Invacare Therapeutic Support Surfaces Catalog - microAir Powered Replacement Systems

Invacare Therapeutic Support Surfaces Catalog - microAir Powered Replacement Systems
Invacare ® Therapeutic Support Surfaces Catalog
- microAir® Powered Replacement Systems
- Solace™ Therapeutic Foam Mattress
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Table of Contents
Understanding Pressure Ulcers........................................................3-4
The microAir Difference ..................................................................5-7
MA50, MA51, MA55........................................................................8-9
MA60, MA65 Alternating Pressure ............................................10-11
MA80, MA85 True Low Air Loss ................................................12-13
MA90Z, MA95Z Lateral Rotation ................................................14-15
Solace Foam Mattress Therapeutic Support Surfaces ..............16-20
Group I and Group II Therapeutic Support Surfaces Chart ........21-23
Invacare has a complete line of easy to understand and use microAIR ®
and Solace™ therapeutic support surfaces. The innovative designs help in
the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers.
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Joining the Effort in Pressure Ulcer Prevention
There is a national focus on pressure ulcer prevention. In fact, the
goal of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement is to reduce
incidence by December 2008 and focus on “getting to zero.”
The goal of the government’s Healthy People 2010 Initiative is to
cut the incidence of pressure ulcers in nursing home residents 50%
by 2010.
The statistics are worth noting: There are 1.8 million new pressure
ulcer cases each year, with 70% of those occurring in persons age
70 or older at an overall treatment cost of $1.3 billion. 24% of skilled
nursing residents develop pressure ulcers at some time. That number
increases to 60% in individuals with hip fractures.
More than 17,000 lawsuits linked to pressure ulcers are filed annually.
The microAIR and Solace innovative technology solutions offer the
patient increased relief and comfort while providing the caregiver a
product that is easy to setup, use and maintain.
It’s what you’d expect from the number one provider of medical
equipment in the world – Invacare.
This information is not medical advice. Each individual should
always consult with his/her physician.
Understanding Pressure Ulcers
What are pressure ulcers?
Pressure ulcers, sometimes called bed sores or decubitus (lying
in bed) ulcers, are typically located in the areas where the body
has less protective covering on weight bearing points. Those
areas are typically heels, elbows, shoulders, and the sacral
regions in the supine, semi-recumbent, and seated positions.
Ankles, knees, hips and ears are additional areas of concern
in the lateral position. (See Fig. A) When blood pressure inside
the dermis is blocked or above 32mm/Hg, capillaries begin to
close. (See Fig. B)
Without the nutrients in the blood and the removal of waste
products the area begins to break down. The first sign is
redness and warmth to the touch. In severe stages, extensive
tissue destruction can lead to tissue necrosis (death), and
damage to supporting muscle and bone.
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But age, obesity, diabetes and other illnesses can all lead to pressure
ulcers…and Americans are increasing in age, weight, and diabetes occurrences. The goal of pressure ulcer reduction sounds like an
impossible feat.
Now, Invacare has joined the effort with a full range of comfort
solutions designed to prevent and remediate pressure ulcers.
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The focus on more effective prevention and quicker healing is driven,
and even mandated, by many government and medical associations.
Six key interventions aimed at reducing pressure ulcer incidence are:
1. Assess pressure ulcer risk upon admission for all patients in all
care environments: acute care, long term care and home care
2. Reassess risk daily through skin inspection
3. Manage moisture by keeping the patient dry
4. Optimize nutrition
5. Minimize pressure through use of pressure-relieving surfaces
6. Turning every 2 hours
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Shoulder Blades
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Ischial Tuberosity
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Heels
Supine Position
Lateral Position
Toes
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Sacrum
Elbows
Shoulder
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Back
of Head
Ankle
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When is a patient at risk?
Patient risk is assessed on a number of factors standardized in
assessments such as the Norton or Braden scales. It is recommended
that patients be assessed as soon as possible upon entering into care.
Fig. B
This information is not medical advice. Each individual should
always consult with his/her physician to determine proper product selection.
What are the risk factors?
1. Patient is immobile or inactive
The lack of movement results in loss of blood flow to the skin.
2. Body size and shape
Very thin or very obese patients are at a higher risk. Very thin
people lack cushioning between the skin and bony prominences
such as heels and elbows. The overweight have fewer blood vessels
to the skin and require body movement to get the blood flow to the
susceptible areas.
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3. Skin condition and hygiene regimens
Thinning skin, which naturally occurs with age as well as some medications,
may make the patient more susceptible.
discolored (purple or maroon) intact skin or bloodfilled blister due to damage of underlying soft tissue
from pressure and/or shear. The tissue may be
painful, firm, mushy, warmer or cooler compared to
adjacent tissue.
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Stage
II
Stage
Non-blanchable
erythema of intact skin.
(Skin that does not turn
white when depressed)
4. Nutrition
A balanced diet and proper calorie consumption is important in maintaining
skin thickness and elasticity.
5. Incontinence and Infection
Urine and fecal matter or increases in body temperature and subsequent
perspiration can cause maceration (the skin to soften). The skin is therefore
more susceptible to tearing.
