AtmosAir Apod 25
Providing choice reactive or active therapy building on the very successful AtmosAir range of support surfaces, the AtmosAir Apod 25 provides superior levels of immersion and envelopment for reactive pressure redistribution.¹ Once connected to the optional pump unit, the6 system operates as an active therapy support surface providing a 10 minute, 1 in 2 cell cycle or provides approximately 20° platform rotation.
Designed for optimal therapy and comfort for the patient, the AtmosAir APOD 25 provides the option for caregivers to step up or step down care when clinically required. The system is suitable for the prevention and/or management of all categories² of pressure injuries when combined with an individualized, comprehensive pressure injury protocol.
1. ArjoHuntleigh data on file 2. National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel and Pan Pacific Pressure Injury Alliance. Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers: Clinical Practice Guideline. Emily Haesler (Ed). Cambridge Media: Osbourne Park, Western Australia; 2014
Durable, water resistant, moisture vapor permeable cover with multi-directional stretch capabilities to help reduce shear and friction.
25 individual Air Pods and 4 horizontal Air Cylinder provide the patient with support and comfort in the torso and sacral area while providing optimal pressure redistribution properties.
The optional pump unit allows caregivers to step up or step down care when clinically required. Connecting the pump unit provides active pressure redistribution or rotation.
A sloped heel section helps to transfer weight away from the vulnerable heel area.
A convoluted soft foam top layer promotes patient comfort.
Customizable care The AtmosAir APOD 25 MRS can be used with or without the pump. Custom sizes are available to ensure the correct fit for a variety of medical bed frames.
High weight limit across the range The weight limit on AtmosAir APOD 25 and the AtmosAir 300 cushion is 500 lbs (227 kg) and is consistent across the AtmosAir range, facilitating consistency of care, reduced staff training time and ease of use across a busy clinical setting and supporting the needs of the heavier patients.
Cover The cover is multi-stretch, latex free with a high Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate compliant with EPUAP & NPUAP³ guidelines.
Cost effective and efficient The cost efficiencies and clinical benefits of hybrid mattresses are increasingly recognized, reflected in the global success of the AtmosAir 9000 range and have been associated with reduced set up time and staff empowerment.⁴ The modular construction and component parts are all replaceable, maximizing product life, reducing costs and minimizing environmental impact.
Infection control Antimicrobial properties inherent in both the foam and the cover, along with optional welded seams to reduce the risk of fluid ingress. Tubing is sealed with a grommet allowing cover to remain fully closed when pump is attached.
3:National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel and Pan Pacific Pressure Injury Alliance. Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers: Clinical Practice Guideline. Emily Haesler (Ed). Cambridge Media: Osbourne Park, Western Australia; 2014 4: Fletcher J., Clark M., Tite, M Wounds UK, 12, 3. 2016
|Mattress A (L x W x H) mm||1905 x 813 x 177.8 mm|
|Mattress A (L x W x H) in||75 x 32 x 7 in|
|Mattress B (L x W x H) mm||2133.6 x 940 x 177.8 mm|
|Mattress B (L x W x H) in||84 x 37 x 7 in|
|Maximum patient weight kg||227 kg|
|Maximum patient weight lb||500 lb|
|Weight kg||1,9 kg|
|Weight lb||4,1 lb|
|Operating Cycle Time||5 minutes|
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