Anodyne Medical’s Hill-Rom to Feature Stimulite Honeycomb
Supracor’s Stimulite honeycomb will now be featured in Anodyne Medical’s Hill-Rom sleep support surfaces, Supracor has announced.
The honeycomb developed by Supracor has long been used in wheelchair cushions for clients who need skin protection and pressure relief. Now Stimulite honeycomb will also be marketed as Hill-Rom’s NP200 Wound Surface in mattresses. Different configurations of the honeycomb are used to “create multiple zones of fine-tuned pressure relief that self adjusts to the patient,” according to Supracor.
For more information on the NP200 line, visit Anodyne Medical at www.anodynemedicaldevice.com
This article originally appeared in the SCI Handbook: October 2008 issue of Mobility Management.