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Mason Medical 3" Gel/Foam Gel-U-Seat Cushion, 18" Length x 20" Width

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Item #: 901-1036673DRV
  Model #: 8046-4
Brand: Mason Medical
Mason Medical 3 Gel/Foam Gel-U-Seat Cushion, 18 Length x 20 Width
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Description
The 3" Gel/Foam Gel-U-Seat ? Cushion by Mason Medical includes tie straps to secure to a wheelchair. The Gel-U-Seat Lite cushion from Drive and Mason Medical is specifically designed to redistribute pressure to assist in the prevention of pressure ulcers while providing patient comfort by incorporating high-density foam surrounding a dual-chamber gel bladder. The fluid-resistant, low-shear stretch cover includes tie straps to secure to wheelchair.
  • Cushion
  • Specifically designed to redistribute pressure to assist in the prevention of pressure ulcers while providing patient comfort
  • 20"L x 18"W x 3"H
  • Specifically designed to redistribute pressure to assist in the prevention of pressure ulcers while providing patient comfort
  • Cushion incorporates high-density foam encapsulating a dual-chamber gel bladder
  • Water-resistant, low-shear stretch cover with tie straps to secure to wheelchair
  • The vinyl bottom is waterproof
  • WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.co.gov
Specifications
Color Family : Black Seat & Cushion Material : Foam Bariatric : No Seat & Cushion Type : Foam Cushion
Brand : Mason Medical Customizable : No
Weight : 6.90 lbs. per Each

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