Medical air mattress with pump / Anti -bedsore / Anti- decubitus.
1. Low pressure Indicator- It indicates when pressure in the mattress decreases below desires level due to Puncture in mattress, disconnection of tubes or defects in pump. so u can always be sure that your patient is getting the care he needs for bed sores prevention.
2. Static mode- If the patient wants to sits up on the alternating mattress then he may feel unstable on the mattress due to deflated tubes. Press the static mode button and the complete mattress will get inflated and will become flat.
High Risk Patients who cannot move at all and are completely bed ridden patients who already have bed sores. For hospital use where bubble mattress usually have frequent punctures Long term use of air bed.
Storage-Switch Off Power from Main & Unplug, Seprate the Pump from the Mattress and Place the Mattress Flat. Fold the Mattress in two from Mattress Foot to Head. Allow Time for Air to Escape from Mattress to Reduce Storage Space. Close the Protective Cap Cover on the Quick Connector
Maintenance- In Case of Repair, Use Only Original Spare Parts & Accessories
Warning- Clean the Mattress with Mild Soap, Do Not Immerse OR Soak Pump Unit, After Cleaning, Dry the Mattress without Direct Sunlight Exposure, Check that the Connection Tubes are Not Obstructed by Dust or Other Object. Use a Soft Swab to Clean the Tubes if Necessary
Place the pump on a flat table or hang it with the help of the hanger at the foot side.
Unfold & lay the mattress on a foam mattress in a way that the air connections are on the foot side. The excess ends on the leg side can be tucked under the foam mattress. On the head side excess mattress can be used to make a pillow or can be tucked in.
Connect one end of the air tubes with the air pump and the other end with the mattress. Connect them firmly at both the ends. Make sure that air pipes are not clinked.
Switch on the electric pump by connecting. Green light will illuminate. The mattress will start inflating. Keep the pressure adjusting Knob at full in the beginning. This will take around 30 minutes to inflate.
The pump should be constantly switched on during the usage otherwise the mattress will deflate.
After around 30 minutes A type bubbles will inflate rather B type will remain deflated starting the process. Adjust pressure ideally with the adjusting Knob in such a way that there is a two fingers gap between the deflated air bubbles and the patient.
To repack the mattress when not in use, you need to exhale the air out of the nozzles by pressing it from other side.
Precautions | Trouble shooting
Keep the electric pump on for 24 hours.
Do not use the mattress near open flame or very near to a heater.
Do not smoke near the air mattress
Keep sharp objects away from the mattress.
Do not stand on the mattress. Maximum weight bearing capacity is 130 kgs therefore the attendants should not sit on the mattress as this will cause the mattress to leak.
Keep the pump away from water/damp surfaces. Clean the mattress with mild detergent if required.
. If the pump is working but the mattress is not inflating please check the connections and then check the mattress for leakage. If found punctured use the puncture kit provided with the mattress.