The JAY Fusion with CryoFluid addresses all four risk factors associated with pressure injuries: pressure, shear, temperature and moisture — a feat the company says only the CryoFluid can accomplish. The patent pending CryoFluid is made of paraffin wax microbeads combined with graphite that absorbs the user’s heat, cooling the skin surface to a therapeutic temperature to help reduce the risk of pressure injuries. CryoFluid actively cools for up to eight hours, “resets” during off-loading, and the capacity for cooling won’t diminish over time. The CryoFluid insert is divided into five chambers to minimize fluid migration for optimal immersion and weight distribution.
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