Domus 1 & 2s

For High Risk​​

Alternating pressure redistribution system — Improving pressure ulcer management with accessible and easy-to-use pressure relief pad.

Domus 1 improves the prevention and treatment of low risk pressure ulcers. The lightweight and compact design of the alternating pressure pad allows caregivers to set up and deliver pressure relief care efficiently. Domus 1 can be placed over the existing mattress to provide periodic pressure relief treatments without the hassle of relocating the patient.
Domus 2 is an upgrade of Domus 1 with the heel slope design that improves heel pressure relief by supporting the back of the heel and increasing in-contact surface area, effectively distributing pressure across the lower leg. Domus 2 provides accessible and reliable pressure relief care with its compact pad design and ease of use.

Deliver pressure relief care, anywhere

  • Suitable for long-term care and home care patients. 
  • Lightweight, compact pad for accessible pressure relief care. 
  • Heel slope design for reliable, prolonged heel pressure relief. 
  • Medical grade PVC pad improving hygiene, safety, and quality. 
  • An ideal transition mattress for homecare. 

Intuitive pump interface allows caregivers to adjust pressure settings according to the patient's weight.

Caregivers can quickly secure the pump to most beds with the adjustable hanger design.

Tuck the anti-sliding extension flap under the existing mattress to prevent pad movement.

Heel slope supports even pressure distribution across the lower legs, reducing pressure on the heels.

What materials are the air cells made from?

All air cells are made from Thermoplastic Polyurethanes (TPU). It is highly resistant to breaking down when in contact with water (hydrolysis), soft to touch, and minimizes friction and noise during patient movements.

What does it mean when air cells have cell-in-cell? What are their benefits?

Cell-in-cell design refers to encapsulating a firm air cell within a larger outer cell, doubling the effect of firmness and stability for patients. Wellell’s Domus Series, including Domus 1 & 2, uses air cells with the cell-in-cell design in the sacrum area to improve patient support and comfort during sitting positions and when patients leave and enter the bed.

What material is the cover made of?

The cover is made with nylon/PU and is vapor permeable, fire-resistant, and water-resistant. See specifications for more details on the fire-retardant standards.

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