Freq. asked Q & A
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers
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What is medical sheepskin? "Medical sheepskin is a specially processed and tanned sheepskin to the Australian medical standard AS4480.1 that is used in healthcare settings to help prevent and treat pressure sores (also known as bedsores or pressure ulcers). It is often used in hospitals, nursing homes, and other care facilities, as well as in the homes of people who are bedridden or otherwise at risk of developing skin breakdown." What is the difference between medical sheepskin and regular sheepskin? "Medical sheepskin is specially selected to have a denser, thicker wool pile that distributes pressure more evenly, stops...
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