TurnAll Facts and Benefits


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TurnAll Facts and Benefits - 1

• Prevention of pressure ulcers • Workflow optimization • Release resources your solution for repositioning benefits of automatic lateral repositioning Levabo® a turn in ... The right direction

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Why and what is the complications of immobility pressure ulcers (most often on the buttocks, sacrum, hips and heels - also known as decubitus), kidney and bladder infections,lung / respiratory infections and several other implications, including: A healthy, mobile person turns several times an hour while he / she sleeps. This movement relieves pressure, stimulates the body, improves circulation, and prevents problems associated with immobility. Immobilized people who do not turn or reposition often enough have a significant risk of developing • Pneumonia • Venous stasis • Thrombosis •...

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Levabo® offers more joy of life for Patients and Caregivers Traditional prevention methods by manual repositioning versus automatic repositioning The traditional way to avoid the formation of pressure ulcers is for a family member, caregiver, or institutional worker to regularly turn the patient (it is recommended that this be done every two hours) and stabilize the patient in a new position to relieve tissue compression and restore blood flow. This has to be done around the clock, and unfortunately this manual process has a significant number of disadvantages that include: 1. The...

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Benefits for patients your solution for repositioning For which medical conditions is Turn All® 30° lateral repositioning recommended: The features of the Turn All® System provide a number of important benefits for immobilized bed users such as: • Spinal cord injuries causing paraplegia and quadriplegia (with or without ventilator) • Muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis • Severe head injuries and stroke • Severe respiratory ailments such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease • Immobility due to aging • Cancer • Guillain Barre Syndrome • AIDS • Coma • Amputations • Osteomyelitis •...

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Benefits for home-based caregivers There are a number of significant benefits accruing to institutions as a result of investing in Turn All®. These include: • Increased productivity of nurses and auxiliary • • • staff by reducing the amount of manual turning of patients required. This allows employees to spend their time more efficiently and productively in the care of their patients An effective way to treat or avoid pressure ulcers and other complications of immobility Equipment can be used with existing beds, Turn All® can be integrated into any care bed with removable mattress. The...

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Cost benefits for the healthcare industry For an industry struggling to control its costs, Turn All offers significant savings by focusing on a strategy to prevent problems before they occur. It offers: • Significantly reduced direct medical expenses associated with repeated hospitalizations to treat pressure ulcers and other complications of immobility such as bladder and respiratory infections. It is estimated that pressure ulcer prevention is 9-10 times cheaper than treatment - Dealey Report (2012) • Support for a de-institutionalization strategy that makes it possible to move...

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More on benefits • Extensive pressure relief / wounds of pressure injuries • Preventionof existing pressure injuries / wounds • Treatmentdisorders • No sleep level • Low noise patients are carefully positioned • Even heavy • Gentle positioning even for patients in pain Slight mattress, on the • Side support system:primarylifting of the provides support opposite side of the lifting side, Pain Gentle positioning even for patients in pain Mobility Provides early mobility to critically ill patients whose condition or instability prevents the implementation of other forms of mobility. Early...

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ROI - return of investment Pressure ulcers and repositioning In kroner and øre, pressure ulcers are therefore expensive in an already financially pressured healthcare system. According to American studies, the average cost of a pressure ulcer that has arisen during hospitalization has been set at a low of DKK 250,000 (1). There are no recent figures on what pressure ulcers cost Danish society, but a Danish study estimated in 2013 that the costs ran up to approx. 1.3 billion (2). In 2015, it is estimated that one pressure ulcer in Denmark costs DKK 200,000. 90% of this amount goes to care...

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