The NoDec 2 Airstream is a next generation Pegasus alternating pressure mattress replacement system which provides highly effective care and protection for patients at High Risk to Very High Risk of pressure injury.
Featuring advanced solenoid technology to control the rapid changes in airflow alongside automatic pressure adjustment to patient weight and position the 2-cell cycle of the NoDec 2 Airstream is a cost-effective solution for the management, rehabilitation and healing of deep pressure ulcers.
Characterised by its ability to maintain a significant pressure differential between inflated and deflated cells with the patient on the mattress the NoDec 2 Air-Stream is ideal for acutely ill patients after stabilisation, mobility restricted patients (e.g. general medicine, orthopaedic) or patients whose condition is deteriorating (e.g. palliative care, oncology, respiratory).
Automatic functions and flexible comfort settings ensure that the NoDec 2 Airstream provides optimum levels of pressure area care alongside the flexibility to manage individual patient requirements.
Features and benefits
10 minute alternating 2-cell cycle provides effective pressure variation through rapid air cell deflation.
Ultrasonically welded cell structure
All cells in each layer are ultrasonically welded together to eliminate air cell encroachment and allow each deflating cell to efficiently retract away from body contact.
Enhances pressure relief by providing a more efficient flow of air in and out of the cells therefore a superior reactive hyperaemic response in the deep tissues about the bony prominences
Dual layer of air cells
Top cells provide alternating pressure relief while bottom layer of permanently inflated cells provides support and safety from patient bottoming out
Easily accessible CPR facility
Intuitive, always visible and accessible CPR release valve located on umbilical provides rapid deflation in approx. 10 seconds.
Integrated side formers
Permanently inflated side formers provide a firm mattress edge to ensure patient stabilisation and fall prevention (NSQHS standard 10) during exits or transferring to a trolley/chair.
Permanently inflated support deck
Lower deck of permanently inflated longitudinal cells improves patient comfort and safety whilst eliminating bottoming out.
Adjustable comfort control available within both Static and Dynamic modes provide nursing staff with the ability to adjust air cell inflation pressures to suit individual patient comfort or clinical requirements.
Timed Static mode
Provides a firm and stable surface for essential nursing procedures such as physiotherapy and wound cleaning. A safety automatic return to Dynamic mode after 30 minutes ensures that patients are not put at risk of pressure damage.
Automatically adjusts pressure settings in response to patient weight and position to optimise pressure relief and ensure that staff are not burdened with difficult product ser-up.
30 hour transport mode
Easy to operate one way valve lets mattress remain inflated for at least 30 hours and also facilitates patient/bed movement without unnecessary risk to patient.
Audible and visual alarms
A sophisticated set of audible and visual alarm functions provide enhanced patient safety and ensures peace of mind for nursing staff.
Cable management system
Convenient power cable storage to ensure safety by preventing it becoming a trip hazard and also avoid cable damage.
Dartex cover with welded seams
Soft, easy to clean, waterproof Dartex cover provides a complete barrier against viruses and blood, minimising infection control risks.
Unique anti-hammocking cover
Unique pre-tensioned design ensures that the cover conforms tightly to the cell shape thereby eliminating hammocking across the deflated cell and optimising the zero pressure phase of the cycle.
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Pegasus Healthcare | Prevention & Management of Pressure Ulcers
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