Encompass bed and bath products assist in creating a room environment appropriate for rest and respite. Patients should feel positive about their room so that they can concentrate on their medical circumstances. Bedding and bath products used to care for patients should be selected for their quality and the comfort they impart to the patient experience, as well as for prevention of skin breakdown. A patient’s sense of well-being comes in part from their perception of care and attention to detail.
Encompass offers high-quality patient focused products that meet this need. A broad array of choices is available in blended and knit sheeting, bedspreads, spread blankets, thermal blankets, bath blankets, disposable and reusable pillows, and terry towels and washcloths. Whether you require the high aesthetic appeal of our Impressions line, the durability and longevity provided by our Synergy line, or the economical focus of our Essentials and Merit lines, we have a product to help create a pleasant patient experience.
Encompass Comfort Bed System™
Creating the ideal bed for your patients’ comfort and care.
Each individual item in the Comfort Bed System™ was designed to improve patient care.
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Learn how selecting the proper bed linens and incorporating a no-fold linen system can enhance your patient satisfaction scores. Contact us for more details.
Additional Bedding items
Woven sheeting, in several sizes of flat and fitted sheets, draw sheet and pillowcases:
Knitted sheeting, in several sizes and pillowcases:
Bath Blankets, Spread Blankets
Terry and Bath Towels
Almost all underpads are constructed of a top or “facing” layer, a middle “soaker” layer, and a bottom “barrier” layer. Each has a job to do:
FACING — get moisture away from skin; provide soft, comfortable surface.
Modern, all-polyester fabrics provide the softness that cotton does, but are designed to wick moisture from the top facing into the soaker level. For best patient care, we recommend a high-performing all-polyester facing, instead of one made from cotton fabric.
SOAKER — attract, hold and disperse moisture over multiple voids.
A good patient care pad will have a minimum of 35% rayon, which is more effective at drawing the moisture into the soaker and quickly spreading it horizontally. Disposable incontinence pads generally use polymer gels to capture liquids. However, once activated, the gel usually cannot absorb or disperse more liquids on multiple voids like a reusable pad can.
BARRIER — keep moisture inside pad; keep
The best patient care pads “bond” their barrier layer to the quilted facing and soaker levels. Bonding ensures that the pad will not bunch on itself, and also makes it more durable and wrinkle-free during the laundering process.
Patient Care Underpads
Comfort Care™ Laminated Patient Care Underpads:
ProGuard™ Heavy Duty Underpads:
CareGuard® Woven Poly Underpads: