In-Patient Specifications

AMM has five foam types for in-patient beds. Select one below for a detailed view of the foam layers and other product specifications.

Cover Multi-directional stretch or 70D nylon for fluid proof cover options


Anti-sheer liner dissipates heat & reduces friction (included with Multi-directional stretch)


Multi-section foam support Head, torso, leg section - 1.9lb density; Heel section - 1.6lb density


Base support 1.8 lb density foam


Side support 2.0 lb density foam


The Comfort Advanced mattress offers optimal pressure reducing dual foam layers, a two-zone design, and supportive foam side rails. The base layer of the Comfort Advanced is made of 1.8lb density foam. The top foam layer has two zones: a 1.6lb density heel section and a 1.9lb density head, torso, and leg section. Additionally, this mattress comes with a 2.0lb density internal rail foam support and has a sloped heel option. Cover options include 70D nylon or Multi-directional stretch pressure reducing fabric. All in-patient mattress cover options are anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, latex free, and made of 100% fluid-proof, medical grade fabric.

Product Specifications

  • Dual-layer and dual-zone patient surface design
  • 75% pressure relief - 25% pressure reducing
  • Antimicrobial, anti-static, tear resistant, radiolucent, latex free and artifact free
  • 100% medical grade green foam
  • Cover options: 70D nylon (no butyl backing) or Multi-directional stretch
  • Exceeds Cal TB 117, 16 CFR 1632 flammability standards
  • Weight Capacity: 450lbs
  • Five (5) year cover and core warranty

What’s included?

  • Anti-shear inner liner reducing heat & friction (included with Multi-directional stretch cover only)
  • Low slip bottom (no slip bottom available)
  • Four (4) reinforced handles (can be removed upon request)
  • Double-folded seams
  • Zipper with overlap flap (sewn shut available upon request)
  • 2.0lb density side rail foam support (can be removed upon request)

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