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G5000 - Kangbo

  • Protects occupants safely against falls and injuries
  • Perspex side inserts provide both scope and protection
  • Stable steel tube frame
  • Safety perspex side gate allows easy carer access and can be ordered on either or both sides
  • Headraiser and kneebreak has a safe lift capacity of 170kg
  • Height adjustable
  • 4 lockable castors allow for easy movement of bed
  • Intense colours give a cheerful ambience
  • Can be obtained in special sizes to suit individual user requirements
  • Code - Size, Sleeping Surface, External Size, Height, Patient Weight
  • G5000 - Small, 70 x 140cm, 82 x 157cm, 34 - 84cm, 135kg
  • G5001 - Large, 90 x 200cm, 102 x 217cm, 34 - 84cm, 135kg
Kangbo

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H187 - ICON KIDZ - 2 Core Paediatric Pressure Care Mattress

  • Upper visco grade memory foam layer is pressure sensitive, which maximises contact surface area with the patient, eliminating pressure points
  • Dense foam base layer provides comfort and support while helping to prevent patient ‘bottoming out’
  • 2-way rotational
  • Multi stretch cover repels water without restricting airflow
  • Anti-microbial
  • 100% waterproof under correct care conditions
  • Integrated zip to allow removal of cover for cleaning
  • Protection flap on zipper prevents ingress of fluid though zip
  • Heavy duty PVC protective base on cover
  • Optional upgrade to Duobase PU Base with Premi-flex upper available
  • Suitable for general wards, rehabilitation units, aged care, ICU and home care
  • Premium grade heavy weight medical foams used all conform to AS/NZS standards (for details visit www.fortehealthcare.com.au)
  • Standard Lengths: 1980mm or 2030mm
  • Standard Thickness: 100mm
  • Standard Widths: Single 880mm, King Single 1050mm
  • Effective Weight Range: 25-70kg
  • For more mattress options, see the Pressure Care Section of this website
ICON KIDZ - 2 Core Paediatric Pressure Care Mattress

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