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(CL-4506) CHAIR,Recliner,Configura, Comfort, Medium

CHAIR,Recliner,Configura, Comfort, Medium
CHAIR,Recliner,Configura, Comfort, Medium
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CHAIR,Recliner,Configura, Comfort, Medium, 2 Motor, Tilt-in-Space, Interchangeable backrest options - adjustable pillow backrests, lateral supports and adjustale lateral supports, Vapour Permeable Seat and Backrest, Easy to use handset, Pressure Care Seating Options • Fabric: Duratek, VP on backrest, seat, legrest and armrests • Seat width options: 450, 500, 550 mm (18, 20, 22 in) • Seat depth options: 450, 500 mm (18, 20 mm) • Seat height options: 375, 400, 425, 450, 475, 500 mm (15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 in) • Weight capacity: Medium, Large = 160 kg (25 st) • Mechanism: Dual motor tilt-in-space

Dimension:
W: 450 H: 0 D: 450  (mm)
Manufacturer:
Enable Lifecare
Catalog No.:
CL-4506


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1 per person
Type of Assesment:
Functional
Product Category Comments:
An electric recliner chair is intended for use by entitled persons with clinical conditions causing a permanent inability to transfer or sit erect. There should be evidence that physiotherapy treatment cannot improve the client’s dysfunction. Electric recliner chairs cannot be approved: when the clinical needs can be met by current furniture or by modifying current furniture; for comfort only; primarily for use as a bed; or primarily for management of lower limb oedema * When treating lower limb oedema it is important to be aware of current best practice that informs health providers that elevation of the feet below the level of the heart is ineffective and should be avoided. Best practice includes: calf pumping exercises, regular walks and elevation of lower limbs on a bed. Functional assessment should include assessment of: transfers; ability to sit in an erect position; ability to operate the chair safely; and trial of simpler equipment for example other types of high back chairs,
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