Med-Aire Plus 10" Bariatric Alternating Pressure and Low Air Loss Mattress Replacement System

Product Summary

  • Active combination bariatric therapy system provides both alternating pressure and low air loss to optimize pressure redistribution, shear/friction reduction, and microclimate control
  • Designed to prevent, treat and heal all stages of pressure ulcers in the home or long term care setting
  • Digital control unit offers 4 cycle times and adjustable comfort weight settings for optimal immersion and patient satisfaction
  • 3 diagnostic audio and visual alarms alert for issues with air pressure, the system, or power
  • System includes 20 individual air cells to maximize immersion and envelopment with pillow feature for head stability & comfort
  • Advanced Clinical and Care Giver Features: Auto-Firm, Seat Inflate, auto-recovery, microprocessing feedback, lock-out and more!
  • Cell-on-cell designed air cells prevent “bottoming out” and provide up to 24 hours of power outage protection
  • 10" deep air cells are easily removed with quick disconnects for convenient servicing
  • Removable quilted Nylon cover is fluid resistant, low shear and vapor permeable helping protect the skin from friction and moisture
  • CPR valve allows for rapid deflation
  • Tubing quickly and easily disconnects with EZ Lock/Quick Release design

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Control Unit Airflow 12 LPM
Control Unit Cycle Time 10, 15, 20, 25 Minutes
Control Unit Type Compressor
Control Unit Alarms Visual / Audible
Mattress Dimensions 42", 48", 54", 60" (W) X 80" (L) X 10" (H)
Mattress Cover Material Fluid-Resistant, 4-way Stretch
Weight Capacity 600 lbs. - 1000 lbs.
Warranty 18 Month Limited

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