The Cloud Day-Bed design promotes skin immersion and envelopment.
Pressure on the skin’s surface is re-distributed, reducing the risk of pressure injury associated with prolonged sitting or lying.Ideal for Acute, Hospice and Homecare environments. Genuine Dartex® Fabric Surface and our modular pressure relief system maximise comfort while integrated postural contours support optimal positioning. The ergonomic and practical design make it safe and easy to manoeuvre and maintain.
ADJUSTABLE FOAM MATRIX
A matrix of air flow chambers promotes skin microclimate and evenly redistributes pressure. A higher density outer perimeter improves lumber support and longitudinal centering (midline position) while foam cores are moveable for customised positioning.
SIDE TRANSFER COMPATIBLE
FR – FULLY RECLINE ( TRUE FLAT ) : Allows for easier side patient transfer, patient personal care and aids when fitting patient slings
LOCKABLE CASTORS WITH DIRECTIONAL CONTROL
Front directional castor improves the ability to manoeuvre in a straight line through corridors, making it safer and lighter for attendant use.
TRUE LAY FLAT POSITIONING
Unique patented design ensures true lay flat positioning whilst SmartTilt intelligently manages chair positioning to prevent unintentional head down Trendelenburg.
GAS ASSISTED TILT AND LEG RECLINE
Gas assisted tilt 200, recline 500 and Leg raise 900 allows the chair to be positioned for prolonged periods of use, or set to manage posture and lower limb oedema.
INTEGRATED TILT, RECLINE & LEG RAISE CAN BE USED TO ACHIEVE TRUE LAY FLAT POSITIONING
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