Air ring (Anti-decubitus ring)
Air ring is an inflatable rubber ring used as a cushion to relieve pressure on prominent bony points (as in helping to prevent bedsores). Easily wiped clean, the ring can be inflated to different pressures to suit your requirements
Air ring is an inflatable rubber ring used as a cushion to relieve pressure on prominent bony points (as in helping to prevent bedsores).
The inflatable ring is a great aid for anyone that is restricted in sitting or after an operation, for example, the intestinal area or you require some kind of relief. Also for treating prophylaxis for decubitus or for relieving hemorrhoids. The inflatable cushion will have an effective use! Not only is it a great use in the medical area they are also proving very popular for personal use. As a comfortable, relieving seat overlay, the ring is being used even more. Used on a daily bases for example at work in an office.
The inflatable cushion offers a pleasant and pressure-free sitting on all seating opportunities.
Even on toilets or toilet chairs, the use of this is possible. The air is very easily and fast with the mouth-blown up. Due to the controlled air pressure, everyone can adjust the degree of hardness as they please.
Made from high-grade surgical rubber, this inflatable air ring is an effective way to prevent pressure sores or help with their healing. Easily wiped clean, the ring can be inflated to different pressures to suit your requirements, Comes with mouth valve for quick inflation – fill to your preference for a custom fit… Conforms to the natural contours of the body, clean with a damp cloth. it’s Suitable for patients suffering from piles. Easy to inflate and Deflate until comfortable. Contains natural rubber hence Avoid putting under direct sunlight
CAUTION! Do not use the air ring as a long-term pressure-relieving device. It will encourage the development of pressure sores instead. This item is used for piles or to assist to offset the localized pain.
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