Gel Pro Plus Bariatric Positioning Cushion

Wheelchair Bariatric Position Cushion Skin Protection

The Gel Pro™ Position Plus™ Bariatric Gel & Foam Wheelchair Position Cushion provides the most advanced pressure redistribution, therapeutic support, and positioning available. The Gel Pro™Position Plus™ Gel Position Cushion allows therapists to offer correct posture, proper spinal alignment, trunk stability, and all the pressure redistribution characteristics required for a seating application. All cover materials are anti-microbial and meet California Technical Bulletin #117 for fire retardancy. An optional solid seat insert is available. The front abduction wedge maintains proper midline alignment and reduces internal rotation of the hips in addition to preventing sliding and shearing forces. Gel Pro Position Cushion and Skin Protection
Cover: The Vyvex III™ top cover is a low shear, four-way stretch urethane, which is fluid and stain proof. The bottom cover is a non-skid tri-laminate vinyl.
Gel Pro Position Cushion Gel Bladder
The cushion’s top layer is Viscotec™, a heat activated visco elastic memory foam which surrounds and supports the bony prominences while redistributing pressure.
Viscotec, Visco Elastic Memory Foam
Core:Top: Viscotec™ Memory FoamCenter:VPF™ High-Density Foam Ultra-Soft Viscous Gel BladderBase: Medflex™ VPF™ High-Density Foam The middle layer is VPF™, a high-density pressure redistribution foam, encapsulating an ultra-soft viscous gel bladder further enhancing pressure redistribution. A Medflex™ foam base provides the
necessary foundation to ensure that the patient maintains the proper stability,
support and correct spinal alignment
Gel Pro Bariatric Position Plus™ Gel & Foam Wheelchair Position Cushion
3″ x 4″
Zippered Top Cover:
Vyvex-III™ – Urethane coated, multi-stretch, low shear, moisture/vapor permeable, fluid & stain proof. Cover is anti-microbial and meets California Technical Bulletin #117 for fire-retardancy.
Bottom Cover:
Non-skid tri-laminate vinyl
Weight Capacity
4″ Supports 400 lbs., Custom cushions up to 1000 lbs
18 month
Model 6250-CCFA-BAR
22” x 18” x 4”
Model 6250-2220-BAR
22” x 20” x 4”
Model 6250-CCVFA-BAR
24” x 18” x 4”
Model 6250-DD-BAR
24” x 20” x 4”
Model 6250-2618-BAR
26” x 18” x 4”
Model 6250-2620-BAR
26” x 20” x 4”
Model 6250-2818-BAR
28” x 18” x 4”
Model 6250-2820-BAR
28” x 20” x 4”
Model 6250-3018-BAR
30” x 18” x 4”
Model 6250-3020-BAR
30” x 20” x 4”
Custom and bariatric sizes available. Please state the patient’s weight when ordering
Medicare Code E2607
22″ Less than 22″ Width
Medicare Code E2608
22″ Width or Greater


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