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Inflatable Board (IBO)

The ideal tool for tilting patients.
An ergonomic breakthrough in hospital care.

Inflatable Prone Support (IPS)

World’s first inflatable, disposable prone support for surgery in prone position.

Inflatable Support (IxS)

Inflatables in different shapes and variations to support and position body parts during any surgical or medical procedure and examination.


Flexible mat for lateral repositioning (left and right) of patients every two-four hours.

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Inflatable cylinder for reposition a body part of a patient laying in bed.



Inflatable Prone Ventilation (IPV)

World’s first inflatable support for prone ventilation of ARDS patients.



A specially designed air pistol to safely inflate and deflate the Ergotrics devices.

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What our clients say about us

“We can now easily reposition the patient alone. Before we needed two, sometimes three nurses.  The advantage of the Morphemat for the patient? Its back is supported from neck to legs and not at two points.  See our video testimonial”
Johan Jespers

Johan Jespers

Nurse Intensive Care Unit

“The IPV is a super product. Thank you for your beautiful and practical solution to ventilate patients comfortably in the prone position.”

Team Intensive Care

AZ St-Maarten Belgium

“This method is simple, more ergonomic and more hygienic than the ways and materials with which one is familiar today. The position of the patient was correct and stable.”

OR Team

UZ Leuven (Belgium)

“One day these medical devices will become mandatory.”


UZ Gent (Belgium)

“With the Ergotrics inflatable prone positioning system you can work much faster, more hygienically and healthier for the staff, both when the patient is transferred to the prone position and during the positioning itself.”

Prof Robert Pflugmacher,

Universitätsklinikum Bonn (Germany)

“The ergonomic advantages of inflatable positioning devices are clear. Furthermore we think that the optimal positioning also will result in less intra-abdominal pressure and therefore less venous pressure, better operating conditions and possibly less intraoperative blood loss. We will investigate this further.”

Dr. F. van Eijs, M.D, Ph.D.

Anesthetist, ETZ The Netherlands