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Prone positioning product portfolio

The Arjo prone positioning product portfolio

Caring for patients in the ICU requires a multi-disciplinary approach and includes a variety of complex tasks. Our carefully selected prone positioning solutions portfolio can assist your team in simplifying the task of proning by equipping them with the high-quality tools and techniques they need to provide prone therapy safely.


A full range of solutions

With a comprehensive portfolio that includes the nation’s only automated prone therapy system, a full suite of patient handling equipment, and specialized advisory support from a knowledgeable team of clinical experts, Arjo is your trusted ally in safely proning your most fragile patients, while keeping pressure injury prevention in mind.

Comparison of proning methods

There are multiple methods that can be used to place a patient in the prone position.

  1. Automated proning — in this method, a patient is placed in an automated proning system. Once placed, a patient can be proned by a single caregiver using an electronic remote, or the intuitive touch screen. In addition to proning, kinetic therapy (lateral rotation up to 62 degrees) can be performed.
  2. Device-assisted manual proning — safe patient handling devices, such a ceiling or floor lifts and friction reduction devices, can be used to assist with manual proning. Utilizing these devices helps to engineer out some of the risk associated with manual proning.
  3. Manual proning without assistive devices — proning can be accomplished with the use of bed sheets and pillows. Friction and shear may be higher with this method, but the tools are readily available.