Mattress Systems for Pressure Management
Whether you need an easy-to-use 2-in-1 Alternating Pressure Low Air Loss model or an advanced system featuring 3-in-1 Alternating Pressure, Pulsation and Rotation Therapies, we offer all therapy mattress systems at discount prices.
Positive outcomes: Group 2 support surfaces can prevent pressure ulcers, and help treating existing pressure sores while helping control pain, enhance the quality of sleep and life, and make care giving for bed-bound patients easier.
Group 2 support surfaces include:
- mattress overlays
All are designed to prevent or treat for pressure ulcers, bedsores and other types of skin tissue breakdown.
Pressure-reducing mattresses redistribute a patient's weight so as to relieve pressure points. An alternating air mattress, which is a specific type of medical air mattress, contains air cells that are continually inflated and deflated, which relieves pressure points and promotes better circulation.
Group II Therapeutic Mattress Types:
- Non-Powered Pressure Reduction Mattress - Channels air through cells for maximum patient immersion. Dry Flotation.
- Alternating Pressure Mattress - Alternates inflation and deflation of cells to constantly change pressure points and promote circulation.
- Low Air Loss Mattress - Floats the patient on air-filled cells while circulating air across the skin to reduce moisture and help maintain a constant skin interface pressure "True Air Loss" utilizes 100-150 liters of air per minute to maintain normal skin temperature and moisture levels, yet will not dry out therapeutic dressings.
- Lateral Rotation Mattress - Select the interval to rotate the patient from side to side in order to cyclically change pressure points. Reduces risk of pulmonary complications, stimulates gastrointestinal tract, improves circulation and provides pressure relief without disturbing the patient.
Learn how Low Air Loss, Alternating Pressure and Rotational Mattress works
We offer a complete line of static and dynamic therapeutic mattresses designed to help control some of the external factors that result in optimum pressure management.
Solving Skin Problems:
All things considered, the patient is always the most important part of the wound care equation. Patient care can't be compromised, so neither should their mattress system. These mattress systems serve an important purpose, transforming the problems associated with extended lying or sitting into solutions that eliminate compromised blood flow and the resulting effect of tissue breakdown.
Read more about skin breakdown and pressure ulcers/sores