Following the success of the Treat-Eezi Community Pad, we can now offer a Full-length Treat-Eezi Overlay, available with or without a Vapour Permeable Cover. This answers all the questions asked by Nursing Homes & Hospitals who prefer a top to toe Treat-Eezi version which can easily be wiped with a cover!
Using our Unique Patent Pending Quadruple layer of fine Polyester Fibres the Treat Eezi naturally and gently moves with the patient creating an almost ZERO chafing area allowing the patient a silent, comfortable sleep along with the assurance any ulcers present are given the best possible chance to breathe and heal.
Like the Community version, this full-length product requires no electricity, no pumps or any maintenance contracts. The Overlay can be washed to 80 degrees and bleached (but no fabric softeners). All in all, a trouble free but highly effective product!
- Assisted in the healing Stage 2, 3 & 4 Open Wounds within 4 weeks (Clinical trial data downloadable below)
- Pressure testing shows the Treat Eezi pad mapped at 28mmHg on a patient weighing 170lbs/12 stone/76 kilos with normal bone structure and in the supine position. (Data downloadable below)
- A recent clinical study on 6 cases shows improved blood flow maintaining healthy tissue. (downloadable below)
- Proven to reduce users temperature and has a cooling effect over and above other surfaces. (downloadable below)
- No pumps, no electricity nor power needed, no adjustments required.
- Breathable, lightweight & hard-wearing material guaranteed for 2 years. The internal Polyester fibres work in such a way to achieve minimal shearing. It can be frequently washed and bleached to avoid cross infection at 80 degrees.
- 4-layer overlay takes a weight-bearing load of up to approximately 25 stones/159 kilos.
- Pad resistant to abrasion.
- Not suitable for pelvic obliquities or windswept hips when used in a seating position.
- 2 years manufacturing warranty from date of purchase.
- Vapour Permeable covers available for multi-patient use or patients with incontinence issues.**
- X-Ray translucent.
- BARIATRIC Overlay Range now available for custom order (approx. lead time 4 weeks) - Contact us for further details.
** If vapour permeable covers are used, we recommend periodically, that the overlay is taken out of the cover and laundered or shaken & left to breathe. This allows the many thousands of fibres inside Treat Eezi to bounce back, allowing air to flow. The Treat Eezi overlay should always be taken out of the cover when storing or laundering.
Considering individual circumstances may be appropriate for the use of these products. Standard medical care must be followed always. These products are not intended to replace any procedure or guidelines in place for the prevention of pressure wounds. For additional protection whilst seated we recommend the pad is folded and always placed on a foam-based chair (recliner, sofa etc., etc.).
Due to personal hygiene reasons and to avoid cross infection being passed from one person to another we regret we are not able to accept returns of this product once it has been opened and used.
Following comments from Professionals with time constraints, the manufacturers’ have introduced an industry approved vapour permeable cover. This allows easy cleaning/wiping. We do however believe the less you put between our Treat Eezi material and the user the more effective it will be.
DO NOT associate this product with any other on the market. It has achieved a Worldwide Patent status following years and years of research & hard work creating this unique product and have clinical data to back claims up!
PRESSURE SORES – WARNING SIGNS
You need to seek further medical help if any of the following occur:
- An increase in the size or drainage of the sore.
- Increased redness around the sore or black areas starting to form.
- The sore starts smelling, and/or the drainage becomes a greenish colour.
- You develop a fever.
What kind of complications can be caused by pressure sores?
- Can be life-threatening.
- Infection can spread to the blood, heart, bone.
- Prolonged bed rest.
- Autonomic dysreflexia