ROHO® PRODIGY® Mattress Overlay System

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The ROHO PRODIGY Mattress Overlay System provides an individualized fit in order to protect skin and soft tissue from breakdown.

A non-powered, air-filled, adjustable, zoned, reactive, full support surface, PRODIGY is intended to conform to an individual’s shape to provide skin/soft tissue and deep tissue injury protection. Flexible, interconnected air cells can be adjusted to match the individual’s body contour. Each of the three sections can be adjusted separately to address specific, changing needs.

In the United States, the ROHO PRODIGY Mattress Overlay is distributed through Moxi Enterprises, LLC.

www.moxiusa.com / 800-942-7678

  • Adjustable to shape and weight and to changes in individual’s position over time.
  • Promotes a comfortable environment to assist with pain management.
  • Zoned – Three sections each 36 in. × 27.5 in. (91.5 cm × 70 cm).
  • Accommodates other positioning devices beneath the overlay.
  • Segmented for use in positions other than 180°.
  • Hydrostatic distribution of load across the entire contact area.
  • Provides 3 in. (7.5 cm) of immersion.
  • Does not use electricity (no noise or heat from a pump, no issues transporting patient’s bed).
  • Sections can be easily cleaned and disinfected and may be patched to extend use.
  • Cover is machine washable and can be disinfected.
  • Can be re-used with multiple individuals.
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ROHO® PRODIGY® Mattress Overlay System

Contact our Customer Support Department:
800-736-0925
orders.roho@permobil.com

Specifications
Medicare code* E0197: Group 1 Support Surface
Construction flame-resistant polyvinyl chloride, DEHP-free
Includes PRODIGY Mattress Overlay sections (3 sections snap together for a complete system), operation manual, dual action hand pump, repair kit, overlay straps, product registration card
Height 3.5 in. / 9 cm without load
Width 36 in. / 91.5 cm
Length 81.75 in. / 207.5 cm
Weight 9.5 lbs / 4.3 kg
Weight Limit 300 lbs / 136 kg
SKU PRODIGYSYS
Warranty 12 Month Limited Warranty

*Since U.S. Medicare coding is subject to change, the provider should always confirm the HCPCS code and coverage criteria as part of the client assessment process. For coverage criteria in other countries, consult your local ROHO distributor.

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