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Human BioSciences Inc., a biotechnology company, engages in the development and manufacture of collagen based products for wound care management worldwide. Its products include SkinTemp II, a porous collagen membrane attached to a composite nylon mesh; and Medifil II that is spherically designed collagen particles. We at HPFY stores, offer Collagen Wound Dressing.

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Frequently asked questions

The word 'mattress' is dervied from the Arabic word to mean 'to throw' and 'place where something is thrown at'. In the early days, the Arabs slept on cushions thrown on the floor and this system was adopted by Europeans during the Crusade. The term 'materas' descended into Middle English through the Romance languages.

In the early days, mattresses were filled with different kinds of natural materials like straw and feathers. But in modern times, mattresses have either an innerspring core or materials like latex, viscoelastic or other kinds of polyurethane-type foams. Additionally, you have mattresses filled with either air or water or natural fibers such as futons.

The best mattress is the mattress that is best for you. It is not necessary that the mattress that suits you will suit another. The answer is one of individual taste. There is no one-size-fits-all as far as mattresses are concerned. Each one is built differently and has a different comfort zone.
To find out which mattress is best for you, you need to go through the 'rest test'. This involves lying down on the mattress and determining its suitability factor. As you lie down, you need to check out three things - comfort, support and space. Whichever mattress fulfills these conditions for you is the right one for you.

For that you have to listen to your body... the regular feeling of fatigue and that of not having slept at all when you get up in the morning are all signs that point you to a store to buy a new mattress. Also check for physical signs of wear and tear on the mattress and ask yourself if you are getting a night full of rested sleep or not in comparison with what it was some months ago. This analysing will help.

Nothing should be more important to you than your overall wellbeing. And good, quality sleep plays a major role in your wellbeing. If you are not sleeping well, you are not going to be at your cent per cent best. Sound sleep is very crucial to your physical state of being and so you must invest in the best mattress affordable. The average person spends one-third of his life in bed. That means around 220,000 hours in one's lifetime. Therefore, do not shortchange yourself out of quality sleep.

Types of hospital mattresses include:

  • Water/gel Mattress
  • Foam Mattress
  • Innerspring Mattress
  • Lateral Rotation Mattress
  • Combination Therapy Mattress
  • Low air loss mattress
  • Alternating Pressure Mattress

Medical air mattresses may take 20-45 minutes to inflate initially.

There is no definite answer as what should best be done to avoid further complications. It depends on the location and origin of the wound, the inherent condition of the patient and the performance of the support surface.

  • Ensure that the sheet is the correct size to fit a deep-cell, air-filled mattress so that stretching or ‘hammocking’ does not compromise the benefit of pressure-redistribution associated with cell deflation.
  • Use a 4-way stretch sheet for minimal interference of cell deflation in active/alternating therapy surfaces. 
  • Make sure the sheet does not hamper observation and access to mattress controls such as Wound Valves.
  • The sheet must not interfere with access, visibility or operation of CPR controls.
  • If using a fitted sheet for the first time, with a patient previously nursed on a loose non-fitted sheet, do not assume that repositioning and skin assessment intervals will remain the same.