An Anti-Support Surface has the technology to simulate and suspend a body in an environment which is less or equal to the molecular density of the subject in suspension. This environment (floating) acts as a mechanical energy buffer between the earth and the suspended body. Boyle's law states that at a constant temperature the volume of a gas is inversely proportional to it's ambient pressure. If the device has the intelligence to identify the mass and surface area of the object in suspension then it can correctly calculate the exact air pressure required (viscosity) to suspend the object in a state of floatation. This cannot be accomplished by just blowing an arbitrary constant volume of air into a mattress.
|Patient lays down on our anti-support surface||The Auto-Vector system automatically calculates the exact settings needed to safely provide relief from the pressure of the patient's body in contact
with the surface
|Vascular Occlusion (measurement of the amount of blood blocked) is minimized as the surface dynamically reacts to patient's movements instantaneously and in real-time|
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