Our fabrics contain an antimicrobial treatment to stay fresh, and keep bacteria from spreading.
American Journal of Critical Care: Specialty Linens and Pressure Injuries in High-Risk Patients in the Intensive Care Unit
Freeman R, Smith A, Dickinson S, Tschannen D, James S, Friedman C. American Journal of Critical Care. 2017; 26: 474-481.
Ostomy Wound Management: A Retrospective, Nonrandomized, Before-and-After Study of the Effect of Linens Constructed of Synthetic Silk-like Fabric on Pressure Ulcer Incidence
Smith A, McNichol LL, Amos MA, Mueller G, Griffin T, Davis J; McPhail L, Montgomery TG. J Ostomy Wound Management 2013;59(4):28-33.
Annette Smith, VP of Nursing and Patient Services
Wesley Long Hospital
"The fabric is designed to reduce friction, which allows a patient to move easily across the bed, making it less likely that a patient’s weakened or moist skin could develop a pressure ulcer or bedsore."