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TotalCare SpO2RT® 2 Bed

Complex medical conditions require innovative technology

The TotalCare SpO2RT® 2 Bed is intended to help caregivers provide quality care for patients with severe and complex medical conditions. The bed provides advanced bed features when dealing with a loved one who has limited mobility or is immobile. The TotalCare SpO2RT® 2 pulmonary surface will help prevent and treat skin breakdown when combined with recommended turning protocols, promote comfort, and is intended to help prevent or treat pulmonary complications due to immobility.

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Product Features

Full Chair Positioning

The TotalCare® bed features a full chair position which allows your loved one to achieve a sitting position with the touch of a button. To further allow mobility, it offers a chair egress which is intended to make it safe and easy for your loved one to be able to stand up and walk away from the bed.

The Right Bed with the Right Features to Help Assist Your Loved One

  • Continuous Lateral Rotation Therapy - provides gentle, side-to-side therapy to aid in the prevention of pulmonary complications related to immobility as well as offering pressure relief for skin care
  • Percussion (clapping of chest wall to loosen secretions in the lungs) and Vibration (shaking of chest wall to help move lung secrections for easier removal) Therapy can be done separately or together as directed by physicians orders
  • Weight based pressure redistribution mattress - the mattress provides pressure redistribution by automatically adjusting the air system based on cushion pressures and the users weight
  • Advanced Microclimate® Management technology with comfort adjust provides the user the ability to change the pressure of the mattress in the head, seat, and heel sections
  • Trendelenburg - allows the user to place the bed in a tilted position which enables their head/neck to be lower than their lower extremities
  • Reverse Trendelenburg - allows the user to place the bed in a tilted position which enables their lower extremities to be lower than their head/neck
  • Point-Of-Care® siderail controls with touchscreen Graphical Caregiver Interface feature (GCI®) to operate the functions of the bed
  • Digital head of bed angle indicator and alert  
  • 3 mode bed exit sensor with alert
  • FullChair® and chair egress with stand assist to allow user mobility
  • Boost® One-Button Repositioning system makes it easy to reposition the user towards the head of bed
  • Turn assist - allows the caregiver to turn the user for linen or dressing changes
  • FlexAfoot® electrical bed retraction and extension - allows the caregiver to extend or retract the bed to customize to the user's length
  • Safety stop and alert for pulmonary therapies when side rails are down


  • Use of active therapy surfaces with patients with unstabilized spinal cord injury could cause serious injury to the patient.
  • Use of continuous lateral rotation therapy is contraindicated for patients with cervical or skeletal traction.

Technical Specifications

Bed height
Low position (floor to surface): 21"
High position (floor to surface): 45"

Sleep surface
Width: 35"
Length, fully extended: 85.25"

Overall width
Side rails down: 36.5"
Side rails up: 40"

Bed length
Fully extended: 92.5"

Approximate bed weight: 525lbs (without surface)

Weight capacity: 550lbs

Maximum back angle: 75°

View References
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  4. Krishnagopalan S. Body positioning of intensive care patients, clinical practice versus standards. Critical Care Medicine. 2002
  5. Ahrens T., et al Progressive Mobility™ Therapy Guidelines for Critically Ill Patients. Advancing Nursing. 2005
  6. Fink M.P., et al The efficacy of an oscillating bed in the prevention of lower respiratory tract infection in critically ill victims of trauma. Chest 1993 103 1543-1547
  7. LaGrange K., A comparison of non rotational and rotational interventions. Hill-Rom White Paper. 1997


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