Patient Care Application Guidelines
Our combination lavatory/concealed water closet modules were designed based on extensive research with health care professionals. So they offer more functional features to enhance staff productivity and patient safety. These modules conceal a patient toilet inside a molded decorator cabinet and lavatory counter.
At bedside, they are a more hygienic and physiologically and psychologically superior replacement to bedpans or commodes, and offer a cost-effective alternative to separate bathrooms. And, as a convenient water source and testing area, they also give your staff an efficient patient care station.
There are several modules to choose from to meet the needs of a variety of hospital, clinic and nursing home applications. These include: critical and telemetry care, rehab, gastrointestinal, proctology, X-ray, oncology labs, privacy rooms, semi-dependent care environments and more.
|Pivoting vs. Stationary|
|Toilet Waste Outlet|
|Thermostatic Mixing Assembly||O||O||O||O||O|
|Manual Mixing Valve||O||O||O||O||O|
|Rigid Bedpan Washer||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|Flexible Volume Contro||O||O||O||O||O|
|Flexible Foot Control||SP||O||S||NA||NA|
|Flexible Hand/Volume Control||SP||SP||SP||SP||O|
|Wall Grab Bar||O||O||O||O||O|
|Fold-Down Grab Bar||O||O||O||O||O|
S=Standard NA=Not Available O=Option *=May not be available with other options
Steps for selecting patient care units:
- Determine physical attributes required, i.e. toilet load requirements, available space, swivel vs. stationary toilets, rough in requirements
- Determine standard selections, i.e. bedpan washer, storage, dialysis box
- Determine optional selections, i.e. Terreon solid surface vs. laminate, WRISTBLADE vs. infrared
- Contact your local Bradley rep to review your selection.