In the modern times, life care industry has grown to unprecedented heights. The intense competition in the medical sector has resulted in many private and specialised hospitals coming to the front. The presence of many hospitals is a boon for the society and mankind but, due to competitive nature of business in the present day world, hospitals are classified by the services and facilities provided by them. The beds provided in the hospitals matter a lot to the people as the level of comfort for the patient expected after paying huge amounts of money is also very high. The mattresses used in hospital beds are available in many options which are illustrated below.
Inner Spring Mattresses
The inner spring mattresses are loaded with responsive inner springs in addition to foam and rich layer of cotton which are ergonomically placed to provide maximum comfort to the patients. The mattresses are covered with vinyl which is non-responsive to alkali and acids. The vinyl cover can easily be cleaned.
Pressure Reducing Mattresses
These mattresses are specially designed while keeping the best interests of patients in mind. The mattresses are made up of four different layers. Each layer is structured to add more comfort to the patient and enable a speedy recovery.
Comfort Nylon Mattresses
The comfort mattresses are ultra-soft and are covered with non-slippery and easy to clean nylon sheets. The nylon sheets are specially processed to be anti-bacterial and are fire retardant.
Fiber mattresses are specially designed for patients of larger size and coated with vinyl covering that is anti-bacterial and easy to clean.
Memory Foam Mattresses
Memory foam mattresses are the best mattresses for patients recovering form physical injuries or fractures. The mattress has 3 layers of foam and the softest layer is installed near the heel and head areas thus allowing the maximum rest for the patient.
One of the expensive mattresses and found in the best hospitals, the shear care mattresses are specifically designed to lessen the healing time of the patients. The vertical structure of foam membranes inside the mattress relaxes the strained parts and helps the patients to recover faster.