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Bruce L Johnston: Adjustable bed. Burke, Fishburn Gold and Litman, October 14, 1980: US04227269 (133 worldwide citation)

An adjustable bed is particularly adapted for the care of patients at home, and comprises a stationary frame, and a mattress support having a head section, a center section, and a foot section, which are hingedly interconnected. A lift arm has opposing ends thereof pivotally connected with the frame ...


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Frank R King, Donald J Engler: Control arrangement and method for an adjustable bed. Simmons Universal Corporation, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, March 13, 1984: US04435862 (124 worldwide citation)

A control arrangement and method for a motor driven adjustable bed which has mattress supporting portions, a frame for supporting the mattress supporting portions, and a position controlling mechanism operatively interconnecting the mattress supporting portions and the frame and including a pluralit ...


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Adams James S, Stevens William M: Electronic controls for a hospital bed. Hill Rom Company, Haight Hofeldt Davis & Jambor, October 21, 1975: US3913153 (107 worldwide citation)

Improved electronic controls for an adjustable hospital bed incorporating various logic devices. These devices result in the concurrent operation of several motors in response to the activation of a single switch to produce a desired bed configuration. The motors may operate simultaneously or sequen ...


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Bruce L Johnston, Bill D Raines: Adjustable bed for morbidly obese patients. Burke, Litman Day & McMahon, October 18, 1983: US04409695 (99 worldwide citation)

An adjustable bed is particularly adapted for the care of morbidly obese patients and comprises a ground engaging frame with a mattress support including a head section, a center section and a foot section which are hingedly interconnected and have power devices which selectively drive lift arms to ...


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Santino Antinori: Adjustable bed and adjustable frame therefor. Diller Ramik & Wight, August 21, 2001: US06276011 (89 worldwide citation)

An adjustable bed which includes a first frame and a second slide frame upon and relative to the first frame. The first frame includes side guides along which roll rollers carried by slide rails of the slide frame. The slide frame includes a backrest frame, a seat frame and a thigh/leg frame. The ba ...


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Henry C Zur: Adjustable bed-chair. December 5, 1978: US04127906 (89 worldwide citation)

An adjustable bed-chair comprising a lower supporting frame, a first horizontal panel adjustable relative to the frame, a second panel pivoted at one end to said first panel and having a central recess opening thereinto from the bottom side. A body supporting assembly comprising a back and head supp ...


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Massi Joe E Kiani: Patient safety system with automatically adjusting bed. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, May 13, 2014: US08723677 (75 worldwide citation)

A patient safety system including an adjustable bed and a patient monitoring system is disclosed herein. The adjustable bed can automatically adjust to a safe default configuration when the safety system detects that a care provider has left the patient's room or when the safety system detects that ...


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Franklin E Elliott: Adjustable articulated bed. Maxwell Products, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, February 16, 1999: US05870784 (73 worldwide citation)

An adjustable bed having a bed frame, an assembly supported by the frame and including base and back portions, and a mattress foundation supported on the base and back portions. A motor when operated moves the back portion from a generally flat orientation to a raised orientation generally about a p ...


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Lee A Moulton: Electro pneumatic bed. Leonard Bloom, July 9, 1985: US04527298 (69 worldwide citation)

A pneumatically adjustable bed in which a series of air bladders are strategically placed to adjust the posture of the mattress on a bed so that the occupant of the bed can adjust his posture without having to move. A centrally disposed pneumatic manifold with a motor and a blower is employed to inf ...


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David H Miller: Wall-mounted over-bed lighting fixture. Hospital Systems, Julian Caplan, March 28, 1989: US04816969 (69 worldwide citation)

The housing for the fixture is mounted on a wall over the patient's bed. The housing accommodates a first non-rotatable fixture which directs light from fluorescent tubes downward through a conventional flat prismatic lens. There is also a longitudinally extending lens mounted within the outline of ...



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