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The 7 advantages of the Easyomed system, the revolution for your medical bed.


The patented Easyomed system is the only semi-automatic no-touch system for changing medical examination bed sheets. This technology provides the comfort of “Nonwoven Fabric” (NWF) sheet which slide automatically to provide fresh sheet cover thanks to a wireless remote control. Easy Flow.


“Nonwoven Fabric” sheet ensures practicality and high performance compared to paper. It is soft, comfortable, tear-resistant and above all provides a protective barrier for the patient and the operator.


Easyomed is a solution born from the intuition of an orthopedic doctor. Thanks to the simplicity of assembly, it adapts to most existing medical examination beds. Functional and efficient, it is suitable for structures operating in the medical, physiotherapy and aesthetic fields


“Non-Woven Fabric” sheet helps avoid paper waste, thus contributing to minimizing the environmental impact. Furthermore, the compactness of the sheet wrapped in rolls before and after use significantly reduces the overall dimensions, with obvious benefits in terms of reducing the volumes to be transported, handling and storage.


The simple, elegant and functional design minimizes clutter. The rewound roll of “Nonwoven Fabric” eliminates volumes of paper in the baskets, keeping the work environment tidy and clean.


A practical solution, which combines efficiency and increased speed to change examination bed sheets, guarantees optimal hygienic conditions of examination beds. The roll of “Nonwoven Fabric”, twice as long as the paper roll (140 m compared to approximately 50-70 m for paper), reduces the frequency of changes. And restoring optimal working conditions becomes easier.


The reduced volume of “Nonwoven Fabric” significantly reduces disposal, storage and logistics costs. Compared to paper, unused rolls of “Nonwoven Fabric” take up approximately 50% less space, and more importantly, the used NWF takes 7 times less space than paper (about 840 m of TNT enters a R.O.T. compared to 120 m of paper).