The Invacare Softform Premier Original is a high specification replacement mattress designed to meet the demands of the Community and Acute healthcare environments. Practical and durable, this mattress delivers exceptional levels of comfort and pressure redistribution at a cost effective price.
The Invacare Softform Premier Original is a high specification replacement mattress designed to meet the demands of the Community and Acute healthcare environments.
The European Pressure Ulcer Advisor Panel suggests the avoidance of subjecting the skin to both pressure and shear forces, both major contributory factors in the development of pressure injuries.The Softform Premier Original has been designed to actively address these factors. A unique contoured insert pad, constructed from castellated foam cells, which conform independently to movement and body position to efectively reduce shear and friction forces. In addition the high specification foam support surface provides excellent comfort and pressure redistribution.
The cover is two-way stretch waterproof polyurethane with high frequency welded seams with a full length flap concealing the zip. These features combine to efectively reduce the potential of fluid ingress. The cover also features a toughed PU coated base to prolong the longevity of the mattress.The mattress zip is fully covered with a flap to protect it from fluid ingress, it is welded not sewn to give maximum protection for infection control. The cover is zipped around all 4 sides with the top and bottom cover being completely detachable.
Width: 2000 x 880 mm or 2000 x 855 mm
Height: 152 mm
Total product weight: 13 kg
Max. user weight: 247.6 kg
Max. cleaning temperature: 80º
Essential nursing care is pivotal in pressure ulcer prevention. This mattress 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. The risk category in this instance is based on the Waterlow Scale. Manufactured to European Standards: BS EN 597-1 Cig, BS EN 597-2 Match and BS 7177: Crib Source 5 (top, bottom and misuse).