About Patient Care
Patient Care helps people manage their lives and actively participate in their own health care.
Frequently Asked Questions
Mattress Systems - How do I know if the pressure (comfort) setting of the mattress is suitable for my weight?
If there is bottoming-out that means the pressure setting is inadequate (or too low) for you. Bottoming-out can be checked by sliding one hand between the deflated air cell and directly under the patient. Users should be able to feel the minimal contact. If there is an incident of bottoming-out, simply adjust the pressure range a little higher.
Mattress Systems - How do I clean the mattress and pump?
Wipe the pump unit with a damp cloth and a mild detergent, and keep it away
from dust. If other detergent is used, choose one that will have no chemical effects
on the surface of the plastic case of the pump unit.
Phlegm Suction Unit - Which type of patient by using the unit?
It is suitable for use by the patient who has difficulty in phlegm removal due to illness, coma and operation, as well as for aspirating such liquid as pus and blood during the clinical practice.
Phlegm Suction Unit -How do I clean the unit?
After use, empty the holder, clean up dirt on the holder and plug with soft brush or rag, flush it with water and conduct sterilization. Place the holder, cover and all tubes into the Kangweida disinfectant compounded with disinfector tablets (0,5 g per tablet) in 1:500 concentration for 1 hour.
Keep the glass holder away from any sharp utensils to avoid drop in the process of cleaning and application.