Roho Sofflex 2 Air Mattress
The ROHO SOFFLEX 2 Mattress Replacement System offers anadvance skin protection support surface for use in a variety of care settings,all at a low price! By utilizing ROHO’s Shape Fitting Technology, the SOFFLEX 2Mattress System has interconnected air cell sections that can be adjusted tothe patient’s body weight and shape, providing a comfortable and safe settingto optimize soft tissue protection.
- ROHO’sShape Fitting Technology allows for the redistribution of pressure that cancause shear, friction, and skin tear. The SOFFLEX 2 Mattress is an effectiveoption for comfort, skin care, and treatment.
- Threesections of the support surface allow for a personalized fit for maximumadjustability. Side inflation port allows for easy and quick access to eachsection
- Can fitmost bed frames, including home care, hospital, or long term care facility bedframes that are 80” to 84” (203 cm to 213 cm) in length and 36” (91.5 cm) up to48” (122 cm) wide.
- Energy-friendlyand cost-effective, the SOFFLEX 2 Mattress does not use power, is reusable, andcosts significantly less than your standard powered mattress.
- TheSOFFLEX 2 Mattress weights an incredible 28 lbs (12.7 kg) based on 36” x 80”(91.5 cm x 203 cm) size for a lightweight alternative, making it easy totransport and adjust.
- Mattresscover is both fluid-resistant and flame-resistant. The cover’s top material caneasily be cleaned and disinfected without ruining the material.
For people who:
- Are at risk of developing pressure ulcers and/ or tissue injury or who currently have skin/soft tissue breakdown.
- Have any stage pressure ulcer, skin grafts or recent myocutaneous flap surgery.
- Need comfort.
- Need a mattress that provides an individualized fit.
|*Medicare code:||E0373, Group 2 Support Surfaces|
|Construction: Air cell pads (qty. 3):||Polyether polyurethane Foam base: Polyurethane foam Tubing: Silicone or Polyurethane Inflation port: Acetal Inner liner: Fabric composed of fiberglass, modacrylic, and polyester Mattress cover: 100% polyurethane-coated polyester.|
|Includes:||SOFFLEX 2 Mattress, hand inflation pump with Quick Connect, operation manual, and product registration card|
|Height:||8.5 in. / 21.5 cm.|
|Width:||36 in. / 91.5 cm.|
|Depth:||80 in. / 203 cm.|
|Weight:||28 lbs / 12.7 kg|
|Weight Limit:||650 lbs / 295 kg|
|Warranty:||Mattress System: 5 Year Limited Warranty;
Cover: 18 Month Limited Warranty.
*Decisions about how to code a product in the U.S. are the responsibility of the provider/supplier. Since U.S. Medicare coding is subject to change, the provider should always confirm the HCPCS code and coverage criteria aspart of the client assessment process. For coverage criteria in other countries, consult your local ROHO distributor.
How Mattresses Can Actually Make Your Life More Difficult
A solid mattress can give you years of comfortable sleep—however, the question is how long will it actually last?
Normally, manufacturers will recommend that you change your mattress after every eight years. However, if a mattress is well taken care of, you could potentially extend that lifespan another two years or so – unless you are over the age of 40, which you may need to purchase a new mattress every five to seven years as the body cannot tolerate as much pressure as it used to. I would recommend a therapeutic mattress such as the Roho Sofflex 2 Air Mattress, which is designed to care for the skin and keep the user comfortable for years on end. The Roho Air Mattress is also beneficial for users that are prone to skin breakdown.
If you want your mattress to last the entire time frame that it’s meant to, it’s important that you take good care of it. Here are some helpful tips that will keep your mattress fresh and healthy.
Try to rotate your mattress every two months or so to help keep an even feel.
Utilize a bed frame that has center support incorporated within it to prevent the mattress from sagging after use.
However, even if you are taking care of it, the time will come when your mattress will begin to wear out. When this occurs, dust mites, dead skin, and body oils will begin to accumulate. It’s not only disgusting, but it can have some detrimental effects on your health if you’re not careful.
Sounds gross, doesn’t it?
Since you spend about one-third of your life in bed, you better trust that after some time, your mattress will start to build up all that nasty junk from your body. Yes, your mattress is now the host of a grand feast for dust mites.
Unfortunately, these dust mites are extremely difficult to see due to the fact that they are invisible to the eye. Most of us aren’t aware that these dust mites aren’t in our mattresses. But, the population that suffers from allergies will have it pretty bad. Dust mite allergies can lead to itchiness, runny nose, watery eyes, sinus pressure, and coughing. It’s not a comfortable feeling.
It doesn’t get much better if you have intermittent asthma either. Dust mites will only exacerbate your allergies and you could be at an increased risk for an asthma attack, chest tightness, and even difficulty sleeping. Isn’t your mattress supposed to be a place of solace? Don’t wait until it’s too late, find a new mattress that will help support you as well as fight against these dust mites, such as the Roho Sofflex 2.