Bed Rails

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Drive Medical Telescoping Full Length Side Rail with Spring Loaded Crossbar - Brown Vein Finish | 822383179490

Drive Medical Telescoping Full Length Side Rail

$115.00
Drive Medical No Gap Half Length Side Bed Rails with Brown Vein Finish | 822383143026

Drive Medical No Gap Half Length Side Bed Rails with Brown Vein Finish

$128.00
Stander 30" Safety Bed Rail - 8050 | UPC 897564000856

Stander 30" Safety Bed Rail

$116.00
Stander EZ Adjustable Bed Rail -  STA-8000

Stander EZ Adjustable Bed Rail

$134.00
HealthCraft-The Smart Rail, SKU: HEA-SRS-S | 689281019842

HealthCraft Smart Rail

$134.00
MOBB EZ Grip Bedrail UPC 844604078092

MOBB EZ Grip Bedrail

$54.00
MOBB Bed Assist Rail - MHHBR | UPC 844604078146

MOBB Bed Assist Rail

$58.00
Mobb Mobbility Bed Rail | 844604098762

MOBB Mobbility Bed Rail

$46.00
Stander Mobility Bedrail 5850 | UPC 897564000382

Stander Mobility Bedrail

$164.00$138.00
Stander Stable Bed Rail 5800 | UPC 897564000405

Stander Stable Bed Rail

$106.00
Stander Bedrail Advantage Traveler -  STA-5000

Stander Bedrail Advantage Traveler

$79.00
Stander Replacement Pouch for Bed Rails -

Stander Replacement Pouch for Bed Rails

$13.00 – $25.00
Stander Bedside Econorail 5100 | UPC 897564000443

Stander Bedside Econorail

$70.00
Stander Prime Bed Handle, UPC-857249006535

Stander Prime Bed Handle

$169.00
Stander Bed Caddie - 2085 | UPC 897564000658

Stander Bed Caddie

$22.00
Stander Prime Safety Bed Rail -  STA-8940

Stander Prime Safety Bed Rail

$205.00
HealthCraft Assista-Rail -  HEA-AST-S

HealthCraft Assista-Rail

$127.00
Drive Medical M-Rail Home Bed Assist Handle -  DRI-1222P

Drive Medical M-Rail Home Bed Assist Handle

$100.00
BIOS Medical Bed Rail | 057475268381

BIOS Medical Bed Rail

$80.00
Parsons ADL WaveRail - Bed Side Assist Handrail | 65292082899 | 16H289

Parsons ADL WaveRail - Bed Side Assist Handrail

$65.00

Bed Rails

One of the most frequent sorts of mobility challenges is difficulty getting in and out of bed, and this isn't restricted to persons recovering from catastrophic injuries or illnesses. Many people experience bed mobility issues each year as a result of simple issues such as joint pain, diminished flexibility, and morning stiffness, which are all frequent side effects of ageing. The usage of bed handles, rails, or poles is an excellent solution to deal with this problem.

Help rails, side rails, assist bars, stand assists, and bed handles are all terms for bed safety rails, which come in a variety of designs to meet the needs of every user. Some are designed to be more permanent additions, while others are moveable. They're fastened to the bed in a variety of methods, but they all provide a stable handhold for repositioning while laying in bed and supporting people getting out of bed. They also guard against falls from bed, which become more common as people age or have certain medical issues.

Although bed rails as a category sometimes includes longer rails and those built-in or added to hospital beds, the sort we'll be talking about in this buying guide is the shorter, assistive rails that are most commonly used at home on normal beds. These daily living aids assist people of all ages, both young and old, in maintaining their safety, independence, and mobility while transferring in and out of bed.

Because there are so many various types and features to pick from when it comes to bed rails, we'll walk you through some of them to help you make the best decision for you or a loved one.

Which Safety Rail is the Most Appropriate for Me?

Regardless of other design elements, every bed rail, whether permanent or moveable, is intended to accomplish three goals:

  • Assist the user in adjusting himself or herself while laying in bed.
  • Reduce the chance of falling out of bed.
  • Assist in getting into and out of bed with robust, dependable assistance.
  • The use of high-quality designs will also prevent bed entrapment. Reputable manufacturers ensure that their bed rail layouts adhere to the FDA's criteria for decreasing the seven dangers of bed entrapment in order to maintain safety.