ROHO® SOFFLEX 2® Mattress Overlay System

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The ROHO® SOFFLEX® 2 Mattress Overlay is a cost effective solution for different care settings while providing superior skin/soft tissue protection.

The ROHO SOFFLEX 2 Mattress Overlay is a non-powered, airfilled, adjustable, zoned, reactive, full support surface that is intended to conform to an individual’s shape to provide skin/soft tissue and deep tissue injury protection and an environment to facilitate wound healing. The SOFFLEX 2 Mattress Overlay provides individualized pressure, shear and friction management through force redistribution to an individual’s shape.

Flexible, interconnected air cells can be adjusted to match the individual’s body contours, providing individualized therapy and critical skin protection. The SOFFLEX 2 has three sections for an individualized fit. Each of the three sections easily snap together to form a complete mattress overlay and can be adjusted per section to address the specific needs of the individual’s body shape and size.

In the United States, the SOFFLEX 2 Mattress Overlay is distributed by 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.
  • 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 3in. (7.5 cm) of immersion.
  • Does not use electricity (no noise or heat from a pump, no issues transporting patient’s bed).
  • Sections are easily cleaned and can be disinfected and can 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® SOFFLEX 2® Mattress Overlay System

Contact our Customer Support Department:
800-851-3449
orders.roho@permobil.com

Specifications
Medicare code E0371
Construction Polyether polyurethane
Includes SOFFLEX 2 cell pad (3 sections), operation manual, product registration card, dual action hand pump, repair kit, overlay straps.
ROHO® Reusable Mattress Overlay Enclosure Cover.
Height 3.5 in. / 9.0 cm without load
Width 36.0 in. / 91.5 cm
Depth 81.75 in. / 207.5 cm
Weight 6.5 lbs / 2.9 kg
Weight Limit 330 lbs / 150 kg
SKU SFLX2SYS
Warranty Mattress Overlay: 18 Month Limited Warranty
Cover: 6 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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