The Masonair Turn-Style system incorporates the functions of lateral rotation and low air loss in one unit.
The user friendly high flow control unit offers 10 comfort levels, adjustable turning cycles and maximum turn angle adjustment of up to 40 degrees.
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FEATURES for 10 " Lateral Rotation Mattress With On Demand Low Air Loss
The continuous feedback
sensor technology of the control unit will equalize pressure and maximize
The mattress is constructed
of (20) 8” high split-air cells over a 2" foam base with (2) 10" high side
The lateral rotation mode
will assist in pulmonary blood flow and mucosal drainage, while the “on
demand” low air loss function will provide a cool and dry surface for
prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers.
The (2) side bolsters
provide the patient with optimal comfort while creating a safe environment
10, 20, 30 & 60 minute
adjustable turning cycles.
1/4, 1/2, 3/4 & full position
adjustable turning positions up to 40°.
Lockout feature to protect
Auto-Firm feature for max
inflation when transferring patient and has auto-recovery after 30 minutes.
Audible and visual low
CPR deflation in 20 seconds.
SPECIFICATIONS for 10 " Lateral Rotation Mattress With On Demand Low Air Loss
110VAC | 60 Hz
Pump Cycle Time
Visual / Audible
80" x 36" x 10"
Mattress Cover Material
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Questions & Comments (4)
Will Medicare Part B pay for the rental of this mattress in the home
Sorry, the item is only available for sale. It is not covered by medicare for rental either.
I have ms and confined to wheelchair. my weak ms side of my body really hurts to lay on at night would this mattress help. could you recommend a mattres that would help this and prevent bedsores. yhank-you cap
Usually, patient with MS and confined to wheelchair or bed tends to develope pressure sores due to a number of reasons. The weak MS side of the body may hurt because the pressure applied to the spot can not be relieved for a long period of time.
This product P4000 is an excellent mattress that provides Rotational, LAL, and Alternating Pressure Therapies. It is extremely therapeutic (prevention and healing pressure ulcers of all stages) and maximizes patient comfort with automatic body position change, as the top grade product on the market.
My husband weighs 200 pounds and is on an INVACARE low air loss mattress, and he is extremely uncomfortable since he keeps "bottoming" into an s shape against the rails on his left side. When he is straightened he bottoms within a few minutes, he can't help it although all of the controls are correct for his size and weight. Would the O2Zoned lateral rotation mattress keep him
centered on the bed and comfortable?
We have not had any customers encountering such problems with our mattresses. But as we heard from other vendors, for some patients, the "bottoming" thing may happen with certain alternating pressure / low air loss mattress.
For the lateral rotation mattress, theoretically this will be less likely to happen due to the lateral rotation movement and the soft sides that are always inflated during the lateral rotation. Also the raised cells protect the body at multiple positions such as hip, shoulders and head during the rotation. This will also keeps the body centered all the time.
But the question is whether or not the patient's medical condition allows or requires him to use a lateral rotation mattress.
what are the specifications of the pump for this mattress. Is it a compressor or air flow pump.