GRZ Self Adjusting Bariatric Wheelchair Cushion

Self Adjusting Air Bariatric Wheelchair Cushion – GRZ™- BAR

The GRZ™ is a dynamic self-adjusting air bariatric bladder system consisting of 3 individual air cell chambers that redistribute pressure and adjust to body weight and position. The GRZ™ self adjusting air bariatric wheelchair cushion is ideal for patients with moderate to high risk of skin breakdown who require significant postural support. The GRZ™ allows the therapist to offer correct posture, proper alignment, and trunk stability as well as adjustments for pelvic obliquities. The GRZ™ provides the pressure redistributing qualities and comfort of an air wheelchair cushion without the requirement for pump or adjustments. Adjustable strap secures cushion to a wheelchair for patient safety.

Supports 400 lbs.. Custom cushions to support up to 1000 lbs
Self adjusting air wheelchair cushion Model GRZ-WC
Model GRZ-WC Adjustable Valve GRZ self adjusting air wheelchair cushion Shown in Cover
Adjustable Valve
Shown in Cover

GRZ™-BAR   Self Adjusting Cushion
3″ & 4″
3 Independent Air Chambers
Top Cover:
Vyvex-III™  Four-Way stretch knit urethane, Low shear, fluid & stain proof, incontinent
22” x 18” x 4”
Model GRZ-100-2220-BAR
22” x 20” x 4”
24” x 18” x 4”
Model GRZ-100-DD-BAR
24” x 20” x 4”
Model GRZ-100-2618-BAR
26” x 18” x 4”
Model GRZ-100-2620-BAR
26” x 20” x 4”
Model GRZ-100-2818-BAR
28” x 18” x 4”
Model GRZ-100-2820-BAR
28” x 20” x 4”
Model GRZ-100-3018-BAR
30” x 18” x 4”
Model GRZ-100-3020-BAR
30” x 20” x 4”
Medicare Code E2622
22″ or Less
Medicare Code E2623
Greater than 22″
18 month limited

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