Article provided by: Sterling Hospital Mattress
If you are searching for hospital bed mattresses for sale, then you have found the right company to buy from. Sterling Sleep Systems is a pioneer when it comes to designing and fabricating incredible products that have already received awards for their excellence.
What size mattress does a hospital bed take?
You probably already know that hospital bed sizes don’t follow the same measurements that we use on our homes. In a medical facility, there is no such thing as queen- or king-sized beds. Having into consideration the most frequent sizes of beds in health institutions, we offer three dimensions of mattresses: 6, 8, and 10 inches of thickness.
With sterling memory foam on the inside of our mattresses, their shape conforms with the individual’s temperature and weight, increasing the rate of support even further. By buying our products, you are also saving money, since you are extending the product’s life when you replace any of its parts. Also, we make amazing efforts to prevent solid waste.
How much does a medical bed cost?
Usually, hospital beds can cost from 500 to 5000 dollars. But, since we know that there are many reasons why you have to personally acquire one, whether to care for an ill relative at your home or even for yourself, we have cut down the costs of our hospital bed mattresses for sale. Our mattress costs even less than the average price, and with our replacement parts, you will be investing in a long-lasting product.
Our mattress is specifically designed to provide whoever’s laying on it, a proper spinal alignment support and a reduction of capillary occlusion. These actions will result in fewer decubitus ulcers (also known as bed sores), very frequent among hospital patients. With the waterproof cover, the mattress will remain dry, while being more hygienic than other products.
Can any mattress be used on adjustable beds?
Usually, adjustable beds can only bend four types of mattresses materials: memory foam; latex foam; traditional innerspring; and air beds. However, besides these two last ones being so frequent between traditional homeowners, using them on adjustable beds is not advisable. Furthermore, if you are looking to lay a patient on a mattress, the innerspring and air ones are going to cause more harm than good.
If your goal by using a regular mattress on an adjustable bed is just to save money, you should know that someone’s life is crucially more important. Our mattress provides amazing health features such as anti-bacterial and anti-microbial protection. Thinking about adjustable beds usage, we have installed a black nonskid patch, in order to reduce the mattress movement at the bottom, allowing the mattress to stay in place when elevating the base of the bed. This will prove quite useful when feeding the patients or when positioning them.
Visit our local store in California, where we can answer any doubts that you might still have about our products. We are sure that you will love our services at Sterling Sleep Systems, as well as our hospital bed mattresses for sale.