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Pediatric Positioning Commodes (Models 5200 To 5800)

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The Columbia Positioning Commodes are adjustable height commodes with back supports for children or small adults designed to be a freestanding unit or used over any toilet. The chair features a height adjustable footrest, seat height and depth adjustment, back tilt adjustment, and a pelvic strap. The non-slip, padded toilet seat reducer ring, included with the small model, features a small hole, especially designed for slender or young children, with a large padded splash abductor. A smaller hole is available on request. OPTIONS: Padded cushions are also available. DIMENSIONS: The back on the small or child's size (model 5200-shown) is 8.5 inches wide and adjusts from 7 to 15 inches high; medium or junior adult size (model 5300) is 12 inches wide and the height adjusts from 7 to 16 inches; models 5700 and 5800 feature a high back that is 14.5 inches wide and adjusts in height from 18 to 24 inches. Model 5800, junior adult, sits 4 inches further back on the toilet than do the other models. The hole on the seat reducer is 6 x 8 inches. COLOR: White. WARRANTY: One year full warranty against defects.

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as of: 
08/02/2011
Additional Pricing Notes: 

1676.00 - 1613.00

Pediatric Positioning Commodes (Models 5200 To 5800)

Made By:

Inspired by Drive (formerly Columbia Medical Manufacturing LLC)
Inspired by Drive (formerly Columbia Medical Manufacturing LLC) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: info@inspiredbydrive.com
Phone: 1-800-454-6612
Web Address: 
https://www.inspiredbydrive.com/
Tags: 
Therapeutic Aids, Personal Care, Home Management, Seating
 
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