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Comfort Sitting in a wheelchair should be comfortable. The seat cushion and back should provide support and comfort to the patient. Armrests should not be hard and stiff or cause bruising. Leg rests should support the calves without rubbing. Feet need support and comfort as well. Soft foot rests or metal ones can be used, depending on the needs of the patient. Those wearing sturdy shoes, like sneakers, do not need extra cushions. These will only get in the way and may push up the knees to an uncomfortable angle during transport. For those wearing slippers or going barefoot on a regular basis, something soft to prop the feet on is a welcome addition. Feet cushions on wheelchairs can be attached as needed for bedtime or bathing. All of these items are accessible homecare medical supplies.
4.Design: There are multiple designs when it comes to sectional sofas. Some of them include storage compartments, reclining, modular, sleeper and convertibles. Each design is unique in its own way and differs in functionality. The only thing you need to consider is the space. You can choose the design according to the space available in your living room.
While it's a given that the look of a hospital's equipment isn't as important as its function, it's always a plus to keep patient chairs presentable. Scratches and chips that sometimes seem to appear overnight require the time of touchup painting. Touchup painting may have to be done once every month just to maintain hospital standards.
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