Air Pressure Mattress

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  1. Invacare microAIR MA500 Alternating Pressure LAL Mattress
    microAIR MA500 Alternating Pressure LAL Mattress
    • Cell in cell design helps prevent bottoming out in the event of a power failure
    • Natural heel slope is designed to decrease pressure in the vulnerable heel area
    • Highly vapor permeable and oversized pliable quilted nylon top cover is designed to provide low shear, friction and moisture protection
  2. Invacare microAIR MA600 Alternating Pressure LAL Mattress
    microAIR MA600 Alternating Pressure LAL Mattress
    • HeelSense™ Technology can help provide further therapy and comfort by decreasing pressure in the vulnerable heel area
    • Max Inflate Mode is designed to provide quick maximum inflation within seconds to aid with transfers and nursing procedures
    • Cell in cell design helps prevent bottoming out in the event of a power failure
  3. microAIR MA1000 Alternating Pressure LAL Mattress
    microAIR MA1000 Alternating Pressure LAL Mattress
    • True Low Air Loss Therapy provides extra comfort for moisture and temperature control
    • Auto Fowler Mode safety feature can detect the pressure of buttocks automatically and adjust pressure accordingly
    • HeelSense™ Technology can help provide further therapy and comfort by decreasing pressure in the vulnerable heel area

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When it comes to maximizing patient comfort and preventing skin issues such as pressure ulcers or skin shearing, many professionals refer to air pressure mattresses. An air pressure mattress provides more pressure distribution than your average mattress can, and also helps to avoid the creation of pressure points.

Most air pressure mattresses feature alternating pressure. Powered by a motor, the pressure in various parts of the bed can be increased and decreased. This alternating pressure helps to prevent the sinking feeling that you get when you lie on a spring mattress for too long. Additionally, as the pressure changes, it helps to release the pressure that may have developed between your body and the mattress. This promotes better blood circulation, which helps to keep your skin healthy.

Bedsores and pressure sores develop when you stay in one position on one mattress for too long. Air pressure mattresses, with their alternating pressure, can be an excellent defense against the development of bedsores. Because you can adjust the pressure of the mattress, you can immerse yourself in the mattress, further distributing your pressure across a greater surface. You’ll also find that many air pressure mattresses have special mattress toppers to help reduce moisture, too, which contributes to skin health.

Air pressure mattresses are used in professional rehabilitation settings, but they are also ideal for home use. Most mattresses can be rolled up and easily stored away when not in use.

You will have a variety of air pressure mattresses to choose from. Be sure to keep factors like motor settings, mattress size, weight capacity, price, and backups for power outages in mind when you shop for a mattress that’s right for you.