6. Circulation
Edema or swelling due to poor blood circulation makes the
susceptible areas less resistant to pressure.
How do pressure ulcers form?
Any individual or combination of the above factors combined with environmental skin
factors below can result in a pressure ulcer. If the outer layer of skin (epidermis) is
rubbed away the more vulnerable dermis layer is exposed to bacteria and infection.
1. Pressure
When the capillary blood pressure is cut off from the skin by pressure on the
area for an extended time.
2. Moisture
Over-hydrated (macerated) skin is at higher risk of tearing or breaking down
from moving or friction.
3. Shear
Capillaries stretch and tear reducing the blood flow when the skin remains
stationary against the bed linens as the skletal structure moves with the surface.
4. Friction
When the skin is pulled across a coarse surface and the outer protective layer
(epidermis) is rubbed away.
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Pre Stage I
Suspected Deep Tissue Injury – Localized area of
Partial thickness skin
loss involving epidermis, dermis or both.
III
Stage
Full thickness skin loss
involving damage or
necrosis of subcutaneous tissue that may
extend down to, but
not through, underlying
fascia.
IV
Stage
Full thickness skin loss
with extensive destruction, tissue necrosis, or
damage to muscle,
bone, or supporting
structures.
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MEDICARE CRITERIA*
Support surfaces may be static (nonpowered, reactive) or dynamic (moveable active surface). A static surface is
recommended if a patient can assume
varying positions without bearing weight
on a pressure ulcer, generally a Group I
surface. Dynamic surfaces (usually
Group II) are required if the patient
cannot change positions without bearing
weight on the pressure ulcer OR if the
patient fully compresses the static
support surface.**
Constant Pressure Monitoring
The dial allows you to set the appropriate
pressure using patient weight. Once set, the
computer technology inside monitors the pressure.
The solenoid valves open and close to regulate
the air inside the mattress and maintain the
pressure at or below 32mm/Hg to avoid capillary
occlusion. On compressor models (MA50, MA51,
MA55, MA60, MA65, and MA90Z), the
compressor will turn off in maintenance mode
for a quieter, energy saving environment.
AND
2. Patient has been on a comprehensive
ulcer treatment program*** for at least
the past month which has included the
use of a Group I support surface, and
ulcers have worsened or remained the
same over the past month.
On Demand Low Air Loss
microAIR compressor models (MA55, MA65, MA90Z)
all include the on-demand low air loss feature. When
activated at the push of the button, air is released
inside the mattress to keep the mattress
environment cooler for the patient as well as help
with moisture management. When not in use, the
compressor will go into quiet energy saving mode
for an improved sleep environment.
OR
3. Large or multiple stage III or IV pressure ulcer(s) on the trunk or pelvis.
OR
4. Recent myocutaneous flap or skin graft
for a pressure ulcer on the trunk or
pelvis (surgery within the past 60 days).
AND
5. The patient has been on a Group II or III
support surface immediately prior to a
recent discharge from a hospital or
nursing facility (discharge within the
past 30 days).
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Group II Treatment
Group II surfaces may be covered if the
patient meets the following criteria:
1. Multiple stage II pressure ulcers
located on the trunk or pelvis.
Patient Safety and Caregiver Confidence
Wireless Auto Fowler
* Medicare Criteria: This information is not intended
to be, nor should it be considered, billing or legal
advice. Providers are responsible for determining the
appropriate billing codes when submitting claims
to the Medicare program, and should consult an
attorney or other advisor to discuss specific
situations in further detail.
** This information is not medical advice. Each
individual should always consult with his/her
physician to determine proper product selection.
*** Documented comprehensive care plan/treatment
program should generally include: education for
patient and caregiver on prevention/management of
pressure ulcers; regular assessment by a licensed
practitioner (weekly if stage 3 or 4, monthly if stage 1
or 2); turning and positioning schedule; appropriate
wound care (stage 3 or 4); appropriate management
of moisture/ incontinence; nutritional assessment
and intervention.
All microAIR models MA60, MA65, MA80,
MA85, MA90Z, MA95Z (with the exception of the
MA50, MA51, and MA55) include this feature. A
transmitter in the head section of the bed sends
a signal to the power unit when that section is
raised to add 25% more air into the center
section of the bed preventing the patient from
bottoming out. A caregiver no longer needs to
push the fowler button, and the patient can raise
the bed without calling for assistance.
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Ease of Set Up and Connection
Convenient snap on connections for
compressor models MA60, MA65 and MA90Z.
Unroll the mattress and hook the
power unit to the end of the bed.
With the snap of the mattress hose
onto the plugged-in power unit, the
mattress is ready to inflate.
Always read the product owner’s
manual before use.
Always connects correctly.
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Secure magnetic connector
on blower models MA85
and MA95Z
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Power Outage Safety
Compressor models (MA50, MA51, MA55, MA60, MA65 and MA90Z), in the event of a power outage,
remain inflated as long as the mattress air hose remains connected to the compressor. Once the power
is returned, the memory inside the compressor returns to the programmed settings.
Blower models (MA80, MA85 and MA95Z) also return to the pre-power outage settings once the power
returns. The safety mat inside the mattress prevents the patient from bottoming out.
