Pressure Ulcer Mattress UBIO AIR
Pressure Ulcer Mattress UBIO AIR; An excelent technical aid product especially suitable for the prevention and treatment of patients at risk of pressure ulcers.
Decubitus Pressure Ulcer Mattress: ideal for the prevention and treatment of patients with low risk of bedsores.
AIR MATTRESS WITH COMPRESSOR
Equipment used for the prevention of pressure ulcers, consisting of an inflatable mattress and an adjustable air compressor.
The air cells of the mattress are alternately inflated by the compressor, thus providing a good distribution of the patient’s weight and pressure points..
Place the air mattress on top of the existing bed mattress.
Pressure Ulcer Mattress: Features / Benefits:
- Easy to use setting values
- Flame Spread and pad bubble medical grade
- Adjustable Hangers for most types of bed
The decubitus mattress is lightweight and compact alternating pressure pad, consists of 2.5 cells “-high bubble.
Used as an alternative to the heavier products like gel overlay mattresses.
The system in this decubitus mattress is ideal for short-term use and easy to install.
With a pump pressure and adjustable extension flaps on upper and lower sides of the pad to prevent bubble sliding pad.
DOMUS mattress 1 is designed to be a great transition mattress for home care.
What are pressure ulcers (UPP)?
Also called pressure sores, scabs or sores. A pressure ulcer is any skin lesion that occurs anywhere in the body suffers a prolonged pressure on a flat duro.
Esta pressure not necessarily has to be intense and is independent of the position in which the patient remains (can be sitting, lying)
The skin area affected by unrelieved pressure may deteriorate but also the tissue beneath it is -fat, muscle, bone-.
Pressure ulcers represent a major health care problem due to its prevalence and impact on health and quality of life of patients. In addition.
It is currently one of the most important chapters of the work of nurses and cause enormous costs to the health system.
The prevalence of pressure ulcers in hospitalized population shows a wide variability between 3.5% and 29%.
The overall incidence in hospitals in Spain is approaching 8%.