A height adjustable baby trolley that can be positioned over a bed. It has four castors, each featuring a brake. The height is adjusted using a foot pedal and the basket can be tilted to adjust view of the baby.
Caution: Bed Rails / Bed Sticks
Bed rails are used to try and protect the bed occupant from injury. Careful consideration needs to be taken when choosing a bed rail or stick. They may increase the risk of injury to the occupant in several ways. Entrapment of limbs or body parts may occur within the rails, or between the rails and the bed. This may occur to those having a seizure, or rolling over in bed, or if unstable while transferring out of bed.
Bed rails can cause some occupants to become anxious while in bed. They may try to climb over the rails, particularly if the occupant has a condition such as dementia.
Please contact supplier for details
- Stiegelmeyer Idaro - https://www.stiegelmeyer.com/en/hospital/hospital-beds/idaro/
- Evocare Stiegelmeyer Idaro Infant Bassinet - https://www.evocare.com.au/stiegelmeyer-bassinet.php
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Idaro Baby Cot: one model available
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 15 kg
- Clearance Under Bed 695 mm - 925 mm
- Height of Bed Frame 1004 mm - 1233 mm
- Length Overall 948 mm
- Width Overall 590 mm
Contact listed suppliers to confirm features, options and models available.
- foot operated central locking brake
- a single (mono) castor
- dual castors
- individually lockable
- hi-lo height adjustment
- trendelenberg tilt
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