“Deceptively Simple, Incredibly Effective”
The patented & NHS clinically approved Treat-Eezi is rapidly becoming the preferred purchase by private individuals in the US & Canada. This is the softest, cost-effective and most easy-to-use method to treat patients susceptible to pressure sores, allowing the patient a peaceful nights sleep ANYWHERE.
Because of its size, it can be transported conveniently in any traveling case allowing the user complete freedom from the traditional products such as electricity-dependent ripple mattresses.
The Treat-Eezi products are a unique patented 3 way polyester weave, the top layer being slightly elasticated which collapses sideways under body weight to envelope the contact areas, unlike air alternating beds which in all cases involve plastic mattresses and pumps, our Treat-Eezi is a static pressure care system, the upwards pressures on the body either in our Overlay Bed mattress or our Wheelchair Cushion product have been measured at just 28mmhg which is way below the normal Capillary blood flow that ranges from 32mmHg to 35mmHg depending on the individual. The inventor of Treat Eezi has years of working for the likes of Roho, Hill Rom and other large American corporations all looked for this magic figure of under 30mmHg as this would avoid peripheral artery occlusions, (closure of blood supply thus developing necrosis of the tissue hence a pressure ulcer of different grades). Treat-Eezi was the very first static product to achieve what everybody was looking for without the need for patients to be supported on a plastic mattress that works by massaging the skin going through a cycle of above and just below capillary blood flow. The major difference between the two systems is the fact that we start off where alternating air beds finish but without the inconvenience of electric pumps and plastic membranes that frequently puncture along with the pumps breaking down.
Treat-Eezi is a range guaranteed for two years from purchase, however our experience shows we still have products working under patients for 4 and 5 years without any issues. The product range can be washed at 92c and has been test washed well over 300 times. The biggest bonus about Treat-Eezi products is in the way they are layered with a very special outer coating that makes each layer move against the next, the top layer stays in place enveloping the contact areas of the body however when the body moves the lower layers glide against each other eliminating shearing of the skin which as you probably know is the cause of 93% of pressure ulcers (World Health Figures) Hence coupled with upwards pressures that are below capillary blood flow and our special anti shearing layers, we have a pressure care prevention system that both prevents and also helps to heal the highest of Grade 4 ulcers.
- Assists in the healing of Stage 2, 3 & 4 Open Wounds within 4 weeks (with clinical trial data)
- Improves blood flow, maintaining healthy tissue.
- Reduces temperature and has a cooling effect over and above other surfaces.
- No pumps, electricity or power needed, no adjustments required.
- Breathable, lightweight & hard-wearing material.
- Can be frequently washed and bleached to avoid cross-infection.
- Pad resistant to abrasion.
- 2 years manufacturing warranty from date of purchase.
- Easily transportable .
- No minimum weight load.
- X-ray translucent.
Standard medical care must be followed at all times. These products are not intended to replace any procedure or guidelines in place for the prevention of pressure wounds. For additional protection, place the pad on a foam-based surface (bed, sofa, etc.)
WARNING SIGNS - 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 and/or bone.
- Prolonged bed rest.
- Autonomic dysreflexia