Mattresses

Prevent bed sores with our pressure relief mattresses and mattress overlays designed for use with hospital beds to provide the ultimate in comfort.

Sort by these hospital bed mattress subcategories…

Innerspring & Foam Mattresses
The Invacare Softform Excel and Premier mattresses and Mason ShearCare mattresses are some examples of the high quality, multi-layered foam mattresses we sell that are made to help prevent bed sores based on their construction. We also carry anti-bacterial water-resistant innerspring hospital bed mattresses.  

Air Mattresses
Alternating Pressure, Low Air Loss and Lateral Rotation (turning) or lateral rotating air mattresses are designed to aid in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers (also called bed sores) and are perfect for hospital beds.

Mattress Overlays
Alternating pressure pads and gel foam mattress overlays are a less expensive alternative to air mattresses and attach to an existing hospital bed mattress. 

Don't know which type of hospital bed mattress you need? 
We're written a comprehensive "Hospital Bed Mattress Buying Guide" to help you pick the RIGHT mattress for your unique needs. Check it out. 

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  • Innerspring & Foam Mattresses

    Innerspring & Foam Mattresses

    A good hospital bed mattress will redistribute body pressure points to prevent bed sores 

    Foam hospital bed mattresses will vary greatly based on their effectiveness at preventing pressure ulcers (bed sores) by redistributing the body's pressure points and allowing air flow to the body. The Invacare Softform Excel and Premier mattress and Mason ShearCare mattresses are some examples of a high quality, foam mattress made to help prevent bed sores based on its construction. The exact mattress to choose from can be confusing, but it is primarily based on how susceptible the user is to getting pressure ulcers, which is usually based on how much of the time the user is laying in the bed.

    Don't know which type of hospital bed mattress you need? 
    We're written a comprehensive "Hospital Bed Mattress Buying Guide" to help you pick the RIGHT mattress for your unique needs. Check it out. 

     

  • Air Mattresses

    Air Mattresses

    Low Air Loss • Alternating Pressure Air Mattresses • Lateral Rotate • Turning • Eliminate Bed Sores

    These therapeutic, pressure relief air mattresses are a complete mattress system that replace the existing mattress on the bed. 

    The Invacare, Probasics, Lumex and Drive Medical air mattress replacement systems are all designed to aid in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers (also called bed sores) by means of: 

    • Alternating Pressure - Air cells alternately inflate and deflate allowing redistribution of weight and pressure points
    • Low Air Loss - Helps maintain dry, aerated sleeping surface preventing body heat build up
    • True Low Air Loss - Increased air flow through air cells & cover onto body
    • Lateral Rotation - Turns patient side to side to set angle during set time cycle

    All methods offer pressure relief and improved air circulation by either weight redistribution and/or allowing air to reach the body, preventing heat build up.

    Don't know which type of hospital bed mattress you need? 
    We wrote a comprehensive "Hospital Bed Mattress Buying Guide" to help you pick the RIGHT mattress for your unique needs. Check it out. 

  • Mattress Overlays

    Mattress Overlays

    Pressure Relief Mattress Overlays • Alternating Pressure Pads & Mattress • APP, Foam & Gel Therapy Overlay

     Alternating Pressure Pads and foam or gel mattress overlays are a less costly alternative to mattress replacement systems and attach to an existing hospital style bed mattress. The alternating pressure pad systems are designed to aid in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers (also called bed sores) by alternately inflating and deflating air cells in the mattress overlay or pad in a regular cyclical pattern. This offers pressure relief and improved air circulation; allowing air to reach the skin and preventing sweat build up. Some overlays also include Low Air Loss therapy which helps prevent and treat pressure ulcers by maintaining an aerated, dry sleeping surface which in turn prevents skin moisture build up between the body and mattress. Recommended for the elderly, infirm and handicapped.