Introducing BEAR PODS
The first BEAR product intended to permanently attach to the frame of your cot!!! Works with all brands and sizes of cots. Does not include FRAGILE ZIPPERS which break easily and at the worst possible times.
NEW PRODUCT ALERT!!!
This month September 2015, we will be introducing a new product that we are sure you are going to love. PODS are basically a BEAR that can be permanently attached to your cot and will not interfere with the use of the cot on a daily basis. However when you need it, it's always there and ready to go.
The BEAR™ Air is a little smaller than our original BEAR due to weight restrictions on most aircraft. Made with the same high grade materials and dependability as the original BEAR™, our BEAR™ Air has our special Lower Extremity Restraint System which prevents sudden horizontal shift of the patient in flight and in the event of Autorotation. All BEAR™ Air units are custom built to your specific equipment and that makes the options endless.
BEAR™ Stair Chair
Like it's predecessors, it attaches to the frame of the stair chair and becomes part of the chair. Once your patient is seated in the chair, it wraps around the abdominal mass in two directions. The lower part of the device comes up from the bottom and pulls upward embracing the thighs and hips of the patient. The top portion of the device feeds through the specially designed slide pockets and once adjusted properly, provides support to the otherwise uncontrollable abdominal mass.
Keith T. Ishida, President/CEO
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BEAR-iatrics Inc has been honored with recognitions from our peers and others. Here are some of the awards received.
Here you will find a list of distributors that we work with all over the USA, Canada, UK and Australia to serve your needs. Also you will find other leaders in innovative products that work toward the same goal as ours...keeping the patient within the "Golden Hour" of Care.
As we exited the Critical Care Unit at the hospital, the huge abdominal mass of our bariatric patient started to shift to the left. The sudden lateral shift caused the cot to tip, the fast acting transport crew pushed the cot against the wall and prevented this call from going really bad. I was on that call and this is my story...