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Synergy® Air Elite Low Air Loss Therapy

Customized care for your needs

With its choice of therapies, the Hill-Rom® Synergy® Air Elite surface enables caregivers to create customized treatment for their loved ones. The surface provides flexibility throughout the healing period by providing the option to choose alternating pressure therapy when your loved one needs it.

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Product Features

The comfort control feature facilitates pressure redistribution to suit individual needs and the low-air-loss capability helps keep skin cool and dry.

  • Low air loss therapy for moisture control helps keep the skin cool and promotes a dry healing environment
  • Alternating pressure therapy provides pressure redistribution for the prevention and treatment of pressure injuries
  • Individual air cushions have adjustable pressure to suit individual patient comfort needs
  • Waterproof and vapor permeable ticking
  • Max inflate provides uniform firmness to accommodate caregiver procedures and safe transfers
  • 2.5" foam base provides support in the event of a power failure


Use of active therapy surfaces with patients with unstabilized spinal cord injury could cause serious injury to the patient.

Technical Specifications

Standard length: 85"

Standard width: 36"

Standard height: 10"

Therapeutic patient weight limit: 600lbs

Weight: 33lbs

Flammability: 16CFR1633, 16CFR1632, and Cal 129 only

Bariatric version
Standard length: 85"
Width: 39", 48"
Height: 10"
Therapeutic patient weight limit: 1,000lbs
Weight: 40 lbs
Flammability: 16CFR1633, 16CFR1632, and Cal 129 only

Air supply
Length: 16.5"
Width: 6.7"
Height: 10.6"
Weight: 13.2lbs

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Eliminating Facility-Acquired Pressure Ulcers at Ascension Health

In 2004, as part of Ascension Health's "Healthcare That Is Safe" initiative, St. Vincent's Medical Center, as an alpha site, was charged with defining best practices to eliminate facility-acquired pressure ulcers.

A comprehensive plan, including the "SKIN" (Surfaces, Keep the patients turning, Incontinence management, Nutrition) bundle, was developed.
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