New & Used Bed, Pediatric

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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: HE
Model: HF/04
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Location: Nigeria, Lagos
192
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2014

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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Invacare
Model: BARPKGIVC-1633
Location: Canada, Ontario
1,907
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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: SleepSafe Beds
Model: Pediatric Bed
Location: United States, Texas
1,500
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2011

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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Invacare
Model: Mobilite 5882
Location: United States, Missouri
200
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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Unknown
Model: Electric Bed
Location: United States, Illinois
1,000
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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Hard
Model: Monroe Bed
Location: United States, Delaware
1,400
2009

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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Invacare
Model: VCPKGIVC
Location: United States, Virginia
500
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2010

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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: SleepSafe Beds
Model: Pediatric Bed
Location: United States, New York
1,000
2004

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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Linet
Model: MIMI
Location: Switzerland, Aargau
Negotiable
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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: ARI
Model: CB04
Location: China, Anhui
294
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2016

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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Unknown
Model: Magnetic Massage Table
Location: United States, Michigan
6,000
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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Unknown
Model: Crib
Location: United States, California
200
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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Fanem
Model: Bercinho Panda
Location: United States, Florida
Negotiable
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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Nk Medical
Model: White Crib 10370
Location: United States, Oklahoma
Negotiable
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Device: Bed, Pediatric
Manufacturer: Pedigo
Model: 13901
Location: United States, Vermont
Negotiable
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Bed, Pediatric may also be referred to as :

Infant Cradle | Pediatric Bed | Patient Bed | Infanette | Bed, Neonatal | Bed, Infant | Bed, Children
 

Tips for buying Bed, Pediatric

When purchasing pediatric beds, safety is the most important consideration. Facilities should consider the following:

  • No sharp edges.
  • The pediatric bed should be made of non-toxic and non-peeling finishes.
  • No openings through which a child could fall or become entrapped, including: openings between the mattress and side rails or openings created when the mattress is adjusted into other positions.
  • To prevent a child from slipping through the rails, the side rail slats on the pediatric bed should be no more than 2 2/8 inches apart.
  • To eliminate the possibility of a child becoming trapped under the mattress or between the mattress and the crib, the mattress should fit snugly inside the neonatal bed.
  • Safety tops should be available on infant cradles, although they are not necessary for non-crawling infants.
  • Electrically powered pediatric beds should come with lockout controls. The crib must meet the requirements of applicable electrical safety standards.
  1. The pediatric bed should offer a comfortable sleep surface that is adjustable to positions appropriate for children.
  2. Manufacturers offer the neonatal beds in a variety of sizes and features. Facilities should carefully consider which features would meet the clinical needs of the area in which the bed is to be used.
  3. Weight capacity varies among suppliers and their product lines. Therefore, facilities should consider patient size when purchasing a pediatric bed or crib.
  4. Facilities are encouraged to purchase standard pediatric beds that come with all the needed features, and not to request customized features. They should ask for a demonstration neonatal bed to evaluate it within the department where it will be used.
  5. Facilities can sometimes modify their existing pediatric beds to make them safer, and to eliminate the need to purchase new ones. But if the spacing between slats is significantly more than 6 cm, beds should be replaced.
  6. Facilities are strongly encouraged to negotiate for a significant discount. There are infant cradle suppliers who may offer discounts from 5% to over 20%, depending on the facility's negotiating skills, the models and quantities to be purchased, and the extent of concessions granted by the supplier.
Read more valuable tips on the Medical Equipment Buying Guide by MedWOW >>