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Air-assisted Turning Device Improves Caregiver Safety

09:01 EDT 3 Aug 2017 | PR Newswire

ALLENTOWN, Pa., Aug. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- HoverTech International (www.HoverMatt.com), the leader in air-assisted safe patient handling, introduces the Q2Roller® Lateral Turning Device (http://HoverMatt.com/q2-roller.html) for effortless patient turning without manual lifting or pulling. The Q2Roller is comprised of two chambers that the caregiver inflates with the HT-Air® 1200 Air Supply (http://hovermatt.com/ht-air-1200.html) to achieve optimal positioning for hygiene, wound care and pressure relief from bony prominences. With the Q2Roller, Q2 (every 2 hour) turning protocol is easier and safer for caregivers and patients, and access to the sacrum and perineum is improved. Breathable fabric minimizes heat and moisture buildup, making it comfortable for the patient and protecting the integrity of the skin.

About HoverTech International:

Based in Allentown, PA, HoverTech is the leader in air-assisted safe patient handling solutions that create a safer environment for both the caregiver and the patient. In addition to the Q2Roller® Lateral Turning Device, HoverTech offers a complete line of patient transfer and lift equipment, including the HoverMatt® Air Transfer System for lateral patient transfers and the unique HoverJack® Air Patient Lift for vertical patient lifting. For more information go to: www.HoverMatt.com.

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SOURCE HoverTech International

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