Additional Safety Features
All microAIR therapeutic support systems include additional safety features: 2" safety foam mat
(except the MA50 alternating pressure mattress overlay), Low Pressure and Power Outage audio and
visual alarms, Lock Out button to avoid accidental adjustments, and are 16 CFR 1632 and 16 CFR 1633
compliant with federal fire regulation standards by including a sewn in fire sock on each model.
Ease of Transport
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Removal of the mattress is simplified by rolling it up beginning at the head section, and putting
the power unit inside the mattress for protection. Once rolled, the two over-the-shoulder attached
carrying handles allow for easy transport.
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Invacare® microAIR® Alternating Pressure Therapeutic Support Mattress Replacement System
Model nos. MA50, MA51 and MA55
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Invacare ® microAIR® 50
Alternating Pressure Overlay
Model no. MA50
The microAIR MA50 is a full featured alternating pressure
overlay powered by a 10 LPM compressor with four
alternating pressure cycles of 5, 10, 15 and 20 minutes.
Specifications
Electrical Power: 90V, 60Hz, 1A
Dimensions:
Mattress: 6" x 36" x 80"
Power Unit: 9.5" x 5" x 5" 10 LPM
Power Cord: 14 ft.
Weight Capacity: 350 lb.
Safety Code: 16 CFR 1632, 16 CFR 1633 compliant
Materials:
Mattress Cover: Dual-layer, quilted, anti-microbial, resistant
vapor permeable cover protects internal air cells.
Bottom cover is 600 denier nylon
Air cells: 70 denier urethane coated nylon
Limited Warranty:
Mattress: 1 year
Power Unit: 2 years
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User Friendly Control Units
• Up and Down arrows with LED display allow adjustment for
patient comfort and pressure relief
• Choice of alternating pressure or static therapy
• Digital display of pressure setting
• Max Inflate
• Lock Out button
• Alternating Pressure Button with 4 time settings
• Visible Audible Power warning signal
• Lightweight and easy to use power unit with holder
attaches easily to bed ends
• No air filter to clean
• Manual Fowler
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Invacare® microAIR® Alternating Pressure
Therapeutic Support Mattress Replacement System
Model nos. MA51 and MA55
MA50 / MA51
This Invacare alternating pressure mattress reduces interface pressure to aid
in the prevention and the treatment of Stage I to Stage IV pressure ulcers.
For the safety and comfort of the patient and caregiver, the microAIR state
of the art 10 LPM compressor continually monitors the air pressure in the
mattress to maintain the appropriate pressure (generally below 32
mm/Hg). A solenoid valve system opens and closes to maintain air
pressure indefinitely in case of a power outage, or release air to
maintain the appropriate surface pressure for the patient.
MA55 Alternating Pressure with On-Demand Low Air Loss
and 10 LPM Compressor
In addition to all of the features of the MA51 alternating pressure mattress,
the MA55 model improves air circulation and cools the body temperature
with a unique system of air released into the mattress.
Features of Alternating Pressure and Compressor Models
• Efficient real time monitoring for correct pressure relief
• Energy saving compressor turns off when not needed during pressure maintenance periods
• Efficient solenoid air valves open and close as required to maintain proper
interface pressures
• Power outage safety with mattress hose connected to the compressor
• Ninety degree, quick hose connector simplifies set up with one motion
• Two-inch safety foam as added safety measure
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Four alternating pressure cycles are available at 5, 10, 15 and 20
minutes to eliminate the pressure against the ulcer and to promote
blood circulation to the entire body. Unique dual quilted cover guards
against friction and shear and are fluid resistant and vapor permeable.
• Quick connect air cells make for easy replacement if needed
• CPR release built into mattress
• Attached carrying straps for easy transportation
• Power outage recovery – compressor returns to originally set
pressure relief setting
• Buckle straps to secure mattress to bed deck
Specifications
Electrical Power: 90V, 60Hz, 1A
Dimensions:
Mattress: 8" x 36" x 80"
Power Unit: 9.5" x 5" x 5" 10 LPM
Power Cord: 14 ft.
Weight Capacity: 350 lb.
Safety Code: 16 CFR 1632, 16 CFR 1633 compliant
Materials:
Mattress Cover: Dual-layer, quilted, anti-microbial, fluidresistant, vapor permeable cover protects internal air cells.
Bottom cover is 600 denier nylon
Air cells: 70 denier urethane coated nylon
Limited Warranty:
Mattress: 1 year
Power Unit: 2 years
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Invacare® microAIR® Alternating Pressure Therapeutic Support Mattress Replacement System
Model nos. MA60 and MA65
This Invacare larger alternating pressure mattress reduces interface pressure to aid in the prevention and the treatment of
Stage I to Stage IV pressure ulcers with a state of the art 50 LPM compressor that inflates the mattress within 5-10 minutes
and provides faster, more efficient and complete therapy cycles.
For the safety and comfort of the patient and caregiver, the 50 LPM compressor continually monitors the air pressure in the
mattress to maintain the appropriate pressure at or below 32 mm/Hg. As long as the hose remains connected from the
mattress to the power unit, air will remain in the mattress to
prevent bottoming out in a power outage. The solenoid
valve system opens and closes to regulate the air level in
the mattress and maintain the appropriate surface
pressure for the patient.
