The Thera Turn Millennium is the ultimate in rotational therapy featuring lateral rotation for pulmonary patients and secondary fro wound healing and prevention. It allows to isolate the patients left and right side on both the angle and time of turn.
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FEATURES for Thera-Turn Millennium Lateral Rotation And Low Air Loss Mattress System
Incorporating low air loss therapy, state
of the art digital and sensor technology, the Thera-Turn Millennium
provides superior rotation along with unmatched patient comfort and
The system features low air loss with patented
Microvent technology that sends a controlled gentle airflow directly
to the patient's skin.
The patented cover is machine washable and
breathable, yet provides a barrier to moisture and microbe
automatically turns patients up to 40o to reduce the risk
of pulmonary and other serious medical complications associated with
immobility. Both angle of turn and turning frequency can be
independently programmed on each side.
Angle of Turn: caregivers can select
form their choice of four pre-programmed turning angles - Off,
Gentle, Moderate and Full.
Frequency of Turns: desired turning
duration can be set from 4 to 90 min.
Hold Position: automatic
turn cycle can be halted and the patient held in a left, right or
center position for nursing intervention.
Choice of Positions: patient can be
held in either the left, right or center position.
Angle of Hold: caregivers can select
from their choice of Gentle, Moderate or Maximum angle of hold.
Comfort Level: while patient is in
the center position, caregivers can adjust the comfort level for
optimal patient comfort.
Easy Maintenance: the system provides
continuous feedback to help you maintain your system in optional
condition and provide you with many years of worry-free operation.
State of the Art Features: easy touch
pad, panel lockout for security, remains inflated during power
failure, internal memory, firm mode.
Easy to Install on any standard hospital
bed. The 8 vertical air cells are individually zippered in place to
maintain correct positioning and to simplify replacement.
SPECIFICATIONS for Thera-Turn Millennium Lateral Rotation And Low Air Loss Mattress System
120V / 60Hz,
14.5" W x 6" D x
Length x Thickness (Inflated):
80" L x 12" H
Patient Weight Range:
80 - 300 lbs. (Standard)
Patient Weight Range:
up to 750 lbs. (Bariatric)
Patient Height Range:
50" - 75"
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For hygienic reasons, this product is not returnable.
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Questions & Comments (12)
I am looking for a mattress like this for my 9 year old son he has CP. I have been struggling with the pressure ulcers on his tailbone. He has a hospital bed at home. I am wanting something that I can use as he grows to an adult as well. Is this something that would work for him and is the pump very loud.
Thank you for your interest in our mattress for pressure ulcer. However, this lateral rotation mattress is more for patient with pulmonary complications.
To heal bed sores, you need to look for alternating pressure mattress or low air loss mattress as the first choice. The following model is the best on the market to prevent and treat pressure ulcer. The pump is very calm.
These are built of patented low air loss technology that provides a light and diffused air flow directly to the patient's skin through thousands of microscopic holes in the top coverlet. This is different from other low air loss mattress on the market. They are called the same term but they are different in fact.
I am trying to help a young quadraplegic at home with stage IV sacral wounds and severe contractures- bed bound. What does this lateral rotation do? how does it compare with your other Stage IV mattress systems?
The lateral rotation function turns a patient laterally. It is mainly used for a patient with pulmonary complications that needs to have the body position changed for recovery. It can also reduce pressure under the body so as to prevent such a patient from getting bedsores. However, its pressure relief function is much less powerful than the stage IV mattresses that are designed to be the best for bedsores of such a late stage that are very hard to heal using other models of products. Therefore, it is highly recommended for you to consider a stage IV mattress.
is this bed suitable for a patient who cannot turn himself with muscular dystrophy? Thanks, Antonia van Peppen
Yes, it is designed to help patient turn back and forth and has been used for many patients with muscular dystrophy. It is the best for patients with pulmonary complications that need to change body positions for healing inside the lung. If you are primarily concerned about bedsores, you should consider the following models that are the best on the homecare market for bedsore healing and prevention.
Are your products available in New Zealand? If not, are you able to deliver to New Zealand?
Yes, we do ship this product all over the world. Please let us know your address so that we will let you know the shipping cost.
I am looking for a used twin size air mattress for a hospital bed patient that has problems with bed sores. The mattress needs to turn the patient. Can you help me with where to look for this?
We are sorry that we only sell brand new products. This Thera-Turn Millennium Lateral Rotation and Low Air Loss Mattress System will turn patient automatically. It is the best for patient with pulmonary complications.
For bed sore therapy, you should consider alternating pressure mattress with low air loss. This is because pressure relief can be achieved by the following technologies:
1) Alternating Pressure (AP): this is the number one choice since it is the most effective way.
2) Low Air Loss (LAL): this technology is very helpful for patient in high moisture environment (sweat, urine). The combination of AP and LAL is more powerful.
3) Lateral Rotation: Although changing body position seems to help relieve pressure, it is not as effective as the above two technologies.
what kind of motor does the air pump have, is it a compression motor? Do I need air filters? Thank you.
Yes, the controller is compressor. It comes with air filters that need to be cleaned periodically to keep the unit functional well according to the standard procedure. Especially in home environment with carpet, it is recommended to do this on regular basis. The air filter can be vacuum cleaned or rinsed.
We would like to have an unit shipped to city of Nicosia in Cyprus [we have similar power requirements with UK]. Do you have a model that can be used here? Please advise on estimated time to deliver.
Yes, we do have such models that meet power requirments in any countries all over the world and we ship world wide. Shipping to Cyprus takes 4 - 10 business days in general.
What kind of air pump/compressor do you use in your system? How loud is the air pump?
This item is specially designed for patients who need quiet environment. It uses compressor pump (not blower pump) to minimize the noise level. The mattress turns patient slowly so that even the natural noise of air flow is kept to a low level. For the many units that were sold in the past, none of them have bothered the patients due to the level of noise.
Does the rotation system still work while the head of the bed is in an elevated position?
Yes, it is designed to work on an adjustable bed such as a hospital / homecare bed. So it will still work while the head of the bed is elevated. It works the most effectively when the angle is under 45 degrees. It works when the angle is between 45 to 90 degrees but the efficiency will slightly go down.
I am wondering if this mattress is comfortable.
The mattress is a medical equipment that is designed and built to turn patients laterally that frees caregiver from the labor intensive procedure. Meanwhile, its low air loss function helps prevent and heal pressure sores. It is best used for patients with pulmonary complications.
Please consult with your physician or physical therapist whether the patient is under a condition that needs such a mattress since it is the medical needs, rather than comfort or other purposes, that help you make the decision.