Real-time analysis precisely adjusts the surface
Aquari analyzes the pressure waveform generated by the patient when sinking into the surface, then precisely adjusts the air density in the pad to simulate immersion in a fluid medium.
As a result, the Aquari technology not only delivers better outcomes* for patients undergoing surgery but also addresses broader challenges associated with pressure injuries such as readmission rates and extended length of stay.**
• Normalizes tissue symmetry and perfusion
• 3-dimensional envelopment
• Proven clinical pressure injury reduction
*Mass General Quality Improvement Project
**NPIAP PI Fact Sheet
Delivering Better Outcomes
Perioperative pressure injury prevalence rates for certain high risk surgery such as orthopedics are as high as an astonishing 55%. The true cost of a pressure injury is measured in patient suffering, litigation, increased length of hospital stay and the associated cost.
The Aquari is a successful approach because it is based on a simple notion: Rather than the body being forced to conform to a surface, the surface conforms to the body.
How It Works
Aquari dynamically changes the molecular density of the air in the surface in response to patient load. This creates true 3-dimensional envelopment to maintain blood flow and tissue perfusion by evenly redistributing pressure. The result? Minimize high pressure points, reducing tissue deformation and contribute to pressure injury reduction.
Aquari may be used for any surgical procedure performed on a general surgical table. Best suited for long procedures and for patients at risk for pressure injuries.
We guarantee all of our products for a period of one year from the date of shipment from Mizuho OSI for defects in material and workmanship with the exception of products which are misused, altered or damaged.
U.S. Patent No. 7,287,289