TotalCare SpO2RT® 2 ICU Bed

Pressure Redistribution

Complications related to immobility and long term ventilation - such as pulmonary secretions which can lead to nosocomial pneumonia and neuro-muscular dysfunction - are among the most commonly acquired adverse events in critical care. Complexity and cost of care in affected patients increases significantly.  

The TotalCare SpO2RT® 2 Therapy Bed helps caregivers treat patient complications by supporting early mobility strategies in ICU patients. Technology specifically designed to drive evidence based protocol compliance guides caregivers and patients through scientifically acknowledged steps of verticalization and early mobility.

The fully integrated TotalCare SpO2RT 2 surface synchronizes with the frame when any function is activated.


  • Continuous Lateral Rotation Therapy
  • Percussion and Vibration Therapy, including postural setting options
  • Weight based pressure redistribution in any bed position
  • Advanced Microclimate Management technology
  • Point-Of-Care® siderail controls with Graphical Caregiver Interface feature (GCI®).
  • Digital Head of bed angle indicator and alarm   
  • 3 mode bed exit sensor with alarm silence and alarm suspend modes
  • FullChair® and chair egress with stand assist
  • One-button Boost® patient repositioning support
  • Turn assist
  • Optional IntelliDrive® powered transport
  • FlexAfoot® electrical bed retraction and extension
  • HandsFree™ emergency CPR and Trendelenburg
  • History data on patient weight, head of bed elevation, chair position, and pulmonary therapies
  • Therapy reminders
  • Safety stop and alarm for pulmonary therapies when side rails are down

Technical Specifications

Overall length
FlexAfoot® fully retracted 81.5” (207.0 cm)
FlexAfoot® fully extended 93.0” (236.2 cm)
Overall width
Side rails stowed 38.0" (96.5 cm)
Side rails up 40" (102 cm)
Bed height without mattress (5" CASTERS)
Height from floor to top of deck Minimum 17.5” (44.5 cm)
Maximum 36.5” (92.7 cm)
Minimum under-bed clearance:
3.25” (82.6 mm) for 5” diameter casters
4.75” (121.0 mm) for 6” diameter casters
1.75” (44.5 mm) (Under the IntelliDriveTM System unit only)
Trendelenburg/Reverse Trendelenburg 15°/15°
Max Head elevation 75°
Safe working load 550 lbs (249 kg)
Max Patient weight for SpO2RT Mattress 500 lbs (227 kg)
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