Improved Mattress

A Percival (Inventor), E A Dekoninck (Inventor), A W Miles (Inventor), T P Holsgrove (Inventor)

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Abstract

The invention relates to an improved mattress, particularly maternity mattresses for supporting the abdomen, or for supporting the abdomen and breasts, of a pregnant woman when lying in a prone position. A maternity mattress includes a support section for supporting the abdomen of a pregnant woman lying in a prone position. The support section may be configurable to a deformable state and a substantially non-deformable state. In use, the support section is able to be configured to the deformable state to allow it to deform to the shape of the abdomen of a pregnant woman, and is subsequently able to be configured to the substantially non-deformable state in which the support section is able to provide support to the said abdomen.
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO2007128967
IPCA47C27
Publication statusPublished - 15 Nov 2007

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Abdomen
Pregnant Women
Prone Position
Breast

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Percival, A., Dekoninck, E. A., Miles, A. W., & Holsgrove, T. P. (2007). IPC No. A47C27. Improved Mattress. (Patent No. WO2007128967).

Improved Mattress. / Percival, A (Inventor); Dekoninck, E A (Inventor); Miles, A W (Inventor); Holsgrove, T P (Inventor).

IPC No.: A47C27. Patent No.: WO2007128967.

Research output: Patent

Percival, A, Dekoninck, EA, Miles, AW & Holsgrove, TP 2007, Improved Mattress, Patent No. WO2007128967, IPC No. A47C27.
Percival A, Dekoninck EA, Miles AW, Holsgrove TP, inventors. Improved Mattress. A47C27. 2007 Nov 15.
Percival, A (Inventor) ; Dekoninck, E A (Inventor) ; Miles, A W (Inventor) ; Holsgrove, T P (Inventor). / Improved Mattress. IPC No.: A47C27. Patent No.: WO2007128967.
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