Bedsore Rescue Positioning Cushion For Home-Standard Size
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The Bedsore Rescue Lateral Positioning Cushion is the only patented solution for medically prescribed 30 degree lateral turn support. Designed to provide even lift from the scapula and buttocks without touching the areas most vulnerable to bedsores. The contoured shape and bilateral angled design allows for ergonomically correct fit with full support under the back while relieving pressure from the bony areas of the spine and lower sacrum and coccyx area. Stable pressure reduction leads to better patient outcomes by lowering risk and improving healing potential.
The Bedsore Rescue Cushion is constructed with high resiliency open cell foam and a 1-inch layer of high density memory foam for optimal support envelopment and distribution of support weight. The cover is a medical grade “gurney pad” antimicrobial and hypoallergenic fabric designed to disperse moisture while allowing the skin to breath. Wipe with antimicrobial wipes or rinse under soap and water for easy peasy cleaning.
- Gentle low profile lift from Under the back for optimal stability and comfort
- Ensures proper turn angle without forcing onto opposite shoulder or hips
- Cradles the back without touching the spinal column for the best possible pressure relief and pain reduction
- Alternate placement to lift from above and below and contour around the bedsore no matter where it is
- Constructed with high performance and durable foams and fabric
Standard Size Bedsore Rescue Lateral Support Positioning Cushion
Dimensions: 27” Long X 12” Wide
Angled from back to front 5” to 2”
Inside Width 8.5”
Angle: Supports back + hips turn angle to 30 degrees
Weight: 4lbs (Ship weight 5lbs)
Best fit for people 4’.8” to 5’.10” and 80lbs to 200lbs
High resolution medium + high density pressure distribution memory foam
Cover is Chemflex II ® polyester knit medical grade Fabric
4 way stretch
Soft and breathable
Fixed cover: Contains no zippers, no metal, no openings
* Do not submerge. Fluids can seep through seams during long term submersion.