A low cost patient bed that can conveniently change into a chair and change its width to make patients feel comfortable and achieve fast recovery.
Patient beds play a very important role in helping a patient to recover because most of the time the patient will spend their time therein. The comfort the patient bed brings to a patient and the easy access it provides to medical assistants will accelerate the process of recovery for a patient.
Given the above facts, the design and manufacturing of low-cost patient beds adaptable to different scenario are crucial, especially in crowded hospital and narrow alleys. Today, there are different commercialized patient beds such as Rainbow Care, Alphamed Pte, Stryker, etc. These are various types of patient beds that are operated either manually or with motors.
These above mentioned patient beds are usually expensive and cannot adapt to narrow areas. Moreover, with conventional patient beds when transforming into a chair, it is necessary to disassembling some sections of the bed. Reversely, when returning the chair back into patient bed, patient needs to assemble back those disassembled sections.
Furthermore, conventional beds more often are too large causing patients discomforts. Consequently, large patient beds cannot move along crowded hospital corridors.
Therefore what is needed is a low cost patient bed that can conveniently change into a chair and change its width to make patients feel comfortable and achieve fast recovery.
Summary of the invention
An objective of the present invention is to provide a portable device that can efficiently remove and conveniently and clean a nasal passage. Thus, a convertible patient bed is disclosed that includes: a middle section, a top section, and a bottom section, each section further includes a first lateral subsection and a second lateral subsection; a push-pull motor coupled to push the top section and to pull the bottom section to transform the patient bed into a chair, a sliding motor coupled to slide the said first lateral subsection and said second lateral subsection in and out of each of the middle section, top section, and bottom section respectively at a predetermined angle to change the width of the patient bed; and a motor coupled to an opening and a cover in the middle of the middle section to accommodate to the needs of a patient.
These and other advantages of the present invention will no doubt become obvious to those of ordinary skill in the art after having read the following detailed description of the preferred embodiments, which are illustrated in the various drawing.