Patient Air Mattress
A patient air mattress, also known as an alternating pressure mattress, is designed to provide comfort and pressure relief to patients who are bedridden or have limited mobility. This type of mattress is commonly used in hospitals, nursing homes, and home care settings to prevent and treat pressure ulcers, also known as bedsores.
Our patient air mattress product is designed with a unique alternating pressure system that inflates and deflates different sections of the mattress to provide pressure relief to different areas of the body. This system helps to improve blood flow and reduce the risk of pressure ulcers.
The patient air mattress is made of high-quality, durable materials that are easy to clean and maintain. The mattress features a waterproof cover that is breathable, helping to prevent moisture buildup and promote patient comfort. The cover also has a non-skid bottom to prevent the mattress from sliding on the bed frame.
The patient air mattress is easy to set up and use. It comes with an air pump that inflates and deflates the mattress sections automatically, and a user-friendly control panel that allows you to adjust the pressure settings to suit the patient’s needs.
Our patient air mattress is available in different sizes to fit standard hospital beds and home care beds. The mattress is lightweight and portable, making it easy to transport and store when not in use.
In addition to providing pressure relief and preventing pressure ulcers, the patient air mattress can also improve patient comfort and quality of sleep. The alternating pressure system helps to distribute weight evenly, reducing pressure on sensitive areas of the body, such as the hips, shoulders, and back.
Overall, our patient air mattress is a reliable and cost-effective solution for patients who are at risk of developing pressure ulcers or who require pressure relief due to limited mobility. Its unique alternating pressure system, durable construction, and user-friendly design make it a popular choice among healthcare providers and caregivers.