PREZZO

PREZZO range of pressure reducing foam mattresses provide premium grade CMHR (combustion modified heat resistant) and VE (visco elastic) foam mattress solutions for pressure ulcer prevention and management for use on profiling beds with vulnerable patients in all healthcare settings.  

Premium quality foam is utilised throughout the range configured to optimise pressure redistribution and improve the patient microclimate in order to reduce the risk of pressure development in vulnerable patients.

The supporting foam is encased within a foam U-core to provide a stable and supportive edge to facilitate ease of transfer onto and off each mattress.

 

 

 

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