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30. September 2021
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Weigh patients effortlessly and precisely

Integrated scales for our Sicuro tera and Evario beds

A quick, precise determination of the patient's weight is often very important in hospital. The weight can, for example, have a great influence on determining the best possible medication. But especially with immobile patients, weighing on a separate scale is a burden for all involved. The optional integrated scales for our Sicuro tera ICU bed and the Evario hospital bed provide noticeable relief here.

The scale is operated intuitively via a handset with a large display. The precision of the measurement is 200 grams and can be temporarily increased to 100 grams. Simple settings on the handset help to eliminate the weight of the mattress or alternating accessories. With the appropriate optional equipment, the scale also works as an Out-of-Bed system and reports via the house call system when the patient gets out of bed.

Discover our new instructional videos

Our instructional video on YouTube shows you how easy it is to operate the scales on the Evario or Sicuro tera. Dozens of such small videos have been created by our marketing department over the past months. They demonstrate in easy-to-follow steps how particularly important features of our hospital beds work – the safety side, the handset or the locking box, for example. In this way, new colleagues can quickly and pleasantly familiarise themselves with the beds without having to spend a lot of time leafing through the instruction manual.

Our product managers Magdalena Höwelköger and Lasse Radtke show you the many possibilities of the scale. We would be pleased if you comment, like or share our videos.

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