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Four alternating pressure cycles are available
at 5, 10, 15, and 20 minutes to eliminate the
pressure against the ulcer and to promote blood
circulation to the entire body. Unique dual
quilted covers guard against friction
and shear and are water resistant and
vapor permeable.
Distinctive Features of Alternating Pressure
50 LPM Compressor Models
• Deeper 10" mattress than the MA50 series
• 50 LPM compressor inflates mattress quickly
• Manual Fowler to prevent accidental bottoming out
• Efficient real time monitoring for correct pressure relief
• Energy saving compressor turns “off” when not needed during pressure maintenance periods
• Efficient solenoid air valves open and close as required to maintain proper interface pressures
• Power outage safety with mattress hose connected to the compressor
• Ninety degree, quick hose connector simplifies set up with one motion
• Two-inch safety foam as added safety measure
• Quick connect air cells make for easy replacement if needed
• CPR release built into mattress
• Built in carrying straps for easy transportation
• Power outage recovery – compressor returns to originally set pressure relief setting
• Buckle straps to secure mattress to bed deck
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Alternating Pressure with On-Demand Low Air Loss and 50 LPM Compressor
Model no. MA65
In addition to all of the features of the MA60 alternating pressure mattress, the MA65 model improves air circulation and
cools the body temperature with a unique system of air released into the mattress.
Specifications
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Electrical Power: 90V, 60Hz, 1A
Dimensions:
Mattress: 10" x 36" x 80"
Power Unit: 15" x 16" x 11", 50 LPM
Power Cord: 14 ft.
Weight Capacity: 350 lb.
Safety Code: 16 CFR 1632, 16 CFR 1633 compliant
Materials:
Mattress Cover: Dual-layer, quilted, anti-microbial,
fluid-resistant vapor permeable cover protects internal air cells.
Bottom cover is 1000 denier nylon
Air cells: 70 denier urethane coated nylon
Limited Warranty:
Mattress: 1 year
Power Unit: 2 years
User Friendly Control Units
• Up and Down arrows with LED display allow
adjustment for patient comfort and
pressure relief
• Digital display of pressure setting Max Inflate/
Low Air Loss button
• Lock Out button
• Alternating Pressure button with
four time settings
• Visible and/or audible power warning signal
• Lightweight and easy to use power unit with
holder for bed ends
• Wireless Automatic Fowler
• No air filter to clean
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Invacare® microAIR® True Low Air Loss Therapeutic Support Mattress Replacement
Model nos. MA80 and MA85
This Invacare True Low Air Loss mattress helps manage skin moisture
to avoid maceration and maintain a dryer environment for pressure
For the safety and comfort of the patient and caregiver, the microAIR
state of the art controller technology monitors the blower speed to
ulcer healing in the treatment of Stage I to Stage IV pressure ulcers.
The mattress and blower system automatically maintains five
maintain the appropriate surface pressure after the interface pressure
is set. Unique dual quilted covers guard against friction and shear.
different pressure zones for softer head and heel sections and firmer
Pulse settings are available on MA80 unit.
torso pressure interfaces.
MA85 True Low Air Loss with Alternating Pressure and 1275 LPM Blower
Building on the True Low Air Loss model benefits of improved air circulation, body temperature cooling, and skin
moisture management, this microAIR model increases the therapy with the addition of alternating pressure to
reduce surface interface and offer pressure relief. Alternating pressure settings of 5, 10, 15, and 20 minutes are
available on the MA85.
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Features
• Efficient real time monitoring for correct pressure relief
• Two-inch safety foam
• Wireless auto fowler automatically adds 25% more air
to prevent bottoming out when bed is articulated
• Static setting button
• Ninety degree, magnetic hose connector simplifies set
up and acts as CPR release
• Quick connect air cells for easy replacement as needed
• Built in carrying straps for easy transportation
• Inflates in seconds
• Settings retained during a power outage and will resume
once power is returned
• Buckle straps to secure mattress to bed deck
User Friendly Blower Units
• MA85 version - AP time button with four settings
• MA80 version - Pulse setting
• Visible and audible warning signal button
• Up and Down arrows with LED display allow adjustment
for patient comfort and pressure relief
• Digital display of pressure setting
• Max Inflate
• Lock Out button
• Lightweight power unit attaches easily to bed ends
• Wireless Automatic Fowler
• Easy-to clean air filter
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Sewn in Fire Sock.
Quilted Cover.
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MA85 True Low Air Loss
with Alternating Pressure
Specifications
Electrical Power: 90V, 60Hz, 1A
Dimensions:
Mattress: 10" x 36" x 80"
Power Unit: 14.5" x 11" x 6", 1275 LPM
Power Cord: 14 ft.
Weight Capacity: 350 lb.
