The Transflo Cushion has been designed using a combination of high density foam and a unique silicone gel ‘floatation’ system. The fluid moves between compartments as the cushion redistributes pressure over the widest surface area possible. It is suitable for users considered at ‘Very High Risk’ of pressure sore development.
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The Transflo Cushion has been designed using a combination of high density foam and a unique silicone gel ‘floatation’ system. There are two fluid filled multi-stretch sacs that are encased within a supportive foam surround. The fluid is able to move between compartments as the cushion contours to the body’s shape and redistributes pressure over the widest surface area possible. The cushions design encourages the user to sit in a neutral pelvic tilt. The cooling gel surface helps with pressure sore management by providing a minor temperature reduction of the skin surface.
It is suitable for users considered at ‘Very High Risk’ of pressure sore development.
Available in Leisure version which has a heigh of 2.5" and a max user weight of 140kg (22 stone) or Standard version which has a heigh of 3.5" and a max user weight of 178kg (28 stone)
For more information please read the product specification.
|Height||Leisure 63.5 (2½") Standard 89 mm (3½")|
|Width||430mm, 457mm or 510mm (17", 18" or 20")|
|Length||430mm, 457mm or 510mm (17", 18" or 20")|
|Risk rating||Very High Risk ** Seek Profesional Advice on suitability|
|Max user weight||Leisure 140 kg (22 stone) Standard 178kg (28 stone)|
- Unique silicone gel 'floatation' system
- Contours to the body's shape and position
- Redistributes pressure
- Assists pressure ulcer management
- Suitable for Very High Rsk users
Delivery and Returns
Delivery of this product will be made directly from the distributor in approximately 3-5 working days.
If you have any questions about the product or need to return it to us, in the first instance please email email@example.com or call our customer services department on 0800 910 1864