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The Healing Layers of Immerse
A quilted layer partners with the top cover fabric to reduce friction and shear—enhancing patient comfort and healing.
10-Inch Air Cells
Twenty 10-inch air cells allow Immerse to fully conform and envelop the patient. Air escapes from the cells, dissipating heat and moisture.
A layer of foam under the air cells provides temporary support should power be interrupted.