NHS Hospital (UK) about the Multicare bed
The Multicare bed reduced the level of nursing staff sickness abscences due to musculoskeletal injuries. In addition, there were no Hospital Aquired Pressure Ulcers (HAPU) reported after the Multicare beds were introduced.
Neurosciences Intensive Care Unit at Southampton University Hospital, NHS
Automatic Lateral Therapy for pulmonary complications
ALT guided by EIT (Electrical Impedance Tomography) on the Multicare bed allows precise ventilation management that is individualized, timely, continuous, targeted, careful, and radiation-free.
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Easy manipulation with Lateral Tilt
Frame-based lateral turn allows nurses to carry out routine nursing procedures, such as positioning, hygiene and skin care, and linen changes without physical strain. It also plays a significant role in early mobility.
Preventing Pressure Injury
A combination of an open architecture bed frame, unique features such as frame-based later turn and Ergoframe with a comprehensive range of active, passive and hybrid mattresses provides many skin care management options.
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Automatic Lateral Therapy for Pulmonary complications
The Multicare bed platform provides continuous lateral rotation via the bed frame known as Automatic Lateral Therapy (ALT). Simple programming allows patients to rotate up to 30 degrees.More about Multicare
Preventing Pressure Injuries
An open architecture of the ICU bed allows the use of active, hybrid and passive mattress. Active systems assist in the prevention and management of pressure injuries through several mechanisms, including alternating pressure therapy, constant low pressure and microclimate management. Hybrid mattresses contain elements of both a passive and an active system, thus enabling permanent use as either a passive or active system. Passive support surfaces assist the prevention of pressure injury development. The pressure is redistributed over the largest possible surface area, thus reducing damaging peak pressures.
The Early Mobilisation with LINET program uses the recommended procedures from the AACN and enhances them by applying the unique LINET features, including Automatic Lateral Therapy or Mobi-Lift®.More info