bedrail

bedrail

(ˈbɛdˌreɪl)
n
(Furniture) a rail or board along the side of a bed that connects the headboard with the footboard
Translations

bedrail

n barandilla, baranda
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These were concerns around fire safety, wound care, bedrail risk assessments, monitoring of legionella, servicing of the passenger lift, and the window restrictors.
Some day they will be on the other side of the bedrail, hoping for someone to care for them who knows what to do.
Bushwacker, based in Portland, Oregon, is a manufacturer and marketer of branded automotive aftermarket accessories including fender flares, bedrail and tailgate caps, bumper protection products, and trail armor components for Jeeps.
Indirect contact involves contact with an intermediate inanimate surface (fomite), such as a doorknob or bedrail that is contaminated.
A number of bedrails in use on patients' beds were observed to be unclean and/or the bedrail was chipped or scored.
or the enormous skin tear now developing on his leg as it sawed away on the bedrail.
The first case study was the death of 89-year-old Elizabeth Roberts after she became trapped between her bedrail and her bed at Headlands nursing home in Llangollen.
For the supine to sitting activity a bedrail score is also given to objectively identify the use of a bedrail or not as this can also greatly effect a patient's ability to complete the tested activity.
A locked bedrail was available to patients for weight bearing or balance support with one upper extremity.
His daughters drop off the grandchildren, Nu-Nu, Moonbeam, Tammynette, and Freddie, and his assignment is to weld his oldest daughter's bedrail.
As a result of publicly reported deaths due to bedrail entrapment, the FDA issued a safety alert on bed-rail asphyxiations to 94,000 health care facilities.