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BariKare® with AtmosAir®

ProductsBariKare® with AtmosAir®
Company Kinetic Concepts, Inc.
Item BariKare® with AtmosAir®
Features AtmosAir® MRS Features:
  • Self Adjusting Technology™ (SAT™) maximizes body weight displacement automatically and continuously to minimize tissue interface pressures
  • Nine SAT™ air cylinders provide dynamic, non-powered pressure relief
  • Weight dial allows adjustment of SAT™ value settings to optimize pressure relief therapy for patients >500 lbs.
  • The sloped heel section with visco-elastic foam helps to protect the heel section by off-loading the heel to reduce tissue interface pressures
  • Firm perimeter provides stability and support for patient and caregiver
  • The Dartex® mattress cover with a fluid resistant and anti-bacterial cover protects the mattress and allows for wipe down cleaning

BariKare® Features:
  • Built-in scale display provides instant, accurate readings at the touch of a button, located on both side rails
  • Easy-to-use bed controls facilitate flexible patient positioning with conveniently placed controls, allowing caregivers to raise and lower the bed, and tilt the chair position as needed
  • Sturdy frame safely accommodates patients up to 850 lbs. and handles traction and IV poles
  • Front exit facilitates patient ambulation and egress
  • Side rails accommodate wider patients by extending 5-3/4 on each side, and allows easier patient transport through doors by rotating down and tucking against frame
  • Cardiac chair positioning facilitates up-in-chair orders which enhance pulmonary benefits
  • X-ray cassette holder eliminates unnecessary patient transfers
Description A Bariatric bed providing a flexible environment for patient care, paired with a pressure relief mattress system for comfort, support, treatment and prevention.

Large patients weighing up to 850 lbs.
Large patients at risk for pressure ulcers
Any large patient using a static mattress that would benefit from a pressure reduction surface
Patients whose body weight and size pose a significant risk or care management issue to the patient or staff during the performance of routine nursing care
Patients whose condition requires med/surg bed frame features

Unstable cervical, thoracic and/or lumbar fracture
Cervical and skeletal traction
Total weight in excess of 850 lbs. (including accessories)

Side Rails and Restraints - Use or non-use of restraints, including side rails, can be critical to patient safety. WARNING: Serious injury or death can result from the use (potential entrapment) or non-use (potential patient falls) of side rails or other restraints.
Patient Migration - As with all specialty bed products that are designed to reduce shear and pressure on the patients skin, the risk of gradual movement and/or sinking into hazardous positions of entrapment and/or inadvertent bed exit may be increased.
Monitor skin conditions regularly
Care should be taken during patient transfer by engaging Instaflate mode
Maximum patient weight is 1,000 lbs. in all widths in the static and turn assist mode
Skeletal Traction - With skeletal traction, use care to guard against risks of patient migration or inadvertent deflation of air surface.
Info Kinetic Concepts, Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 275-4524
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