Hospital Air Mattress

The average person might spend a third of their life asleep. That equates to eight hours a day. So there are few who don’t understand the nightmare of discomfort whilst in bed. For those who require longer periods of horizontal recovery the result from choosing the wrong mattress moves beyond feelings of mere discomfort to feelings of anxiety, instability and, unfortunately, pain. Above you can view a selection of TGA approved and registered medical pressure Air Mattress, each designed and customised to provide unique benefits for a multitude of conditions.

You can click on any individual product to find detailed specifications, such as the SenTech model, which physically turns the patient 40 degrees at a push of a button to allow blood to flow in high-risk areas. Or if needs require consider the Air Mattress Stage IV 2000, which is specifically designed to elevate tissue ulceration. If a patient is in danger of falling from the bed or hurting themselves from coming into contact with solid sides then the Premium Concave Positioning Cover is ideal because it has elevated modular foam edges cushioned for extra comfort and specifically designed to prevent harm from hard contact whilst simultaneously being sturdy enough to prevent falls. The edges can even be removed for the purposes of cleaning and for transferring patients. And for those looking for a no fuss affordable mattress targeting just the pressure areas then the Air Mattress #10 by Premium is worth serious consideration.

What they all share is a purpose to assist in healing whilst also preventing bedsores and pressure wounds. This is ensured by cutting edge alternating pressure technology, which allows blood to flow in such a way as it would naturally. It’s important not to undermine the important of pressure ulcers, commonly referred to as bedsores, because the word sore might lead one to consider the condition as a slight uneasiness when in actual fact bedsores are second only to drug reactions as the most significant iatrogenic cause of death. Iatrogenic death refers to an unanticipated death caused from the very medical care trying to save a person. Bedsores are skin lesions caused by a multitude of factors including, but not limited to; temperature, medication, age, pressure (specifically unrelieved pressure) and friction. The most commonly affected areas are the major joints; knees, ankles, neck, wrists and elbows however anywhere can be affected. A British nurse in the 1950’s named Doreen Norton discovered the best prevention for bedsores to be physically moving a patient every couple of hours to relieve pressure and keep the body in a state of regular internal motion. This theory is still practised today as a fundamental of nursing. Our mattresses implement these theories, along with innovative technology, to produce high functioning, capable products which ensure the highest level of comfort whilst thwarting bedsores.

When selecting our pressure mattresses we prioritise those made with the highest quality materials as well as those with leading innovation so as to guarantee what we consider are the most important qualities of a medical mattress; comfort and competence. We understand the difference between an ordinary consumer and those purchasing medical equipment. Whilst both may desire reliable, dependable and longevity from products in order to maintain a solid consumer-supplier relationship, the purchaser of pressure mattresses medically needs these traits. And this is why we prioritise quality above all else. Because we aren’t just selling products, we’re selling the single most important aspect of life, good health. The mattresses above are of a higher quality than the ones typically found within hospitals or care homes, and for your convenience can be sorted and viewed by popularity, average rating, newness and price.