Immerse™

Immersion Low Air Loss
Clinicians agree: Immerse™ is easier to use and more comfortable for burns, flaps and grafts patients—while providing similar or better clinical outcomes compared to air-fluidized therapy (AFT).1,2,3 Twenty 10-inch air cells promote high levels of immersion and envelopment from head-to-heel, while the surface’s low air loss capability and high-tech fabric combine to help control patient microclimate. Immerse is sized to fit most Med-Surg and ICU bed frames, enhancing patient comfort and caregiver access.

1. VanWyhe J, Willer S. (2018). The Use of Immersion Therapy Mattress With Low Air Loss in Patients With Myocutaneous Flaps. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2018;45(3):270-273. 2. Knight A et al. (2019). Pressure Injury Prevention Using Low Air Loss in the Burn ICU. Poster presentation at The National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) Annual Conference, 2019. 3. Rahuba L, McKinney T. (2020). Practice Changes to Decrease Patient Falls as well as Prevention/Treatment of Pressure Injuries. Poster presentation at WOCNext 2020.

The Healing Layers of Immerse

Polycarbonate 4-way stretch top cover promotes immersion and envelopment. This proprietary fabric is highly chemically resistant and RF-welded for enhanced infection control and prevention. A quilted layer partners with the top cover fabric to reduce friction and shear—enhancing patient comfort and healing.
View of Immerse top cover and quilted layers

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.

Low Air Loss

Laser-cut holes in the air cells provide constant low air loss to support patient microclimate—dissipating moisture and keeping the skin/surface interface cool and dry.

Proven Clinical Success

Our clinicians have collaborated with hospitals on evidence-based research. These studies show that Immerse helps protect the skin integrity of patients at risk for pressure injuries or patients undergoing surgical repair of skin injuries, such as flaps and grafts.

Fabric Characteristics

Breathable: The specialized top cover fabric promotes airflow for improved patient microclimate but remains resistant to fluids.
Low Friction: A quilted inner layer partners with the top cover to reduce friction and shear—enhancing patient comfort and healing.
Advanced Chemical Resistance: Cover fabrics are highly chemically resistant and RF-welded—two factors that support infection control and prevention.

Details

Key Specifications

Safe Working Load
600 lb./1,000 lb.
Max Patient Weight
550 lb./950 lb.
Width
35”, 39”, 42″ or 48”
Length
80, 82” or 86″
Height
10″
Therapy Modes
Immersion
Pulsation

Clinical Use

Bariatrics
Geriatrics
ICU
Med-Surg
PI Prevention/Treatment
Rehabilitation
Wound Care

Availability

Purchase
Rental

Fight Pressure Injuries

Download the PI Staging Kit

A pressure ulcer/injury is localized damage to the skin and/or underlying soft tissue, usually over a bony prominence or related to a medical device. The injury can present as intact skin or an open ulcer and may be very painful. Learn to identify the stages of a pressure injury in both light and dark skin tones by accessing our Pressure Injury Staging Kit.