necessary, a physician or healthcare professional should be consulted for other means of safe restraint
    - When using side rails, if excessive side pressure is exerted on them they can be deformed or broken. Do not use side rails as handles to move the bed
    - Never permit more than one person in/on the bed at any time
    - Body weight should be evenly distributed over the surface of the bed. The bed weight capacity is 500 pounds. This is the total weight of the resident/patient, mattress, bedding, head and foot boards, side rails and any other accessories
    - Do not lie, sit, or lean in such a way that your entire body weight is placed only on RAISED head or foot sections of the bed. This includes while assisting the user in repositioning or transferring in or out of bed
    - The bed is provided with an additional safety feature of a protective earth ground. The electrical cord should only be plugged into a GROUNDED 110/120V outlet. DO NOT ALTER THE PROVIDED PLUG. If the plug does not fit the existing outlet, a licensed electrician should install a correct outlet. Never operate the bed if it has a damaged cord or plug
    - Unplug the power cord when performing any maintenance on the bed
    - Do not open any actuator, pendant, or control box. If these units are opened the warranty is voided
  • Steps to Prevent Bed Fires:
    - Inspect the beds power cord for damage
    - Connect the power cord directly into a wall-mounted outlet that is in good working order, with no cracks or chips. The plug should fit tightly into the outlet. The ground pin should be intact and secure
    - Do not connect the beds power cord to an extension cord or to a multiple-outlet strip
    - Do not cover any power cord with a rug. Heat may build up or the cord may be damaged
    - Inspect the floor beneath the bed for buildup of dust and lint. Ask housekeeping to clean if necessary
    - Inspect the patients bed controls, looking for signs of damage where liquids could leak in
    - Test the bed and its controls, including patient lockout features, to ensure that the bed can move freely in both directions without damaging any cords
    - Check monitors and other patient equipment for signs of overheating or physical damage
    - Keep linens and clothes away from power sources
    - Tell maintenance staff about any unusual sounds, burning odors, or unusual movement of a bed
    - If you suspect overheating, follow your facilities policy for fire safety and get the patient/resident to a safe area if necessary


Particulars76" Length80" Length84" Length
Bed Width35" 35" 35" 
Bed Width with Side Rails40.0"40.0"40.0"
Bed Width with Assist Bar  36.5"36.5"36.5"
Overall Bed Length with Head and Foot Boards80.5"84.5"88.5"
Deck Height Range7.5" to 28"7.5" to 28"7.5" to 28"
Safe Working Load600lb600lb600lb



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