Product News: Non-Industrial Products
Patient Safety System helps prevent falls from bed.
Press Release Summary:
October 14, 2010 - Used with SelectAirÂ® or SelectAir MaxÂ® Low Air Loss Mattress Replacement Systems and without bed side rails, SelectProtectÂ® helps reduce risk of patient falls and promotes bed-bound safety. Built-in bolsters provide safe sleeping environment without compromising sleeping area. Product replaces standard cover and zips around SelectAir mattress. Featuring 100% polyurethane coated polyester top and PVC-backed polyester bottom, flame-resistant product accommodates 75-400 lb patients.
Original Press Release
SelectProtect® Safety Enhancement System
Press release date: October 12, 2010
SelectProtect is designed to be used exclusively with standard SelectAir® or SelectAir Max® Low Air Loss Mattress Replacement Systems and without bed side rails*. The unique built-in bolsters help promote a safe sleeping environment without compromising the patient's sleeping area.
Compatibility If you're afraid of questionable aftermarket add-ons, choose SelectProtect. It is specifically designed to fit standard SelectAir and SelectAir Max low air loss systems. It replaces the standard cover and easily zips around the SelectAir mattress. Simply order SelectProtect as an option with new systems or as an upgrade to systems that are already in use.
The SelectProtect system is most effective for users who:
Size: For use with standard SelectAir and SelectAir Max low air loss mattress systems only. Custom sizes are not available.
Construction: Top: 100% polyurethane coated polyester Bottom: PVC-backed polyester (DEHP and BPA free) Flame-Resistant: Meets CFR 16 Part 1632
Weight Limit: SelectProtect is intended for patients that weigh 75 to 400 lbs. which is the same weight limit for standard SelectAir and SelectAir Max low air loss mattress replacement systems.
Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty
* Use of SelectProtect should be determined based upon facility protocols, applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and individual user safety considerations. It does not replace the need for patient fall prevention measures.