|The Relief-Care™ Pro Bariatric Pressure Redistribution Mattress System uses advanced Surface Cut Technology (SCT™) to create a clinically effective support surface. SCT™ enables Blue Chip to produce a therapeutic dual-zone PPF™ Pressurized Polymer Foam support surface with varying features and properties. This engineering advancement creates a pressure redistribution mattress that offers the patient a clinically effective mattress with low interface pressures. Our design absorbs and redistributes a patient’s weight to provide greater comfort, maximum support, and proper pressure redistribution around bony prominences. The mattress features a high-density foam perimeter border for additional patient support and safety. Our foam core is constructed using CertiPUR-US® Certified foams, made without heavy metals, formaldehyde, phthalates, and ozone depleters, for a healthy sleep surface. The mattress features a high-density foam perimeter border for additional patient support and safety. The Relief-Care™Pro is covered with a Vyvex-I™ top cover and a medical-grade bottom cover. Vyvex-I™ is a low shear, fluid proof nylon material that is anti-microbial, fire-retardant, stain-resistant, and washable. SCT™ technology creates an advanced pressure redistribution support surface that provides unlimited comfort zones and is effective in the treatment and prevention of pressure ulcers.
Upon request, Relief-Care™ Pro therapeutic foam mattress can be customized as a bariatric mattress. Please specify patient weight when ordering.
The Relief-Care™ Pro is PDAC approved and meets medicare code EO184.
All foams are Latex Free and CertiPUR-US® Certified to be made without ozone depleters, PBDEs, TDCPP or TCEP (“Tris”) flame retardants, mercury, lead, and other heavy metals, formaldehyde, phthalates regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. CertiPUR-US® foams have Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) emissions for indoor air quality (less than 0.5 parts per million).
All Mattresses Meet Federal Flammability Standard 16 CFR 1633, California Technical Bulletin #117 & #129, 603, Life Safety Code 101, and City of Boston BF 1X-11.