MENSA

  • Silicone capsules
  • Firm contour to facilite transfer
  • Elastomer
  • Chiseled polymer into cubes
  • 70% of the body without pressure at all times.
  • Minimizes the contact pressure and the forces shear
Maximum weight: 400 lbs
Type of wounds: Stage 1 to 3 wounds curative
Warranty: 5 years
Manufacturer: Matelas René

Description

MAIN FEATURES

  • Silicone capsules
  • Firm contour to facilite transfer
  • Elastomer
  • Chiseled polymer into cubes
  • Air chamber
  • Stage 1 to 3 wounds curative
  • Dartex cover
  • Protected zipper
  • Standard 35” x 80” x 6” dimension
  • Maximum weight : 400 lbs

SILICONE CAPSULES

  • 70% of the body without pressure at all time. The air chambers distribute 30% of the pressure to the capsules.

MATTRESS

  • Maximum comfort
  • Head-to-foot support
  • Minimizes the contact pressure and the shearing forces
  • No rotation required
  • Ergonomic fitting to the different bed positions

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Suitable for patients weighing up to 400 lbs
  • Standard dimensions : 35” x 80” x 6”
  • Also available custom-made

GENERAL INFORMATION OF THE SURFACES

  • Stretch cover
  • Standard bed linen
  • Usable incontinence pad without negative effects
  • Removable, waterproof, antimicrobial and antibacterial cover
  • Easy-to-clean cover

AIR CHAMBER

  • Locally allows a better relief of the pressure

REINFORCED CONTOUR

  • Facilitates transfers

COVER

  • Increases the comfort of the patient
  • Coutures protégées
  • Properties of the Actifresh (Dartex cover) : – Mold and rust resistant – Prevents foul odors – Prevents tissu deterioration

CHISELED POLYMER INTO CUBES

The local adjustment to the different shapes allows to adapt locally to the different body parts, minimizing the contact pressure with the body from head to toe. Eliminates the pressure transfer to other cells.

THE MENSA IS A CURATIVE THERAPEUTIC SURFACE

  • Single-formulation elastomers
  • All the benefits of the micro-fluid in addition to the improvement of the pressure relief of the mobilization
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