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     The DynaTurn™ rotational therapy mattresses support the treatment and prevention of pulmonary or other medical complications associated with immobility. The DynaTurn™ mattresses help:
  • Reduce the prevalence of pneumonia in long-term ventilator patients.
  • As an intervention for patients at risk for adult respiratory distress syndrome.
  • In treatment modality for patients with lack of viable turning surfaces
  • Provide assistance with patient transfers and direct care activities.
DynaTurnTM Features:

  • Available in standard and bariatric sizes
  • Full body lateral rotation up to 40° on each side
  • Variable rotation cycle times from 3 to 90 minutes
  • 3 modes of pressure relief
  • Static Low-Air-Loss
  • Pulsating Low-Air-lass
  • Continuous Lateral Rotation (with Low Air-Loss)
  • Fowler feature increases airflow when head of bed is elevated 30°
  • Automatic return to therapeutic settings after 30 minutes in auto firm mode
  • 4-side bolsters help prevent patients from falling or rolling off the mattress while providing easy entry and exit
  • Lockout to eliminate unintentional setting change
  • Turn & Hold Feature
  • Low Pressure and Power Failure alarms

5'4" 215lb Female

Sensors: 1088  -  Avg Pressure: 4.5  -  Max Pressure: 33.52  -  Ctr of Pressure: 12.8,33.20

Clinical Considerations:

  • Assess the security of all invasive lines and tubes to accommodate the programmed angle of rotation and minimize the risk of binding, disconnecting or dislodging.
  • Risk of potential entrapment or falls may be elevated during continuous rotation therapy. The use of side rills should be considered on a patient specific basis.
  • Use of lateral rotation therapy does not replace the need/requirement for repositioning.


  • Unstable spinal cord injuries
  • Unstable pelvic, thoracic, cervical injuries or fractures
  • Severe contractures