Signa Relief Alternating Pressure with Low Air Loss Support Surface (IPS Technology)

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The Signa Relief is a powered alternating pressure / low air loss mattress replacement system designed to aid in the prevention and treatment of Stage I – IV pressure ulcers (E0277). The unique Intelligent Pressure Sensing Technology ensures maximum pressure relief and incredible clinical results. The mattress is configured of 20 deep air cells with support which maximizes surface contact area and weight distribution. Alternating Pressure relief massages the epidermis while continuously changing contact points with the skin’s surface to provide ultra low pressure to over 50% of the surface area. Ultra low pressure helps support healthy blood flow, tissue oxygenation, and nutrient and waste exchange. The system contains low air loss for heat and moisture displacement. The pump has an easy-to-use push button control panel to adjust individual patient’s weight to ensure comfort and to aid caregivers.



  • Patented IPS technology allows the surface to react to patient’s movements and automatically readjusts air pressure
  • Alternating mode with a cycle time of 10 minutes
  • Static mode to facilitate resident care
  • Easy to use push button control panel
  • Digital Screen
  • Adjustable weight setting from 100 lbs to 325 lbs
  • Visual/audible low pressure alert
  • Whisper quiet operation
  • Energy efficient
  • 37” width air cells reduce the risk of entrapment
  • CPR tag for quick deflation
  • Waterproof yet breathable (moisture vapor permeable) cover
  • Complies with Cal. Tech. Bulleting #117
  • Mattress Dimensions: 80”/84” x 37” x 7”
  • Recommended weight limit: 325 lbs

IPS (INTELLIGENT PRESSURE SENSING) TECHNOLOGY separates the Signa Relief from other products available in today’s market. I.P.S. Technology allows the system to ensure ideal pressure levels in the inflated zone by monitoring the air pressure every six seconds. This controlled movement of the air cells gives the benefit of alternating pressure without the extremely high peak pressures. The result is better patient comfort, lower interface pressures, and superior clinical results.


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