Drive Masonair 10" Low Air Mattress and Alternating Pressure Mattress System

Size : Large
Subtotal:
$1,838.00

Description

Description

An Alternating Pressure Mattress System from Drive and Mason Medical is designed to aid in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers-also known as bed sores-by inflating and deflating air cells within the mattress in a regular pattern, offering pressure relief and improving air circulation. The LS9000B is one of the most advanced systems in the Masonair series providing Low Air Loss capability for an aerated, cool, dry sleeping surface and added width for bariatric patients. The unit's advanced microprocessor sensor technology also continuously adjusts for optimal pressure redistribution.

Specifications

Specifications

Weight Capacity 1000 lbs.
Product Weight 25.5 lbs., 28.2 lbs.
Mattress Type Air
Length 80"
Width 42", 48"
Thickness 10"

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Features

  • The Masonair LS9000B Bariatric Low Air Loss and Alternating Pressure Mattress is one of the most advanced systems in the Masonair series
  • The microprocessor sensor technology provides continuous feedback to equalize pressure and maximize patient comfort
  • The mattress consists of (20) 10″ high cell-in-cell designed air bladders
  • In case of a power failure the air cells within the 10″ air cell will remain inflated offering sufficient weight support for the patient
  • For the home care and long term care markets
  • Head Pillow feature
  • CPR feature allows for rapid deflation of mattress system
  • Static function can suspend the alternating mode (has auto recovery feature)
  • Visible and audible alarms with Alarm Mute feature (3minute auto-return feature)
  • CPR valve feature allows for rapid deflation

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