Bed Ladder

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A ladder-like assistive device placed at the end of a bed, which allows a person to pull him or herself to a seated position
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Stanley originally intended the line for panels and flat parts, but testing showed it could also be used for "semi flat" assembled pieces such as bunk bed ladders, intricate head and foot boards with heavy turned detailing, thereby freeing the first finishing line for more case goods.
A You can use transfer boards for chair to wheelchair moves, orbi-tuners for standing seat to seat transfers, rope bed ladders to help bed positioning and hoists for bathing - the possibilities are endless.
Bill, the crew and I went down to two cabins but there were no locks so we used bunk bed ladders to secure doors."