Skil-Care EZ Landing Fall Mats are designed to help reduce the impact from bed related falls. The one-piece electrometric foam surface is beveled to provide a low-profile edge to reduce tripping hazard. The anti-microbial agent protects the mat from mold, mildew and order causing bacteria. The low-profile surface allows resident to stand, walk or wheel over the mat without difficulty. The mat comes with a non-skid top and a slip resistant bottom.
Secure Fall Mats have a beveled edge and serve well as a bedside safety mat. They are designed to protect at-risk patients from fall injuries. Placed beside the bed, these cushioned mats have a beveled edge that minimizes tripping hazards and allows wheelchairs to easily roll-on or roll-off. The safety bedside mat is slip-resistant on both sides. Bedside floor mats are designed with a one-inch thick Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) foam for maximum fall impact absorption. This bedside safety device helps to prevent injuries to patients from accidentally rolling and falling out of bed. Select between the standard or the waterproof mat with glow in the dark edges.
The High Density Foam floor mats help prevent injury to the patient in the event of accidental roll-off from the bed. Constructed from high-compression foam, the mats provide a firm support surface to be placed beside the bed to create a safer environment for the at-risk patient. =
Posey Floor Cushions help reduce the risk of injury due to a fall near a bed or chair. They include beveled edges to help reduce the risk of tripping hazards that can arise when using walkers and wheelchairs over an elevated surface. Made of low-profile EVA foam that absorbs up to 85% of a fall’s impact* and is tested according to ASTM test protocols for shock absorbency.
The Fall Alarm Floor Mat Monitor dimensions: 24" x 70"x 1" Bed Alarm Sensor Pads are placed under the resident on the bed. When resident gets up and pressure is released from the pad the bed alarm monitor will sound (Monitor Required)
The CordLess Floor Mat can be place by the bedside or in a doorway. When the resident gets out of bed or tries to leave the room and pressure is applied to the mat it will send a signal to a monitor to alert the caregiver.