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Invacare Softform Excel Mattress Smith & Nephew Exu-Dry Pads And Sheets Anti Shear, Bed Size Span America Geo-Mattress Therapeutic Raised Perimeter Mattress With Wings
  • Firm, foam layer at mattress base
  • Unique castellated cells maximize body contact
  • Removable cover allows for easy replacement
  • - Outer layer: High density polyethylene
  • - Inner layers: Highly absorbent rayon/cellulose blend
  • - Anti shear layer: High density polyethylene
  • Shearing protection at transfer opening
  • Prompts user safely away from edge of bed
  • Reduces risk of dangerous falls or side-rail entrapment
Span America Geo-Mattress UltraMax Premium Theraupetic Foam Mattress For Recessed Deck Frames Span America PressureGuard CFT Mattress Span America Geo-Mattress UltraMax High-Performance Foam Mattress
  • Compressible foot section adds length flexibility
  • Patented inner bolster cradling effect for user safety
  • Individual foam cells accommodate bony prominences
  • Patented inner bolster ’cradling effect’ for user safety
  • Unmatched edge-of-bed stability
  • Recommended for prevention and treatment of Stage I and Stage II pressure ulcers

Pressure ulcers are treatable and can even preventable.

Patients immobilized and unable to move to relieve a pressure point can suffer serious skin breakdown of the skin and soft body tissue in a very short time frame. Unfortunately, this can result in a pressure ulcer. A pressure ulcer, by definition, is "any lesion caused by unrelieved pressure resulting in underlying tissue damage".

However, pressure ulcers are treatable and can even be prevented.

Therapeutic support surfaces, such a pressure relief cushions and mattress systems are a proven way to help prevent and treat pressure ulcers.

Therapeutic support surfaces prevent and treat pressure ulcers by molding to the body to maximize contact, redistributing weight as uniformly as possible, and reducing pressure to below capillary closure.

Pressure Reduction Mattress and Cushions are categorized into two sections:

Group I support surfaces are designed to aid in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers.

  • Gel Overlays distribute pressure uniformly and reduce the friction force. Made with gel
    bladders inside a foam core.
  • Foam Mattress, Multiple layers of contoured foam for maximum pressure reduction.
  • Alternating Pressure Pad - The pad is made of a series of air chambers, which the cell alternately inflates and deflates. This constant change in pressure in different cells reduces pressure points and improves patient comfort.
Group II mattress systems are for pressure ulcer therapy. Provides both therapeutic benefit of pressure relief as well as skin moisture management.

  • Non-Powered Pressure Reduction Mattress - Air is channeled through cells for maximum patient immersion.
  • Alternating Pressure Mattress - Air is pumped into the mattress. The cells are alternately inflated and deflated. This constant change of pressure reduces pressure points and helps promote circulation.
  • Low Air Loss Therapy - The patient floats on air filled cells while circulating air across the skin to reduce moisture. Helps to maintain a constant skin interface pressure. A
    "True Air Loss" can utilizes 100-150 liters of air per minute to maintain normal skin temperature and moisture levels.
  • Lateral Rotation Mattress - This mattress system affords the benefits of the Low-Air-Loss. Additionally, it constantly rotates the patient from side to side cyclically to change
    pressure points. The amount of lateral rotation can be programmed by the caregiver affording the patient additional comfort. Movement of the patient significantly reduces risk of pulmonary complications, stimulates the gastrointestinal tract, improves circulation and the mild movement provides pressure relief without disturbing the patient.