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        Tips and Guidelines for Buying a Patient Scale

        Underbed scales with transducers that are placed under the hospital bed wheels, and are connected to a control and display console. Bedside scales utilize a mechanism for lifting the patient, much like a sling, and include a weighing unit with display.

        Tips for Buying a Patient Scale

        1. Patient scales are designed to measure and display the body weight of patients who cannot stand on a scale or sit in a chair scale.

        2. Some patient scales are designed to weigh prone or supine patients mainly for routine weight checks, while others continuously monitor a patient's weight during procedures in which small changes in body weight are critical, such as hemodialysis, or during fluid maintenance to prevent dehydration or fluid overload.

        3. These hammock scales eliminate the risk of pain or injury that could be incurred by moving these patients.

        4. Drug dosage must be based on body weight, so these hammock scales are used for close monitoring of weight in patients who are comatose, paralyzed, debilitated, or severely burned.

        Tips and Guidelines for Buying a Patient Scale

        Underbed scales with transducers that are placed under the hospital bed wheels, and are connected to a control and display console. Bedside scales utilize a mechanism for lifting the patient, much like a sling, and include a weighing unit with display.

        Tips for Buying a Patient Scale

        1. Patient scales are designed to measure and display the body weight of patients who cannot stand on a scale or sit in a chair scale.

        2. Some patient scales are designed to weigh prone or supine patients mainly for routine weight checks, while others continuously monitor a patient's weight during procedures in which small changes in body weight are critical, such as hemodialysis, or during fluid maintenance to prevent dehydration or fluid overload.

        3. These hammock scales eliminate the risk of pain or injury that could be incurred by moving these patients.

        4. Drug dosage must be based on body weight, so these hammock scales are used for close monitoring of weight in patients who are comatose, paralyzed, debilitated, or severely burned.

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