Saturday, 26 December 2015

Invalid Commode Elevated Seat For Elderly

Invalid Commode Elevated Seat
Net Price : RS 2377
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A commode can provide toilet facilities for those who are incapacitated and unable to easily get to the bathroom. There are a variety of different styles and designs available. Here we have put together a guide of commodes for the elderly or disabled to help you figure out what is best for you.The Royal Flushing Commode is not only attractive and comfortable, but it also flushes like a real  Portable Commode Toilet.

The commode can be used several times before the discreet and hygienic reservoir needs emptying. The armrests and padded seat and back provide additional comfort, and the potty section is designed to sit out of sight when not in use.

The majority of commodes have a maximum weight limit of approximately 20-25 stone. However, there are commodes for the elderly on the market for those who require a higher weight limit. These are generally extra-wide for improved comfort.A Guide to Commodes for the Elderly or Disabled The Extra Wide Bariatric Commode is suitable for users up to  stone. This commode chair benefits from fixed arms, adjustable height, easy-clean padded upholstery and non-slip rubber feet. Toilets For Elderly Commode Elevated Seat are best suited for people who cannot use a regular toilet. The chairs enable patients who have limited mobility due to an accident or any medical condition to use the toilet with ease. The chair allows the patient to use the toilet without causing discomfort to the legs and back. The chair can be used by people who are restricted to a bed or wheelchair. A commode chair is a useful mobility for people of any age who are recovering from injury or surgery.

All our products are widely used in homes, hospitals, nursing homes and clinics. In addition to this, we provide customization as per the specifications laid down by the customers.It has a comfortable padded seat that can be wiped clean and used for support whilst getting dressed.commode chair a Toilet Seat For Handicapped that can be placed at the bedside of a patient whose activity is limited; these are often used in the home when the patient is too debilitated to reach the bathroom. The receptacle for waste can be removed and emptied.A portable toilet that enables a patient to sit comfortably while defecating or urinating. For many patients using a bedside commode is less stressful than using a bedpan. Using a bedside commode also reduces the risk of the Valsalva maneuver, which is more likely to occur when using a bedpan.

Many people require a shower chair, toilet surround and commode. However, for those who are short on space and money, it is possible to buy all-in-one commodes for the elderly that functions as all three.

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