Safety Code: 16 CFR 1632, 16 CFR 1633 compliant
Materials:
Mattress Cover: Dual-layer, quilted, anti-microbial, fluid-proof
vapor permeable cover covers internal air cells
Bottom cover is 1000 denier nylon
Air cells: 70 denier urethane coated nylon
Limited Warranty:
Mattress: 1 year
Power Unit: 2 years
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Lateral Rotation Therapeutic
Support Mattress Replacement Systems
Model nos. MA90Z and MA95Z
These Invacare microAIR lateral rotation mattresses
provide pressure relief and moisture maintenance for
patients who need to be turned for pressure relief or
other health indications. Inherent in the design of the
patented z-cell air cell design is alternating pressure as
the mattress turns. As with the other microAIR
mattresses, these therapeutic systems offer relief for
pressure ulcers from Stages I through IV.
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The MA90Z Lateral Rotation with Alternating
Pressure and On Demand Low Air Loss with 50 LPM
Compressor
The turn is offered to angles up to 30 degrees for
pulmonary therapy requirements with options for ¼, ½, ¾
turns. Turn times available are 10, 20, 30 and 60 minutes
with options to turn right or left only as well as both
sides.
User Friendly Power Units
• MA90Z - Energy saving compressor turns off to maintain
pressure setting
For the safety and comfort of the patient and caregiver,
the microAIR state of the art controller technology
monitors the blower and compressor speeds to maintain
the appropriate surface pressure once it has been set.
Constant air pressure side bolsters help contain patient
• MA95Z - Large LCD display with pulse, static, upright/fowler
and allows for angle and pressure adjustment
on the mattress. Both models have four-way-stretch
urethane quilted covers to guard against friction and
shear.
• Static setting
• Up and Down arrows allow adjustment for patient comfort
and pressure relief
• Max Inflate with 30 minute safety feature
• Lock Out Button
• Visible and audible warning signal button
• Lightweight, power unit attaches easily to bed ends
• Easy to clean air filter
Another protective measure of these microAIR
therapeutic systems for patient safety is that they
recenter the patient between rotations. Also the lateral
rotation mode will be automatically stopped with a bed
in the fowler or upright mode.
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The MA95Z Lateral Rotation with Alternating Pressure
and True Low Air Loss with 1275 LPM Blower
This model allows for customization of patient therapy settings
including 45 degrees of turn, time and pressure. Alternating,
static, and pulse therapies are available in addition to the lateral
rotation and continuous true low air loss relief.
MA90Z Lateral Rotation with
Alternating Pressure and
On-Demand Low Air Loss
Features
• MA90Z - Efficient solenoid air valves that open and close as required to
maintain proper interface pressures
• MA90Z - Power outage safety with mattress hose connected to the
compressor
• MA95Z - Ninety degree, magnetic hose connector simplifies set up and
provides quick CPR deflate
• Efficient real time monitoring for correct pressure relief
• Wireless auto fowler automatically adds 25% more air to prevent
bottoming out when bed is articulated
• Two-inch safety foam as added safety measure
• Quick connect air cells
• CPR release
• Built in carrying straps for easy transportation
• Inflates quickly
• Settings retained during a power outage and will resume once
power is returned
• Buckle straps to secure mattress to bed deck
MA95Z Lateral Rotation with
Alternating Pressure and
True Low Air Loss
Specifications
Electrical Power: 90V, 60Hz, 1A
Dimensions:
Mattress: 10" x 42" x 80"
Power Unit: 14.5" x 11" x 6"
Power Cord: 14 ft.
Weight Capacity: 350 lb.
Safety Code: 16 CFR 1632, 16 CFR 1633 compliant
Materials:
Mattress Cover: Urethane four way stretch quilted navy cover is
antimicrobial, fluid-proof vapor permeable.
Bottom cover is 1000 denier nylon
Air cells: 70 denier urethane coated nylon
Limited Warranty:
Mattress: 1 year
Power Unit: 2 years
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Overlays and Foam Mattresses
Simple to use and easy to maintain,
these products include an alternating
pressure pad system, gel overlay and
a foam mattress replacement.
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Solace™ Therapeutic Foam Mattresses
Solace mattresses are unique dual- and tri-layered foam formulations. They are
designed to prevent and relieve pressure ulcers by distributing weight as uniformly as
possible, and allowing blood to flow through the capillaries in areas prone to lesion
development.*
The Prevention, Therapy, and Resolution mattress systems offer good, better
and best solutions in static support surfaces. Within each category, the
products also reflect increasing treatment efficacy.
The unique and patented designs combine comfort
and technology for patient and caregiver
confidence. The mattresses are available
in standard 80" lengths with the ability
to special order 76" and 84" lengths.
MEDICARE CRITERIA*
Support surfaces may be static (nonpowered, reactive) or dynamic (moveable,
active). A static surface is recommended
if a patient can assume varying positions
without bearing weight on a pressure
ulcer. Dynamic surfaces are required if
the patient cannot change positions
without bearing weight on the pressure
ulcer OR if the patient fully compresses
the static support surface.
Group I Treatment
Group I surfaces may be covered if the
patient meets the following criteria:
1. Completely immobile (patient cannot
move around without assistance).
OR
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* Many support surfaces have been shown to improve pressure ulcers, however there is no
compelling evidence that one performs better than all others in all circumstances. It is best
to consider the therapeutic benefits of the products when determining which to use.
