Gel Pro Elite™ Bariatric

Gel Pro™ Elite Bariatric Gel Wheelchair Cushions

The benefits of gel and foam are well documented. A high-density foam shell surrounds a uniquely styled gel bladder to form a comfortable gel wheelchair cushion that is unsurpassed in pressure redistribution. The Gel Pro™ Elite is utilized to provide unsurpassed patient comfort and in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers. Our segmented gel bladder contains an aqueous, highly viscous gel that provides for proper immersion and envelopment around the bony prominences. Gel-Pro™ gel wheelchair cushions help to stabilize and reduce the “rocking” motion found in other types of gel cushions. The Gel-Pro™ line of wheelchair cushions is covered in a traditional waterproof vinyl and low-shear nylon material, which helps reduce heat and moisture build-up. Both materials are fluid and stain resistant, anti-microbial and meet California Technical Bulletin #117 for fire retardancy.

– Strap with quick-release buckle available at the time of order.
– Vyvex-III Cover with non-skid bottom
– Velcro can be added at the time of order

4″ Cushions Support 400 lbs., Custom Cushions Support up to 1000 lbs
Gel Pro Viscous Foam & Gel Wheelchair Cushion Model 6204
Gel Pro™ Elite Bariatric Gel Wheelchair Cushion
3″ & 4″
Medflex™ VPF™
Ultra-soft viscous gel bladder
Medflex™ VPF™ high-density foam
Top Cover:
Vyvex- I™ – Low shear, fluid proof anti-microbial nylon
Bottom Cover:
Medical grade vinyl
Model 6204-CCFA-BAR
22” x 18” x 4”
Model 6204-2220-BAR
22” x 20” x 4”
Model 6204-CCVFA-BAR
24” x 18” x 4”
Model 6204-DD-BAR
24” x 20” x 4”
Model 6204-2618-BAR
26” x 18” x 4”
Model 6204-2620-BAR
26” x 20” x 4”
Model 6204-2818-BAR
28” x 18” x 4”
Model 6204-2820-BAR
28” x 20” x 4”
Model 6204-3018-BAR
30” x 18” x 4”
Model 6204-3020-BAR
30” x 20” x 4”
Custom and bariatric sizes available. Please state the patient’s weight when ordering
Medicare Code EO2603
22″ or Less
Medicare Code E02604
22″ or Greater
18 month limited

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