Baros Acute Expandable Bed User Instructions.pdf
Baros Acute Expandable Bed
CE in accordance with the essential requirements of the 93/42/CEE
directive relating to Class 1 Medical Devices.
In accordance with CEI EN 60601-2-38
UNI EN 1970:2006
2006 / 42 / CE
CND: z12030799 - RDM: 106200 / R - GMDN: 35563
Maximum User Weight 70st/450kg
Safe Working Load 78st/500kg
Tel: 01279 425648 Fax: 01279 425653
Component List To Assemble
To adjust expandable headboard pull blue ‘click clack’ and adjust as
PLEASE SEE ADDITIONAL
Head board sockets are designed ad hoc to aid fast and reliable
PAGE IF YOUR BED HAS NEW
SYTLE SIDE RAILS
These side-rails are designed to offer assistance incase of
accidental fall. They can be adjusted to 3 different heights by a
comfortable and reliable “click-clack” device as shown by arrows in
the picture: pull the ‘click clack’ out and adjust the side-rails to the
desired height. Release the ‘click clack’ and verify if the side-rail is
locked in place.
Insert bariatric lifting pole with IV hooks in its proper socket behind head
board, on main frame as red arrow shows in the picture.
Bariatric lifting pole with IV hooks is made of 2 high-strength steel tubes.
Old Style Carer Handset
New Style Carer Handset
Backrest 0° - 54°
Push button 1 with the equivalent explanatory graphic to RAISE the backrest as shown in picture
(handset). Push button 2 to LOWER the backrest.
Legrest 0° - 24°
Push button 3 with the equivalent explanatory graphic to RAISE the legrest as shown in the
picture (handset). Push button 44 to LOWER the legrest.
Old Style Carer Handset 9A - Hold one of the buttons in while pressing the black buttons to
function the bed.
Backrest & Legrest Simultaneously
Push button 5 with equivalent explanatory graphic to RAISE backrest and legrest simultaneously
as shown in the picture (on the previous page). Push button 6 to LOWER backrest and legrest
Height from 37 to 80cm
Push button 7 with the equivalent explanatory graphic to RAISE the bed as shown in the picture
(on the previous page). Push button 8 to LOWER the bed.
Trendelenburg max 18°
Push button 9 with equivalent explanatory graphic to get trendelenburg position (on previous
page) (carer handset).
Reverse Trendelenburg max 18°
Push button 10 with the equivalent explanatory graphic to get REVERSE trendelenburg position
as shown in picture (on previous page) (carer handset)
Section Widening from 90 to 105
and from 105 to 120cm. Sections can
be adjusted to 2 different sizes by a
comfortable and reliable “click-clack”
device as shown in the picture: just
pull the black knob with a hand and
with the other hand pull out the section
to the desired size, release the black
knob and verify if the section is locked.
Bed Extension from 200 to 220cm. Turn the
two black handwheel knobs (right and left
side) below the foot section and pull the foot
section out, then extract the mattress holder
from its socket and place it as shown in the
Central Braking System: Braked - Swivelling- Steering
ATTENTION: For your safety, during bed transfers, be sure that the sections are in flat
position and the height of the bed is at least 55cm from the ground, so as to drive the
bed from a safe and appropiate height while pushing or pulling the foot board.
Central Braking System At Footside: the pedal
can be adjusted by foot sideways on its shorter
part or right in front on its longer part.
Steering position: push the pedal up until the steering
castor is engaged. This adjustment allows driving the
bed on a straight line.
Swivelling Position: push the pedal in the neutral
position, castors are free to swivel, they are all
Braked Position: push the pedal down, castors are all
Picture shows swivelling position
Safety Rules (WARNING! Inform the patient about these safety rules)
1. For over 12 years old people.
2. Safe Working Load 78st/500kg Maximum Patient Weight 70st/450kg
3. Persons who are not acquainted with the user instructions must not use the bed.
4. The operator is responsible for the safety of other people in the working area.
5. Moving the bed is allowed only if the patient needs it.
6. Its use is not allowed for other purposes.
7. For your safety, during bed transfers, be sure that the sections are in flat position and the height
of the bed is at least 55cm from the ground, so as to drive the bed from a safe and appropriate
height while pushing or pulling the foot board.
8. Remove any objects or obstacles that might be present in the working area.
9. Remember to lock the castors after moving the bed.
10. When not in use hook the handset on the top of the siderails.
11. Make sure that all nuts, bolts and screws are kept well tightened down so as to work in
conditions of perfect safety.
12. For safety reasons, make sure to replace worn out or damaged parts in due time.
Raising & Lowering Of The Side Rail
Full Height - Grab the handle (M) and pull up the
side rail until it locks into place.
Middle Height- (from lowest position)
Grab handle (M) and pull up the siderail until it locks
Lowest HeightPull the bolt (P2) and grab handle (M) and push
Battery +10° to +40°
Control Box - 20° to +50°
Actuators -20° to +50°
Supervisor +10° to +40°
Handset +10° to +40°
Total Overall Dimensions
1. Fully Retracted
2. Fully Expanded/Extended
41.5’’(106cm) W x 89’’(227cm) L
53.5’’(136cm) W x 96’’(244cm) L
Mattress Platform Dimensions
1. Fully Retracted
36’’(90cm) W x 79’’(201cm) L
2. Intermediate Position
42’’(107cm) W x 79’’(201cm) L
3. Fully Expanded
48’’(120cm) W x 79’’(201cm) L
Bed Extension adds 7’’(20cm) to all L measurements
33’’(84cm) scale version
Highest Position to top of platform
Lowest Position to top of platform
15’’(38cm) 16’’(41cm) scale version
Electrical Shock Protection
Liquid Ingress Protection
0° - 24°
201kg auto regression version
215kg scale version
Maximum User Weight
Safe Working Load