3. Any stage pressure ulcer on the trunk
or pelvis PLUS one of Numbers 4-7
OR
4. Impaired nutritional status.
5. Fecal or urinary incontinence.
6. Altered sensory perception.
7. Compromised circulatory status.
Solace™ Prevention Series for low risk patients
Cost effective, dual-layer design lowers interface pressure for the low risk patient.
* Medicare Criteria: This information is not intended to
be, nor should it be considered, billing or legal advice.
Providers are responsible for determining the appropriate
billing codes when submitting claims to the Medicare
program, and should consult an attorney or other advisor
to discuss specific situations in further detail.
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2. Limited mobility (patient cannot make
changes in body positions significant
enough to alleviate pressure) PLUS
one of Number 4-7.
Solace ™ Prevention 1080 –
The good mattress choice for low risk patients
Model no. SPS1080
Zoned top layer relieves pressure in the important
susceptible body zones. The convoluted “fortress” cut
design offers more surface area for patient support and
relief. Two layers of high quality foam include softer head
and heel sections.
Soft head and heel
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Solace™ Prevention Series for low risk patients
Solace Prevention 2080 –
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Head
The better mattress choice
Model no. SPS2080
Visco-elastic
foam heel
Built-in Side
Supports
Added to the design are built-in side supports.
The head and heel-soft sections add comfort and
protection, while the side-supports provide
stability and durability.
Solace™ Prevention 3080 –
The best solution for low risk patients
Model no. SPS3080
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The soft heel section is upgraded to visco foam
to cradle the sensitive area. This product
provides comfort and support with built-in side
supports and dual layer, “fortress” cut foam.
Visco Layer
Solace™ Therapy Series for medium to high risk patients
Solace ™ Therapy 1080 –
The good mattress choice for medium to high risk patients
Model no. STS1080
Precision three layered, mattress of die-cut foams provides
pressure relief around bones, increases air flow to reduce
surrounding temperature, and provides uniform weight
distribution for increased patient comfort.
Tri-layer
Fortress cut
Built-in Side Supports
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STS1080
Invacare ® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Solace ™ Therapy 2080 –
Solace ™ Therapy 3080 –
The better mattress choice for medium to high risk patients
The best mattress solution for medium to high risk patients
Model no. STS2080
Model no. STS3080
Added to the design are built-in side supports and a Visco heel
section to add comfort and protection.
Building more into the therapy mattress is a specially designed visco top to
cradle the entire body in foam. This series provides comfort and
support and includes the side supports and three layers of “fortress” cut
style foam.
Visco top
Visco heel
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Built-in Side Supports
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Invacare ® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Solace™ Resolution Series – for pressure ulcer treatment
The Resolution series is the best Invacare® foam mattress solution for pressure redistribution.
SRS1080
Solace ™ Resolution 1080 Series –
The best mattress solution for high risk patients
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Heel slope
Model no. SRS1080
Built-in Side Supports
Two layers of highest protection foam with a heel slope to alleviate
pressure. The convoluted “fortress” cut design offers more surface
area for patient support and relief.
Specialty Mattresses
Egress EZ ® Mattress
Model no. MATTEZCA, MATTEZLTCA
The Egress EZ mattresses are unique designs that give
patients added support and independence when getting in
or out of bed. The dual-layer and tri-layer foam have an exclusive built-in
frame and 3" raised bolsters with cut-through handles that provide a place for patients to get
leverage when standing. The egress area is 20" wide. Egress EZ products include the added relief of a heel soft
area. Higher density three layer foam available in the MATTEZLTCA version.
Invacare ® Gel Overlay Mattress
Model no.IVCGFM02
Standard gel overlays often suffer from the same problem – gel
migration, the process of squeezing the gel out from under pressure
points thereby reducing the effectiveness of the overlay. Invacare’s
new gel overlay addresses this concern through a specially-designed
set of bladders that runs across the surface and minimizes the
migration of the gel. Each cell works independently to provide support
and minimize pressure points. Encased in a highly resilient foam base,
the comfort of this gel overlay is unsurpassed.
Invacare ® CareGuard ™ Alternating Pressure Pad System
Model no. CG9701
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Invacare CareGuard APP system has mattress flaps to secure the
product. The advanced technology pump inflates and deflates the air
cells for patient relief. Variable pressure settings provide patient comfort.
Group I Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Gel Overlay
Model Name
Model Number
HCPCS Code
Patient Risk Level
Reimbursement Range*
Type of Therapy
General Pressure Reduction
Invacare® Gel Foam
Mattress Overlay
IVCGFMO2
E0185 (IN)
E0181 (CR)
E0184 (IN)
Solace™ Prevention
Dual Layer Foam
Mattresses
SPS1080
SPS2080
SPS3080
E0184 (IN)
Low
Low
Medium-High
Low
Med-High
High-Risk & Therapy
$271.88 - $338.33
$18.47 - $31.72
$105.34-$194.70
$105.34-$194.70
$105.34-$194.70
$105.34-$194.70
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■
3" Hard side
supports with hand holds
SPS2080
SPS3080
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MATTEZCA,
MATTEZLTCA
Solace™ Therapy
Tri-Layer Foam
Mattresses
STS1080
STS2080
STS3080
E0184 (IN)
Solace™ Resolution
Mattresses
SRS1080
E0184 (IN)
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Adjustable
70 Denier nylon top
9 oz. tri-laminate
vinyl bottom
waterproof,
vapor permeable
Latex free vinyl
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70 Denier nylon top 11 oz. tri-laminate
vinyl bottom waterproof, vapor permeable
Fortress Cut Convolute Foam
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Mattress Construction
Gel
Pads
Foam
Foam
Foam
Foam
Mattress Dimensions
34" x 77" x 3.5"
34" x 118" x 2.5"
36" x 80" x 6"
36" x 80" x 6"
36" x 80" x 6"
36" x 80" x 6"
250 lb.
