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Having successfully trialled its new range of pressure care equipment in various care settings, Airospring Medical has now launched its new collection to the market.

Describing the range as “pressure relieving equipment but with a difference,” the company’s range of pressure-relieving cushions and mattress toppers have been created with 3D spacer fabrics rather than foam.

Emphasising that the high-tech fabric provides an effective and breathable form of pressure relief, the products feature microclimate technology, promoting the dissipation of heat and perspiration.

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In addition, it has extended the collection with the addition of a dementia-friendly range of cushions, incorporating Airospring’s unique material but featuring a standard household cushion design so as not to look overly clinical and daunting for those with dementia.

Available in a range of different contrasting colours which can be picked to contrast against furniture to help those with dementia identify where to sit down, the range comes in a low, medium and high-risk option.

According to the company, the pressure relief cushions distribute weight and allow maximum airflow, providing benefits to the skin through creating the microclimate, and have been tested in care facilities.

For retailers looking to offer new pressure care options to the hospital and care home sectors, Airospring’s new range could prove particularly attractive.

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