Alternating Pressure Mattress Systems

For more than two decades, Blue Chip Medical Alternating Pressure Mattress Systems are the clinically effective choice for the prevention and treatment of stages I-IV pressure injuries for the hospitals, long term, acute care and home care market.  Blue Chip alternating pressure mattress systems provide patients comfort and maximum pressure redistribution for the prevention and treatment of Stages I-IV pressure ulcers.  All Alternating Pressure Mattresses feature Low Air Loss to help minimize skin maceration by reducing excess moisture under the patient. Blue Chip offers innovative low air loss delivery through the cover, automated 2 stage fowler functions, patient sensing technology and more, to keep patients in an optimal state of wound care therapy.

Through Blue Chip’s innovative technology, surface pressures are diminished below capillary closing pressure. This improves blood flow to the skin, reduces pain, and accelerates healing for the treatment and prevention of pressure injury. Blue Chip Mattress systems are available to fit all standard hospital beds and in pediatric, geriatric, and bariatric configurations. Blue Chip powered mattress systems are effective and durable for institutional use and the homebound patient. Custom mattresses can be built for your specific application.  Our warehouse and manufacturing facility is located in New York.

Apollo 3-Port™

Alternating Pressure Low Air Loss Mattress System. Durable system features alternating and static modes, adjustable comfort & cycle time. 36" x 80" Supports 350 lbs. Optional Side Rail System


Alternating Pressure Low Air Loss Mattress System. An extremely quiet system featuring alternating and static modes, adjustable comfort. 36" x 80" Supports 350 lbs. Optional Side Rail System

Adapt Pro Elite™

Alternating Pressure, Enhanced Low Air Loss Mattress with Patient Sensing Technology. Automatic fowler adjustment. Advanced technology. 36", 42" & 48". Support 400 - 800 lbs. Optional side bolsters.

Power Pro Elite™

Alternating Pressure Gentle Low Air Loss Mattress System. 36" 42" & 48". Blower technology supports up to 1000 lbs. Alternating, Static & optional pulsation modes. Advanced features.


Tradewind Alternating pressure low air loss Mattress System offers unparalleled performance and value. 36", 42" & 48". Tradewind RTS-RC features a hard-wired remote control.


Alternating Pressure Mattress Systems with Gentle Low Air Loss incorporates the features that clinicians demand for their patients in a portable system.


Self-adjusting air mattress replacement system helps to provide proper pressure redistribution to reduce interface pressures

EO193 Integrated Low Air Loss Bed

Integrated alternating pressure low air loss mattress system & adjustable frame. Qualifies for EO193

Low Air Loss Mattress

The benefits of Low Air Loss therapy for the prevention and treatment of bed sores is well documented.

Alternating Pressure Mattress Systems

Alternating Pressure Mattress Systems with Low Air Loss, provide greater comfort and circulation for the prevention and treatment of stages I – IV pressure ulcers.

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