The ROHO DRY FLOATATION Isolette has interconnected air cells which provide a low-pressure, low-shear environment for an at-risk infant.

The non-powered, adjustable overlay fits standard hospital and home incubators as well as two to four sections can be assembled to be used in larger pediatric beds.

In the United States, the ROHO Isolette is distributed through Moxi Enterprises, LLC.

www.moxiusa.com / 800-942-7678

Product Features:
  • The ROHO DRY FLOATATION Isolette’s interconnected air cells provide a low-pressure, low-shear environment for an at-risk infant
  • ROHO® LOW PROFILE® air cells protect from possible tissue breakdown while offering portability from one care setting to another
  • The non-powered, adjustable overlay fits standard hospital and home incubators
  • Conforms to the infant’s body contours reducing peak pressure
  • Accommodates interfering medical devices positioned between the infant and the surface to help prevent peak pressures that may lead to pressure injury formation
  • Made of durable neoprene, the cushion is fluid and flame resistant
  • Easy to clean with soap and water
The ROHO DRY FLOATATION Isolette is recommended for infants who:
  • require protection from pressure injuries that can occur from interfering medical devices postioned between the infant and the support surface
  • are at risk for skin/soft tissue breakdown and/or deep tissue injury
  • currently have skin/soft tissue breakdown and/or any category/stage pressure injury (including deep tissue injury) require a mattress overlay that provides an individualized fit
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