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Cushions, Commode Seat

Definition : Cushions designed for use on a commode seat to provide comfort, alleviation of pain, and/or to facilitate positioning of a person. These cushions may consist of an inflatable device or a device made of soft cushioning materials (e.g., high-density foam); commode seat cushions usually have a hole in the center (i.e., ring cushions) and a waterproof outer covering. They are usually snapped or strapped onto the commode or toilet seat, and there are some that are made to wrap around the seat like a steering-wheel cover. Sacroiliac accommodative cushions provide comfort and protection of the coccyx (i.e., tailbone) and/or perineal area; they are mainly used by patients undergoing rehabilitation or by geriatric people.

Entry Terms : "Commode Seat Cushions" , "Toilet Seat Cushions"

UMDC code : 16005

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Action Products Inc

Company Type: Parent

Action Products, Inc. is the manufacturer of pressure relieving support surfaces, using Akton polymer, to prevent pressure ulcers. As a pioneer in the gel positioning category, Actionproducts have many pressure and shear reducing qualities.

Briggs Healthcare

Company Type: Parent

Briggs Healthcare has grown to be one of the largest privately held manufacturers and distributors of medical documentation, charting systems and healthcare products

Columbia Medical Mfg Corp

Company Type: Parent

Columbia Medical began in 1978 when a scientist and inventor named Dr. Michael Caan took a friend's advice and went into a niche market of products for children with disabilities. Dr. Caan realized the lack of quality products to assist children with multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and spinal cord injuries so he launched a series of products to aid in toileting, bathing and mobility, including the Therapedicâ„¢ Positioning Restraint System.

Crest Healthcare Supply

Company Type: Parent

Crest Healthcare Supply is a trusted partner to Hospitals and Long Term Care facilities that has delivered knowledgeable customer support and reliable products for over forty years. Crest was founded in 1967 when Howard Page, the original owner, purchased rights to a nurse call system owned by IBM.

Danmar Products Inc

Company Type: Parent

Special Products for Special Needs include equipment used in therapetic and recreational settings to enhance function as well as comfort. Most of the staff have been at Danmar for over 10 years, and we have 15 and 20 year employees who say that they still are learning ways that they can improve our line of products.

Duracell

Company Type: Parent

Duralife Inc

Company Type: Parent

DURALIFE manufactures a range of high-quality PVC furniture for hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers and home use.

Eagle Health Supplies Inc

Company Type: Parent

For over 20 years Eagle Health Supplies has become known as an innovator in the durable home medical equipment business. Our sliding transfer bench began as a simple and economical piece of bathroom equipment that has evolved into more than thirty different models.

Innovative Products Unlimited

Company Type: Parent

Innovative Products Unlimited is the originator and leading manufacturer of quality PVC healthcare equipment. Since the introduction of our first shower chair in 1985, we have developed the most comprehensive PVC product line on the market.

Invacare Corp

Company Type: Parent

Invacare Corporation (NYSE: IVC), headquartered in Elyria, Ohio, is the global leader in the manufacture and distribution of innovative home and long-term care medical products that promote recovery and active lifestyles. Invacare employs approximately 6,000 associates and markets its products in 80 countries around the world. The Company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol IVC.

Medical Procdures Inc

Company Type: Parent

Regency Products International

Company Type: Parent

The ROHO Group

Company Type: Parent

ROHO, Inc. was incorporated in 1973 by Robert H. Graebe. He began his career as an electrical engineer, but while working on a project for a hospital, he became concerned about a means to heal ischemic ulcers or pressures sores, as they are commonly called.

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