APOLLO 3 PORT™
Alternating Pressure Mattress
low air loss
Availability: In stock
Therapy: Alternating Air Pressure Mattress System with Low Air Loss.
Use: Prevention And Treatment Of Stages I-IV Pressure Ulcers.
Size: 35" X 80" X 8"
Bladders: 18 Independent 8″ Deep Air Cells
Cover: Fluid Proof, Anti Microbial
Supports: 350 lbs
Misc: Designed To Fit All Standard Hospital Beds.
Product Comparison: Extemely Durable, Effective & Affordable.
The best value in alternating pressure mattress systems on the market!!!
Apollo 3 Port™ Alternating Pressure Mattress with Low Air Loss – Blue Chip Medical
The Apollo 3 Port™ Alternating Pressure Mattress with Low Air Loss provides pressure redistribution for the prevention and treatment of Stages I-IV pressure ulcers. User friendly controls and ease of setup make Apollo 3 Port™ ideal for home bound use. The cover is loose fitting and will conform to the body. The mattress was designed to fit all standard hospital beds. Apollo 3 Port™ alternating pressure mattress supports patients weighing up to 350 lbs.
The Apollo 3 Port™ Alternating Pressure Mattress with low air loss utilizes 18 independent 8″ deep ventilated low air loss bladders which include lasered air holes in the sacral and torso areas to help minimize skin maceration by reducing excess moisture under patient. Ventilated bladders help in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers. Air cells are constructed of laminated medical grade nylon and (TPU) thermal polyurethane fabrics. This combination ensures strength, durability and patient comfort.
Vyvex III™ multi-directional stretch fabric transfers moisture away from the patient’s skin. The cover is low shear, washable, anti-microbial, fluid resistant and fire retardant. Cover is loose fitting and will conform to the patient.
CPR Valve quickly deflates alternating pressure mattress system for medical emergencies. A simple twist releases the air immediately. This multi-purpose CPR Valve can be used to inflate or deflate the mattress with our optional blower pump.
Pump Control Unit Features:
Unique 3 Port design provides continuous air flow to the 3″ static air base of mattress.
- Alternating mode offers the benefit of alternating pressure therapy and reactive hyperemia. This helps to redistribute pressure well below 32mmHg.
- Control dial adjusts mattress from soft to firm for patient comfort.
- Normal Pressure Alert indicates that system is operating correctly.
- Low Pressure Alert indicates that output needs to be increased for heavier patients or accidental disconnection of hoses.
- Adjustable Pump comes with adjustable hanger brackets to secure unit to bed.
- Fits all makes of hospital beds.
Transport locking device:
Ensures mattress remains inflated during a power outage or for patient transport. Reinforced hoses prevent air restriction due to kinking. The optional blower pump can inflate or deflate the mattress through the multi-purpose CPR valve in under four minutes. This reduces waiting time for therapeutic treatment to begin.
Apollo 3 Port™ meets California Technical Bulletin #117 for fire retardancy. An optional fire barrier is available to meet the most stringent fire safety requirements when requested.
Optional Heel Section:
4 bladder heel section provides advanced dynamic therapy specific to the prevention and treatment of heel ulcers.
Optional Patient Safety System:
4600-SRS Foam Side Rail Safety System. Helps to prevent accidental falls
Optional Blower Pump:
Quickly inflates and deflates mattress through CPR valve in under 4 minutes.
For California Residents Only:
Prop 65: Is a California law that requires labeling of vinyl material that contains certain chemicals.
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
All Blue Chip Medical products are below the threshold.
About Blue Chip Medical Products:
Blue Chip Medical Products is a US Manufacturer. Their products are recognized the most Durable and Clinically effective therapeutic products for the prevention and treatment of Stages I-IV Pressure Ulcers.