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NEED OPERATING MANUAL FOR INVACARE TURN 2 PLUS MATTRESS PUMP

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  1. Use the (M) Auto-Firm Button. Press the Auto-Firm Button to engage auto firm. The Mattress will become firm for nursing procedures. An indicator lights to notify the bed is in Auto-Firm mode. A timer will cancel auto firm in 30 Minutes. Should the nurse be called away, an unattended patient will not be left on a firm surface.
  2. Set the patient weight with the Weight selection buttons (G).
  3. Press the "Center" static Turning Mode button (I).
  4. Place the patient on the bed.
  5. Center the patient on the bed from side-to-side and head-to-foot.
  6. Use a regular pillow under the head for comfort and to prevent the head from rolling excessively.
  7. Raise side rails.
  8. Press the desired Turning Mode button (O).
  9. Press the Full Turn Range button (J).
  10. Set the Turn Interval time with the up/down buttons (L).
  11. If the patient feels the bed is too soft/hard press the up/down Comfort Range buttons accordingly (H).

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