250 lb.
350 lb.
350 lb.
350 lb.
350 lb.
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Not required
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■
■
■
6 months
30 days
5 year
7 year
5 year
5 year
5 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
Weight Capacity
CFR Fire Safety Testing
16 CFR 1632, 16 CFR 1633
Limited Warranty
Mattress
Power Unit
Cover
MEDICARE CRITERIA*
Support surfaces may be static (nonpowered, reactive) or dynamic
(moveable, active). A static surface is
recommended if a patient can assume
varying positions without bearing
weight on a pressure ulcer. Dynamic
surfaces are required if the patient
cannot change positions without
bearing weight on the pressure ulcer
OR if the patient fully compresses the
static support surface.
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Quick CPR Release
Invacare® Egress EZ™
Mattress
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Comfort Settings/
Therapy Time Settings (min)
Cover
Non-Powered
CareGuard™
Alternating Pressure
Pad System
CG9701
Alternating Pressure
Features
Built-in Side Supports
Alternating
Pressure
1 year
Group I Treatment
Group I surfaces may be covered if the patient meets the following criteria:
1. Completely immobile (patient cannot
move around without assistance).
OR
2. Limited mobility (patient cannot
make changes in body positions
significant enough to alleviate
pressure) PLUS one of Number 4-7.
OR
3. Any stage pressure ulcer on the
trunk or pelvis PLUS one of Numbers 4-7
OR
4. Impaired nutritional status.
5. Fecal or urinary incontinence.
6. Altered sensory perception.
7. Compromised circulatory status.
* Medicare Criteria: This information is not intended to be, nor should it be considered, billing or
legal advice.Providers are responsible for determining the appropriate billing codes when submitting claims to the Medicare program, and should consult an attorney or other advisor to discuss
specific situations in further detail.
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Group II Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Alternating Pressure
Low Air Loss
Alternating Pressure
Model Name
Model Number
HCPCS Code
Patient Risk Level
Reimbursement Range*
Type of Therapy
Alternating Pressure
microAIR® 50
- 5" Overlay
microAIR® 51
Mattress
microAIR® 60
10" AP Mattress
microAIR® 55
AP/LAL
microAIR® 65
AP/LAL
microAIR® 85
True Low Air Loss AP
MA50
Therapy
MA51
E0277 (CR)
Therapy
MA60
E0277 (CR)
Therapy
MA55
E0277 (CR)
Therapy
MA65
E0277 (CR)
Therapy
MA85
E0277 (CR)
Therapy
$458.00-$539.00
$645.46-$703.47
$645.46-$703.47
$645.46-$703.47
$645.46-$703.47
$645.46-$703.47
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■
■
■
On-demand
On-demand
True
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■
E0372 (CR)
Low Air Loss
Lateral Rotation
Features
Alarm Silence
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■
■
Blower
■
1275 LPM
Built-in Side Supports
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces Product Comparison
Comfort Settings
State of the Art Compressor
Cover
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10 LPM
10 LPM
50 LPM
10 LPM
50 LPM
70 Denier
70 Denier
quilted nylon
quilted nylon
600 Denier nylon 600 Denier nylon
bottom
bottom
Dual quilted slip
layer cover
1000 Denier nylon
bottom
70 Denier
Dual quilted slip
quilted nylon
layer cover
1000 Denier nylon 1000 Denier nylon
bottom
bottom
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Dual quilted slip
layer cover
1000 Denier nylon
bottom
Quick CPR Release
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■
■
■
■
Fowler Indicator
■
■
■
■
■
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Mattress Construction
16 - Bladders
16 -Bladders
20 -Bladders
16 -Bladders
20 -Bladders
20 -Bladders
Mattress Dimensions
36" x 80" x 6"
36" x 80" x 8"
36" x 80" x 10"
36" x 80" x 8"
36" x 80" x 10"
36" x 80" x 10"
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■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
magnetic
■
■
■
■
■
5, 10, 15, 20
5, 10, 15, 20
5, 10, 15, 20
5, 10, 15, 20
5, 10, 15, 20
350 lb.
350 lb.
350 lb.
350 lb.
350 lb.
350 lb.
