Harvest Standard Foam Crash Mat
For patients at risk of falling out of bed, special measures must be taken to ensure their safety. Aside from the use of bed rails, a crash mat should be placed on the floor to soften any impact in the event of a fall. The Harvest Standard Foam Crash Mat is designed specifically for this purpose, providing a soft landing to any patient who falls out of bed.
Features and Benefits
- Provides safety to patients likely to fall out of bed
- Ensures a soft landing in the event of a bed fall
- Made with the same foam found in pressure relieving cushions
- Perfect for use with Harvest Low Profiling Beds
- Complete with a waterproof and vapour-permeable cover
- Dimensions: 1830 x 610 x 100mm
Safety and Peace of Mind
Since carers can never be sure when a patient is going to fall out of bed, during the day or in the middle of the night, it's important to be prepared for any scenario. With this mat, carers in charge of at risk patients will gain extra peace of mind that injuries will be avoided when the patient is unsupervised. Made with the same high-quality foam used in many pressure relieving mattresses, this mat will allow carers to be sure that they're doing everything possible to properly tend to their patients.
Perfect for Low Profiling Beds
This fall mat is ideal for use with Harvest Low and Ultra Low Profiling Beds. When used with these low profiling beds that are closer to the floor, the patient can simply roll out of bed and onto the mat, all but eliminating the risk of serious injury. The two of these products used together represent an excellent solution to problems associated with patients prone to bed falls.
Hygienic, Waterproof Cover
When it comes to caring for foam cushions, both protection and breathability are crucial. The cover supplied as standard is waterproof, ensuring that no fluids or spills will cause long term damage to your mat. In order to maintain the bounce-back and shape of the foam over time, the cover is vapour permeable, allowing for air to freely pass through the area between the cushion and user.