Flowform Bath Cushion

Flowform Bath Cushion

Key Features
  • Developed in conjunction with Stoke Mandeville Hospital
  • Supports you and provides comfort in your bath
  • Attaches to your bath, bath chair or shower stool with suction cups
  • High Risk pressure care cushion
  • Available in two sizes
£305.56 Inc VAT
VAT Exemption Price
  • 330mm (13 inches)
  • 380mm (15 inches)

Please note: You can expect to receive this product by 10 March 2021 (approximately)

Large Item Notice - Kerb Side Pallet Delivery

The delivery company will not be able to deliver this item to your front door, this item is delivered on a pallet to your kerb side and you will be required to collect from there.

To discuss more please call 0345 121 8111

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Product Code: M18709

Developed in conjunction with Stoke Mandeville Hospital to aid those who have extreme weight loss, spinal injuries or are generally physically unstable, the Flowform Bath Cushion improves comfort in your bath.

Made from a material that is heavier than water, this cushion does not float, rather it attaches to your bath with suction cups. Secured in a comfortable position on your bath, bath lift or shower stool, it provides padding for an enjoyable bathing experience.

The cushion includes a module within its construction which is a sealed flexible envelope, filled with Flowform liquid containing an inert base liquid with hollow spheroids, biocides and inhibitors added to it. This allows the liquid to move and flow when subjected to external pressure. Flowform will move to accommodate a shift in weight; this therefore creates a change in pressure across the seating area. Movement like this stimulates the circulation, helping to prevent occlusion of the microvessels and start of the deterioration of the skin. In those cases where the breakdown of the tissues has already started, the reactive module will help the blood to re-circulate and granulate, regenerating tissue in the necrotic area

Available in two sizes. Easily cleaned using proprietary cleaning solutions.

For High Risk pressure care - please note: Indication of pressure ulcer risk is not a prescriptive evaluation.

Indication of pressure ulcer risk is not a prescriptive evaluation.

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