Therapeutic Foam Mattress for Hospital Beds
Mattresses are incredibly important for most everyone but especially so for those who require the use of a hospital bed, and even more so for those confined to bed for long hours. If you're shopping for a quality foam mattress for sale, you'll find you can buy discount foam mattresses here that are tops in quality but low in cost. All are discounted, some significantly. Look at the Gravity 7 & Gravity 8 Pressure Redistribution Mattresses, currently on offer for less than half of list price. They're available in three lengths, 76", 80" and 84", and will support up to 300 lbs. They provide good defense against skin ulcers or skin breakdown.
A therapeutic foam mattress can consist of different layers, zones,
features and densities. These products are designed to redistribute
pressure and are used in the prevention and early stages of pressure
ulcers. A softer foam is used to cradle the head, while a foam which
becomes softer as more heat or body temperature is applied is used to
cradle the heels. Multiple layers of foam offer pressure redistribution
for the torso while higher density and IFD foam are placed on the side
of the mattress for side support.
Find a mattress by weight capacity or size:
Use this reference to determine which mattress has the weight capacity and size you need:
Hospital Bed Mattress Weight Capacities and 75/76" length mattress
Hospital Bed Mattress Supply
Foam is measured in two ways: density and firmness. Density is associated with performance and durability, and is measured by pound per cubic foot. Firmness is expressed as IFD or indentation force deflection. That measurement is determined by the amount of force required to indent the foam by 25% of its original height.
Our Support Surface catalog offers a wide array of mattress pads, air mattress, low-air-loss, alternating pressure and lateral-turning mattress systems. Individuals needing long-term support with therapy to prevent skin ulcers, or are currently fighting the redness that comes from being bed-bound, or treating existing skin ulcers and bed sores, our
Support Surface Catalog
offers products for both Group I
and Group II
therapeutic support system categories.