BasicWheelchair Cushion

Long life comfort

Product Features:
- Durable moulded foam contoured for mild lateral and posterior stability
- Bevelled base for use with seat sling
- Incontinence cover

Clinical Application:
- Client requires comfort with minimal postal support
- Low risk of skin breakdown or shear, intact skin integrity
- Independent weight shifts
- Intermittent wheelchair user

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JAY Basic Anti-decubitus Cushion
Moulded foam

Moulded foam

The Basic features durable molded foam providing mild contouring. The pre contoured foam base provides comfort and mild support. Incontinent cover comes standard. Weight Capacity: 125kg

Moisture-Resistant Cover with No-Slip Bottom

Moisture-Resistant Cover with No-Slip Bottom

A moisture-resistant cover assists with incontinence management by protecting the Basic's foam base from moisture build-up. Its no-slip surface keeps the cushion in place during use and transfers.
Dimensions
Width:25 - 60 cm
Height:4.8 cm
Depth:25 - 60 cm
Weights
Total Weight:1.73 kg
Maximum User Weight:125 kg
Product Options

As a part of our ongoing product improvement initiative, Sunrise Medical reserves the right to change specifications and design without notice. Further, not all features and options offered are compatible with all configurations of the wheelchair. Please consult the user instruction manual for more information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes like all gels. That's why we recommend not to forget a gel cushion in a car in a very cold weather. If you forget it, then leave it at room temperature so the gel regains its fluidity.

Occupational therapists are the reference people to assist you and advise you to have a good positioning with the right equipment.

They are numerous. We will note: the postural support and a good alignment of the back structure, the improvement of the pressure distribution, the stability, the comfort and the functionality.

They are many and varied. We will retain the main ones: immobility, pressure, friction on the skin, heat, perspiration, humidity, low nutrition, dehydration, atrophied muscles, aging of the skin ...

Positioning is a clinical process aimed at placing a person with postural disorders in a posture required by means of assistive devices (including a backrest and a cushion). The goal: a better quality of life for people with reduced mobility

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