patient turning and boosting is a real problem
Pressure Injuries pose significant challenges for bedridden patients.
Pressure injuries take just a little pressure, applied continuously on a wheelchair user for less than an hour, to start a chain of negative effects. Wheelchair users who are unable to re-position themselves are more likely to suffer pressure sores. If neglected or untreated, or if underlying health conditions such as Diabetes prevents them from healing, the sores can become life threatening.
Pressure injuries once occurred can be difficult to heal and are prone to infection and other complications.
move every 15 mins
Very difficult to perform moving exercises frequently inorder to shift pressure and also it requires some degree of mobility.
Upto 80% of individuals with SCI will develop pressure ulcers during their lifetime, with 30% developing multiple ulcers
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Dynamyc is one of its kind anatomy-specific pressure relieving overlay for effective pressure relief for wheelchair patients. The overlay is intelligently designed that is