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Home care hospital beds come in a variety of configurations, but one thing they have in common is that all require some form of support surface or hospital bed mattress. A hospital mattress, also known as a therapeutic mattress or medical mattress, must be specially designed to accommodate the person lying on it and also to be able to move with ...
Home care hospital beds come in a variety of configurations, but one thing they have in common is that all require some form of support surface or hospital bed mattress. A hospital mattress, also known as a therapeutic mattress or medical mattress, must be specially designed to accommodate the person lying on it and also to be able to move with the head, foot and height adjustments of which hospital beds are capable. When shopping for a mattress for hospital bed, you'll be faced with a wide range of choices including those that are as simple as a standard, economically priced waterproof unit to ones that are quite technologically advanced. This includes mattresses that are microprocessor controlled and capable of automatically turning an immobile patient at specific intervals in order to reduce the chance that he/she will suffer the effects of pressure sores (bed sores). Our inventory of hospital bed mattresses includes innerspring models, foam mattresses and a combination of both. We have Bariatric models with extra weight capacities and alternating pressure mattresses that continually change pressure points and promote blood circulation.
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  • Innerspring Hospital...
    Most Innerspring Hospital Bed Mattresses are approx. 6" thick. All are constructed to work with hospital beds, in other words, they flex with head/foot up/down adjustment. Hospital Bed Mattress systems are designed to bend with the positioning of the bed and patient. Inner-spring mattresses are the most common type of mattress supplied with Medicare Beds. Mainly because of economics. The innerspring mattress is least expensive and is designed to be supplied with Medicare Beds packaged with a minimalistic regard to patient comfort.
  • Foam Hospital Mattress
    Most Foam Hospital Bed Mattresses are approx. 6" thick. All are constructed to work with hospital beds, in other words, they flex with head/foot up/down adjustment. Hospital Bed Mattress systems are designed to bend with the positioning of the bed and patient. Foam Mattress systems offer superior comfort when compared to Innerspring systems. A Foam Mattress may appear to be softer on the surface, but actually provide a firmer foundation and do not breakdown like Innerspring. Foam mattress systems are available with an assortment of top layer designs for comfort and combating delicate skin issues.
  • Bariatric Mattress
    Most Bariatric Mattresses are constructed of Foam. Mattress height ranges from 6-8" with weight capacities up to 1000 lbs. All are constructed to work with hospital beds and flex properly with head/foot up/down adjustment. They are are designed to bend with the positioning of the bed and patient.