Invacare Solace Prevention Mattress is first in a series of Solace Prevention two-layered mattresses designed to prevent pressure ulcers in low-risk users. Soft head and heel section protect vulnerable areas. The Invacare Solace Mattress features zoned layers of high density foam for pressure relief on areas of the body that are susceptible to pressure ulcers. For ultimate comfort it includes soft head and foot sections.
Invacare Solace Prevention Mattress with Raised Side Supports provides support and relief for medium to high pressure ulcers. Its raised side supports are designed for ultimate comfort and the high-density foam feature technology that is ideal for users.
Solace Mattress Features and Benefits
- Helps distribute weight and lower interface pressure to help prevent pressure ulcers in low-risk patients.
- 70 denier nylon cover guards against friction with non-skid bottom surface.
- Convoluted foam helps circulate air around mattress user
- Two layer quality foam designed for preventing pressure ulcers
Product Specifications (Both Models)
- Product Numbers: SPS1080 & SPS1080RSR
- SPS1080: 36 x 80 x 6 Inch.
- SPS1080RSR: 36 x 80 x 9 Inch.
- Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
- Nylon top cover and tri-laminate vinyl bottom for ease in cleaning and durability.
- Two layer, high quality foam.
- HCPCS Code: E0184.
- Warranty: 5 years for mattress and 1 year cover.
Manuals and Documents
- Solace Mattress Manual provides cleaning instructions and warranty information.
- Additional Information
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsWhat are the dimensions of this mattress? Where is the size chart?
Question by: Sheree Lester on Dec 11, 2016 3:14:01 PMMeasurements are as follows:
Width: 36 Inches
Length: 80 Inches
Height: 6 InchesAnswer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Mar 21, 2017 8:43:00 AMCan this be placed on top of hospital bed for added comfort?Question by: Sally on Jun 20, 2017 2:17:00 AMIt's not recommended that this item be used over a mattress, mainly for safety purposes.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jun 20, 2017 10:22:00 AMMy husband sleeps in a hospital bed that raises and lowers. Does this mattress bend when bed is raised? Please advise before I order.
Thank you!Question by: Marjorie Mohr on Feb 9, 2017 10:53:00 AMThis mattress has enough flexibility to conform with the movement of bed.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Apr 12, 2017 11:53:00 AMIs this made out of memory foam or what is it constructed out of? I was basically looking for a memory foam mattress as I am trying to find a mattress for my hospital bed because the one that came with it is so uncomfortable & hard and I am not looking for anything that has any type of gel pack in it as mine came with one and the first one just completely went out of shape and then they replaced it and the second one actually busted and I woke up in a soaked bed and got them to come get it and they wouldn't replace it which was fine I would have tried just a plain egg shell but they said they didn't have them and I won't go to anything that has a gel pack in it because of the problems I have had with them. Are they covered by insurance or is it out of pocket or what is the recommendations on this mattress, this is why I was wondering if it was made with memory foam or do you have a memory foam mattress for a hospital bed as the one I have is an Invacare brand hospital bedQuestion by: Bill Williams on May 29, 2016 7:29:30 PMHello Mr. Williams,
According to Invacare's product web page, invacare.com/cgi-bin/imhqprd/inv_catalog/prod_cat_detail.jsp?s=0&prodID=SPS1076&catOID=null, the bed is made of foam. It doesn't specifically state whether it is memory foam; however. Regarding insurance: We do not work directly with any insurance companies because we are an online retailer. If you are looking for reimbursement, you will need to place the order through our website and then call your insurance agency afterward.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jun 23, 2016 12:30:00 PMWhat is the thickness of this mattress?Question by: Gene on May 25, 2015 5:22:00 PMThe mattress measures at 6-inches from top to bottom.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jul 27, 2016 12:17:00 PM