bariatric coccyx cushion

Bariatric Coccyx Wheelchair Cushion Model 603-BAR

The Blue Chip foam bariatric coccyx wheelchair cushion features a cutout that redistributes pressure at the sacral area while offering patient comfort and even distribution of weight. Medium density fire-retardant foam is covered in either a black or navy poly/cotton or gray medical grade vinyl. An optional solid seat insert is available.

Supports 400 lbs., Custom cushions to support 1000 lbs.

Gel can be added to the coccyx wheelchair cushion for additional pressure redistribution. The foam coccyx wheelchair cushion can be modified to create a bariatric coccyx cushion.

Foam Coccyx wheelchair Cushion, Bariatric coccyx cushion
Bariatric Coccyx Wheelchair Cushion
Core Thickness Available – 3″  & 4
Medium Density VPF™ foam
Top Cover:
Optional Cover:
Medical Grade Vinyl
Bariatric Coccyx Wheelchair Cushion
Model 603-CCFA-BAR
22” x 18” x 4”
Model 603-2220-BAR
22” x 20” x 4”
Model 603-CCVFA-BAR
24” x 18” x 4”
Model 603-DD-BAR
24” x 20” x 4”
Model 603-2618-BAR
26” x 18” x 4”
Model 603-2620-BAR
26” x 20” x 4”
Model 603-2818-BAR
28” x 18” x 4”
Model 603-2820-BAR
28” x 20” x 4”
Model 603-3018-BAR
30” x 18” x 4”
Model 603-3020-BAR
30” x 20” x 4”
Custom and bariatric sizes available. Please state patient’s weight when ordering
12 month limited

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