FOFO Turning Mattress and Pump for Physiotherapy – promoting movement and Recovery
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Introducing FOFO Rotating Mattress with Pump to Support Physical Therapy, A revolutionary technology revolutionizing rehabilitation procedures.
It improves patient mobility, comfort and Recovery, creating an environment conducive to efficient therapy sessions.
- Rotation turning anti-decubitus air mattress turning the mattress.
- The product is also called an alternating pressure air mattress for bed sores prevention pad.
- Turning medical mattress for bedridden medical air mattress
- It can provide excellent pressure reduction through continuous movement.
- It is an alternating system that employs durable shaped air tubes and a control unit, designed to achieve good massage effect and blood circulation in the body tissue and to help alleviate the bed pressure sores for patients on long-term medical treatment or immobility.
- Heavy-duty bubble-style pads are uniformly heat-sealed for longer-term durability.
- HF808 turning mattress has to alternate inflating A.B zone for anti-decubitus and left/ right turning, head/ feet raise functions with Static/alternating/transport mode include
Advantages of FOFO Reversible Mattress
Dynamic Rotation System FOFO Rotating Mattress
- The FOFO Turning Mattress features an advanced rotation system that gently rotates the patient regularly to reduce the risk of pressure ulcers and ensure optimal blood circulation.
- The mattress supports rehabilitation and promotes the overall recovery process by encouraging movement and reducing inactivity over time.
Enhanced Patient Comfort Enhanced Patient Comfort
- The FOFO Turning Mattress prioritizes patient comfort.
- Its high-quality materials provide optimal cushioning and support, allowing patients to enjoy a comfortable physical therapy experience.
- In addition, the ventilated cover helps control airflow to improve air circulation and increase comfort.
Mattress with Easy Turning Systems
- This mattress features an easy-turning system that is user-friendly for caregivers and healthcare professionals.
- With the built-in pump, caregivers can control the time between turning maneuvers without discomfort to the patient as they gently reposition.
- This simple process allows caregivers to focus on the physiotherapy needs of the individual patient, with individualized repositioning methods tailored specifically to the patient.
Reliable and durable design
- The FOFO Turning Mattress with durability in mind. Its robust construction, designed for frequent use, ensures long-term performance and cost efficiency for hospitals that use it frequently. It helps improve cost savings and promote sustainable development.
HOW TO USE :
- Set the air compressor on an even surface.
- Unfold the mattress and place it on a foam mattress so that the connection is towards the foot.
- Connect one of the tubes with the pump and another end to the mattress. Connect it securely and ensure the oil and lubes are not getting caught in the air mattress.
- Switch on the pump by connecting the pump to a 220V AC source. A green light will become visible as the mattress is set to begin inflating.
- Maintain the knob for pressure adjustment at its leading position at the beginning. It can take about 10 minutes for your mattress to inflate fully.
- The pump must always be on when you use it; otherwise, the mattress could deflate.
- Adjust the pressure with the knob to adjust the pressure in such a direction that there are two fingers between the deflated air bubbles and the person using it.
- Why is a lateral turning mattress important?
Ans – Turning patients at a 30° lateral position (lowest max pressure in lateral position) every 4 hours on an alternating pressure mattress significantly reduces pressure ulcer incidences by 85% and labor intensity for caregivers and improves patient comfort and overall effort- and cost-efficiency.
2. Will a pressure mattress or alpha bed help in preventing ulcers?
Ans – Various types of beds, overlays and mattresses can be used for treating pressure ulcers, including alternating pressure (active) air surfaces, reactive air surfaces, high‐specification reactive foam surfaces, and alternative reactive support surfaces that are made of neither foam materials or air cells.