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Safety Bed Rails

Installing medical bed rails can be a safety, convenience or security measure. Side Rails are not only handicap bed rails, they are just as important to those likely to fall from bed as they are to those with difficulties getting out of bed. These adult bed rails come in several forms and configurations, and you'll be able to locate a bed assist rail here on this page that's designed to fit onto standard hospital beds or your bed at home.

When bed rails are used, perform an on-going assessment of the patientís physical and mental status; closely monitor high-risk patients.
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ArcoRail Bed Rail for standard bed ArcoRail Deluxe Swivel Bed Rail

Can be rotated 360 degrees and locked at every 90 degree turn. Supports  up to 300-lbs.

Your Price: $209.90
Bed Rails for home style beds Drive Home Style Bed Rails

Bed Rails for standard home bed. Support bar goes between mattress and box-spring. Rails lower and raise.

Your Price: $107.50
Home Bed Side Helper Bed Side Helper

Perfect for home-style, non-hospital beds with a metal (box-spring) style frame. Height adjustable legs.

Your Price: $132.00
Half Length Hospital Bed Rails Clamp-On Half Bed Rails

Reduced-Gap, Half-Length Bed Rails for home hospital beds.

Your Price: $94.00
Half Length Hospital Bed Rails Half-Length Bed Rails, Adjustable Length

Half-Length Bed Rails for home hospital beds are actually adjustable in length in 2" increments.

Your Price: $124.00
M-Rail Standard Bed Rail M-Rail Bed Assist Handle

M-Rail fits between mattress and box springs. Secures with dual straps around the box-spring of a standard home bed. Easily dismantled for travel.

Your Price: $83.00
Deluxe Bed Rails for Adjustable Beds Deluxe Bed Rails for Adjustable Beds

Deluxe Half-Length Rails work on any Adjustable Bed with a wood backing on mattress support base. Works on all Flex-a-Beds.

Your Price: $261.00
Halo Safety Ring Halo Safety Ring

Halo Ring is required Bed Rail for most Assisted Living Centers. Available for home style or hospital beds.

Your Price: $344.00
Halo Ring Parts Accessories for Halo Safety Ring

Ring covers for the Halo Safety Ring. Padded limb protectors, circle protectors.

Halo Safety Wing Halo Safety Wing

Halo Wing add an extra wing at the base of the circle. Ideal for Assisted Living Centers. Available for home style or hospital beds.

Your Price: $362.00
Hart Vision Group Bed Rail Safety Glo Bed Rail

The pad on top of the rail has a soft glow to help you locate the rail. The soft grip will recharge in room light, no batteries or power cords.<br/>

Your Price: $134.95
Healthcraft Smart Rail Smart Rail model HCPSRS

Smart Rail provides safe transfer to and from bed. Works on standard non-adjustable home style beds.

Your Price: $154.00
Invacare 6629 Hospital Bed Rail Invacare Reduced Gap Full-Length Bed Rail

Invacare 6629 Full-Length Bed Hospital Bed Rails. Reduced Gap Bed for safety.

Your Price: $173.00
Half-Length Rails for Bariatric Bed Bariatric Half-Length Bed Rail 6640

Heavy-Duty Half-Length Bed Rails for Invacare BAR600 Bariatric Hospital Bed. Use with BAR600IVC Bed only.

Your Price: $183.00
Flip-Back Rail Invacare Assist Bed Rails 6632

Bed Assist Rails work on Invacare LOW Hospital Beds only. Easy for patient to flip-back rails for exit.

Your Price: $283.00
Invacare Bed Rails G Series Half-Length Bed Rails

Designed for Invacare G-Series Beds model G5510. Install without tools. Clamp-on Half-Length Bed Rails.

Your Price: $298.00

Benefits of Bed Rails

  • Aiding in turning and repositioning within the bed
  • Providing a hand-hold for getting into or out of bed
  • Providing a feeling of comfort and security
  • Reducing the risk of patients falling out of bed when being transported
  • Providing easy access to bed controls and personal care items

Meeting Patients' Needs for Safety

  • Use beds that can be raised and lowered close to the floor to accommodate both patient and health care worker needs
  • Keep the bed in the lowest position with wheels locked
  • When the patient is at risk of falling out of bed, place mats next to the bed, as long as this does not create a greater risk of accident
  • Use transfer or mobility aids
  • Monitor patients frequently

Halo Safety Rail