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Invacare Propad Visco Overlay

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The Propad Visco Overlay is composed of a polyurethane cover and a high density visco elastic foam surface with a robust foam base. This high specification surface is temperature sensitive allowing it to conform to the shape of the body and maximise contact area.
Description

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Comfort and conformity

The interior of the overlay has a top layer of high density visco elastic foam that is temperature-sensitive. The foam warms and conforms to the users body shape, maximising the body contact area. This provides exceptional comfort and facilitates pressure reduction by minimising peak pressures.

High density supportive foam base

The dual layer construction, combines a high level of comfort with improved longevity, due to the supportive, robust foam base.

Features

  • Cover. Cover is multi-stretch, water-resistant and vapour-permeable that prevents a build up of shear and friction forces against the client.
  • Available in a range of sizes. The Invacare Propad Visco Overlay is available in 2 standard sizes: Single: 1875 x 876 x 85 mm, Double: 1875 x 1372 x 85 mm. Additional sizes available on request.
  • Anti-slip base cover. Ensures safe use of the Propad Visco Overlay and helps prevent slippage.

Specifications

  • Height: 85 mm
  • Total product weight: 7,1 kg
  • Max. user weight: 108 kg
  • Max. cleaning temperature: 80º

Manufactured to European Standards: BS EN 597-1 Cig, BS EN 597-2 Match and BS 7175 (Crib 5) Essential nursing care is pivotal in pressure ulcer prevention. This product will positively contribute to the outcome of a pressure ulcer prevention care plan. Education, clinical judgement and action based planning based on vulnerability are fundamental factors in the prevention of pressure ulcers. A range of assessment scales can be used as a formal method of assessing risk from pressure ulcer development, and should be used in conjunction with an informal assessment (informed nursing judgement). Informal assessment is considered to be of greater importance and clinical value.