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Dynamic Air Mattress for pressure ulcers
Dynamic Air Mattress for pressure ulcers £1799
This is a two cell, alternating dynamic pressure therapy bariatric replacement mattress specially designed to enhance the healing of pressure ulcers.
The two cell alternating dynamic pressure mattress has an easy to use digital control system incorporating alternating and static modes with variable pressure settings. It has automatic return from static to alternating mode after sixty minutes without user intervention. It also features an automatic 'Nurse mode' which lifts pressure quickly to highest setting for 20 minutes before returning it to original pressure setting. It also features both visible and audible alarms for low or high pressure or alternating failure and power down.
For reliability the mattress has a unique 'cell in cell' and twenty one individual cell structure, which provides the highest levels of reliability and effectiveness for ulcer healing, complete with an easy to use CPR unit.
The air mattress is designed for use with any bariatric bed frame.
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Article 2017

Pressure sores are undoubtedly a common problem by people devoting a great amount of days in bed. Lowered shifting, intensified time spent in just one position, and transformed nutrition leads to these particular patients being primary victims when it comes to body skin complications together with sores flourishing.

Bed sores and boils are distressing. As a health care provider, one of the most valuable tasks you can do is to manage to keep the individual comfy and to prevent ulcerations from breaking out in the very first place.

Turning a person who is bed bound is without a doubt the biggest thing you can easily do to minimize high pressure ulcers from occurring. Routine turning alternates locations of weight on the bony areas of the physique, such as the lower spine, waist, elbow joints, and back heel.

One needs to plan on turning the man or woman every 2 or 3 hrs, varying between the right and left sides and laying them horizontal on their back. Each 3 hours is generally perfect but in case you and the person are sleeping conveniently, leave well enough alone. In case they do wake you up in the middle of the night for any reason, do utilize that occasion to turn them.

Anytime you're arranging them in the bed, pillows are extremely useful.

Use one of these under the spine to maintain them to one side and then situating a cushion between their knees. Use a separate pillow beneath the ankles to leave the heels hovering unimpeded off the bed. The same applies to someone having to spend in a recliner armchair, repositioning them on a regular basis is essential. In this case, compatible back wedges and also sitting cushions could aid.

Obviously employing the appropriate type of mattress intended for the bed is really necessary in addition to having a non abrasive and breathable bed mattress topper that's quite easily removed.
Bariatric type mattresses are ordinarily produced from superior consistency foam which gives the needed features for a patient spending a good deal of time in bed.
Having other bed devices might also assist a lot in assisting and enticing the person to move more often. Products like bedside over tables, bed clutch rails, supplemental foam back or physical body supports, or perhaps overhead hoist lifts and also an adjustable electric bariatric bed frame.
All these are possibly just a couple of solutions on enabling those who spend substantive time slumbering in one particular position and prevent the chance of bed sores or ulcers while maximizing their coziness.

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