Published at Sunday, September 09th, 2018 - 05:17:54 AM. Bedding. By Erica Gross.
A platform bed is generally obtainable in either wood or metal and is offered in just about any size. They are characteristically sleek in design and have a low profile, which can help make your bedroom seem even more spacious. They don‘t have any box springs unlike the traditional bed and are therefore a little firmer than the traditional bed is. Some platform beds also have storage underneath which can help cut down on additional furniture in your bedroom. One of the major benefits of an adjustable bed is that it supports your natural body shape, which helps make sleeping easier and more relaxing. Being able to adjust your bed to a position you find naturally comfortable can help relieve various aches and pains that you may often endure with a traditional bed. It‘s also helpful in supporting your back if you want to read or watch TV in bed.
As attorneys, many of us have consulted with clients and their families as a result of a fall from a hospital or nursing home bed. These falls result in fractured arms, legs, and hips, and often even more serious injuries such as skull fractures. The patient’s (or family’s) immediate reaction to these unfortunate injuries is to blame the hospital, nursing home, nursing staff, or attending physicians for the failure to have bed side rails raised and in place to prevent such falls. This typical reaction is based upon the assumption that bed rails, when properly used, will prevent the patient/resident from falling out of the bed and suffering injury. However, bed rails are not benign safety devices and this article will address the dangers created by their use.
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