Apollo Healthcare Technologies announce the launch of the Morpheus Mattress9th Jan 2017
Apollo Healthcare Technologies (AHT) is delighted to announce the launch of the Morpheus 'High Risk' pressure reducing mattress. The mattress was designed in conjunction with Mammoth Technologies, a pioneering provider of mattresses to the domestic markets.
Mammoth have scientifically applied their foam technology to ensure an enhancement in sleep performance and wound prevention. It is this aspect that they have worked with AHT to produce a healthcare mattress that not only provides a very high quality pressure reducing mattress but also is clinically proven to help users sleep better and in turn, recover from illness faster.
Managing Director of AHT, David Locke says, “Pressure Ulcer Prevention will always be at the forefront of all of AHT’s product lines and now working with Mammoth Technologies, AHT has managed to produce an exceptionally high quality pressure reducing mattress that will have the added benefit of improving a user’s sleep efficiency. The Morpheus has a great end result where accelerating healing or wound prevention is important.”
Founder of Mammoth Technologies John Tuton agrees, “The partnership with AHT was an obvious one. Looking at their new product lines, they bring real clinical benefits and value to the market. The ‘Mammoth’ Morpheus Mattress pressure maps as well as any of the market leading pressure reducing mattresses, with the added benefit of being clinically proven to enhance sleep efficiency. This critical evidence proves we can really aid patients recover from illness faster. Mammoth’s mattresses have been scientifically tested in the world’s leading Sleep Laboratory at the University of Northumbria, under the guidance of renowned expert Dr Jason Ellis. It is his clinical paper which outlines the improvement in sleep efficiency and the physiological and psychological benefits to its users.”
For further information on the Morpheus Mattress, please email email@example.com or call the sales team on 01924 400900.