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■
Power Failure/Low Pressure Alarm
Quick Connect Coupler
Safety Mat 2" Foam
Therapy Time Settings (min)
Weight Capacity
Wireless Fowler
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Z Cell
CFR Fire Safety Testing
16 CFR 1632, 16 CFR 1633
Not required
■
■
■
■
■
Mattress
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
Power Unit
2 year
2 year
2 year
2 year
2 year
2 year
Cover
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
Limited Warranty
MEDICARE CRITERIA*
Support surfaces may be static (non-powered, reactive) or dynamic
(moveable active surface). A static surface is recommended if a patient
can assume varying positions without bearing weight on a pressure ulcer,
generally a Group I surface. Dynamic surfaces (usually Group II) are
required if the patient cannot change positions without bearing weight
on the pressure ulcer OR if the patient fully compresses the static
support surface.**
Group II Treatment
Group II surfaces may be covered if the patient meets the following criteria:
1. Multiple stage II pressure ulcers located on the trunk or pelvis.
AND
2. Patient has been on a comprehensive ulcer treatment program***
for at least the past month which has included the use of a Group I
support surface, and ulcers have worsened or remained the same
over the past month.
OR
All references to HCPCS codes: Providers are responsible for determining the appropriate billing codes when submitting claims to the Medicare program and should consult an attorney or other advisor
to discuss specific situations in further details. (IN) Inexpensive and routinely purchased (one time payment). (CR) Capped Rental (payment/mo.).
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Group II Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Low Air Loss
Lateral Rotation with Alternating Pressure and Low Air Loss
Model Name
microAIR® 3500S™
microAIR® 80
microAIR® 90Z
Turn/LAL
microAIR® 95Z
Turn/LAL
microAIR®
Turn-Q™ Plus
Model Number
BB9572000
MA80
MA90Z
MA95Z
BB9612000
HCPCS Code
Patient Risk Level
Reimbursement Range*
Type of Therapy
Alternating Pressure
Low Air Loss
E0277 (CR)
Therapy
E0277 (CR)
Therapy
E0277 (CR)
Therapy
E0277 (CR)
Therapy
E0277 (CR)
Therapy
$645.46-$703.47
$645.46-$703.47
$645.46-$703.47
$645.46-$703.47
$645.46-$703.47
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True
True
On-demand
True
True
30 degree Z cell
45 degree Z cell
40 degree
Lateral Rotation
Lateral Rotation
Features
Alarm Silence
Blower
■
■
1000 LPM
1275 LPM
Built-in Side Supports
■
■
1000 LPM
10" Side bolsters
10" Side bolsters
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■
■
50 LPM
70 Denier nylon,
polyester
under layer
Dual quilted slip
layer cover
1000 Denier nylon
bottom
Urethane with honey
comb layer cover
1000 Denier nylon
bottom
Urethane 4-way
stretch quilted
top cover
Breathable while
prohibiting moisture
and microbe
transmission
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■
■
■
on-display
■
■
on-display
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■
3 - 9" Bladders
20 -Bladders
24 - Bladders
24 -Bladders
8 Air tubes
37" x 84" x 8.5"
36" x 80" x 10"
36" x 80" x 10"
36" x 80" x 10"
37" x 84" x 8"
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■
■
■
■
■
■
■
magnetic
■
■
■
10, 20, 30, 60
Custom
350 lb.
350 lb.
350 lb.
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Not required
6 months
1 year
1 year
1 year
6 months
2 year
2 year
2 year
2 year
2 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
Cover
Quick CPR Release
Fowler Indicator
Mattress Construction
Mattress Dimensions
Power Failure/Low Pressure Alarm
Quick Connect Coupler
Safety Mat 2" Foam
Therapy Time Settings (min)
Weight Capacity
Wireless Fowler
Z Cell
CFR Fire Safety Testing
16 CFR 1632, 16 CFR 1633
Limited Warranty
Mattress
Power Unit
Cover
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1275 LPM
3. Large or multiple stage III or IV pressure ulcer(s) on the
trunk or pelvis.
OR
4. Recent myocutaneous flap or skin graft for a pressure
ulcer on the trunk or pelvis (surgery within the
past 60 days).
AND
5. The patient has been on a group II or III support surface
immediately prior to a recent discharge from a hospital
or nursing facility (discharge within the past 30 days).
350 lb.
* Medicare Criteria: This information is not
intended to be, nor should it be considered,
billing or legal advice. Providers are responsible for determining the appropriate billing
codes when submitting claims to the
Medicare program, and should consult an
attorney or other advisor to discuss specific
situations in further detail.
** This information is not medical advice.
Each individual should always consult
with his/her physician to determine proper
product selection.
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500 lb.
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces Product Comparison
Comfort Settings
State of the Art Compressor
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*** Documented comprehensive care
plan/treatment program should
generally include: education for
patient and caregiver on prevention/
management of pressure ulcers;
regular assessment by a licensed
practitioner (weekly if stage 3 or 4,
monthly if stage 1 or 2); turning and
positioning schedule; appropriate
wound care (stage 3 or 4);
appropriate management of
moisture/ incontinence; nutritional
assessment and intervention.
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Elyria, Ohio
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(800) 333-6900
Canada
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All references to HCPCS codes:
Providers are responsible for
determining the appropriate
billing codes when submitting
claims to the Medicare
program, and should consult an
attorney or other advisor to
discuss specific situations in
further details.
Therapeutic Foam Mattresses
For more information, contact your Invacare Territory Business Manager at 1-800-333-6900 or visit our website at www.invacare.com
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