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SKU Inv-8000193487

Stryker Medical Secure II 3002 Hospital Bed

Original price $247.00 - Original price $247.00
Original price
$247.00
$247.00 - $247.00
Current price $247.00
OEM: Stryker Medical
Material: Secure II 3002
Common name: Hospital Bed
Weight: 459
Location: College Park, GA 30349
Serial Number: 060316514
SKU#: Inv-8000193487

Functional Condition: Used working
Cosmetic Condition: Used - Good
Optional Notes: Control panel at foot of bed needs remounted. Plastic broke.

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For over a decade, the Stryker Secure II MedSurg Bed has been built with safety and customization in mind to best-fit patient and caregiver needs. It is a dependable model that has only improved with age.

The 2nd generation model improves upon the design and functionality features of the first generation. Easier to reach foot pedals for caregivers, more ergonomic patient handles for a safer patient exit, and quieter motors�make the second generation Secure II Hospital Beds an even better choice for�any home or facility.

The retractable bed design keeps patients close to their belongings, and foot end nursing controls allow caregivers to easily operate the bed. Lock outpatient controls and a central brake ensures that the Secure II Hospital Bed is safe and in the best position for patients at all times. Stryker's Secure II MedSurg bed is capable of being positioned for both emergency circumstances and patient comfort. CPR positioning is achieved with a CPR Drop button and removable headboard. For versatility in positioning, this bed can be lowered and the back may be angled to seat the patient upright. Patients have control of bed positioning with intuitive side rail controls unless caregiver lockout overrides their ability to change bed positioning.