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Stratus Turn™ combines clinically effective low air loss with full body lateral rotation capabilities. The microprocessor-controlled blower unit features up to 40º “Full Turn” and “Right Turn” modes of rotation. These modes have a minimum cycle time of 3 minutes and a maximum of 90 minutes. The “Turn & Hold” feature allows the caregiver to rotate the patient to the left or right.
Stratus Turn has 20 interchangeable air cells incorporated with a side support bolster that cradles the patient while rotating. The entire system is contained in a durable woven base, and the polyurethane coated top cover is highly vapor permeable.
Additional features include: “Static” for stationary low air loss therapy, “Fowler” to boost seat inflation when the head is elevated, “Auto Firm” for rapid inflation and easy patient transfer, “Lockout” to maintain caregiver settings without accidental interruptions, “Low Pressure” and “Power Failure” audible / visual alarms and “Self-Diagnostic Check” to quickly assess all switches and sensors for proper calibration and operation.
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