For individuals permanently confined to their bed sponge bathing is usually the only bathing solution. A shower not only maintains general hygiene and reduces skin infection, but it also provides full-body relaxation.
How it works:
Gently roll the patient to one side of the bed
Place the self-supporting/collapsible shower tray on the bed
Gently roll the patient inside the shower tray.
Tray will collapse to less than 1-inch thick and bounces back automatically
Put a pillow underneath the shower tray to raise patient's head position
Connect the handheld shower to an indoor faucet with a single snap action.
Control water temperature and flow at the faucet.
Shower head has ON/OFF control button
Bathe the patient
Keep water pump running during shower.
Fix suction hose at bottom of shower tray.
Dispose waste water into sink or toilet via discharge hose.
Dry the patient and the shower tray.
Gently roll the patient out of the tray
Remove the tray and fold it away
Snap off the handheld shower from the faucet.
|Design For People To Take Shower In Bed|
|Tray Weight||6.5 lbs.|
|Tray Size||3 ft. wide by x 7 ft. long|