The Invacare microAir Lateral Rotation Mattress offers the benefits Lateral Rotation, Alternating Pressure and On-Demand Low Air Loss. The MA90Z is a deep flotation therapy system that can directly replace specialty hospital beds.
combines two clinically effective therapies: Lateral Rotation and True Low Air Loss in a portable system. The mattress utilizes 18 independent 9″ deep air cells to provide proper pressure redistribution for the prevention and treatment of Stages I-IV pressure ulcers. Lateral Rotation Therapy reduces the risk of pulmonary complications for people who are immobile. A Full, Left or Right Turn mode is offered with either a 25º Small Turn or a 40º Big Turn. The mattress replacement is designed to fit all standard hospital beds and includes a high density foam base, head bolster and abduction wedge for additional patient safety. The Power-Turn™ Elite Lateral Rotation Mattress System supports patients weighing from 650 lbs. to 1000 lbs.
Sportaid offers the best deal on Invacare's microAIR Lateral Rotation Matress. The patented z-cell subtle turning motion is a great feature of the microAIR Lateral Rotation Matress, and additional therapies include alternating pressure and on-demand low air loss that maintains a temperate environment and helps wick away moisture. Invacare has even thought about preventing shearing and friction and brought in the urethane four way stretch cover that is quilted just for that. The microAIR Lateral Rotation Mattress does not bottom out as long as you keep the mattress hose connected to the compressor unit. Air pressure is constantly monitored and digitally controlled to maintain recommended therapy. The microAIR Lateral Rotation Mattress has an alternating pressure time of 10,20, 30 and 60 minutes and on-demand air loss. The lateral rotation is smooth and subtle with patented z-cell bladder that turns up to 40 degrees.
The microAir Lateral Rotation Mattress is capable of turning/rotating the patient up to 30 degrees. The pump system is programmable so you can set or change rotation intervals. This eliminates caregivers having to manually re-position the patient through the day or night.