Delivery bed FREYA

delivery bed
delivery bed
delivery bed
delivery bed
delivery bed
delivery bed
delivery bed
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delivery, medical
height-adjustable, Trendelenburg, reverse Trendelenburg
on casters
Number of sections


Famed Freya is a universal product that performs the functions of both a hospital bed (Freya complies with PN-EN 60601-2-52) and a labour bed. This is made possible due to independent control systems (supervisor, wired remote control, external and internal control panels) and a wide range of accessories. Changing the position or configuration of the product is possible within a few seconds. Famed Freya also allows you to adjust the appearance of the bed to your requirements. MOTHER AND CHILD INTIMACY The use of both Freya labour bed and the OVO baby bed in one room allows to create the optimal conditions for the mother and the baby after childbirth. Not only can the mother change the position of her bed, but can also safely transfer the child to her side. SAFETY FIRST Famed Freya is a bed with a stable, columnar structure. It will allow a woman in labour to take any delivery position. The rails can be folded below the level of the bed, which makes getting off the bed easier. Plastic parts are made of materials with antimicrobial properties in pSilver™ technology, and mattresses are made of antibacterial fabrics, with glued seams. All accessories are mounted in a reliable and stable manner, providing good support during childbirth. MULTITUDE OF DELIVERY POSITIONS The Famed Freya delivery bed can be quickly adjusted to its form, and the transformation from a hospital bed can be completed in a matter of seconds. It is wide and comfortable, and during delivery it will allow a woman in labour test various positions comfortably, including a squatting position with a handle,


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