Commode Seat Wheels is a high quality wheeled commode that is both versatile and functional and ideal for use in a private home, hospital or nursing institution. Commode chairs are portable toilets, designed to be placed at the bedside of a disabled individual whose activity is very limited. They typically consist of a frame and a waste receptacle that can be easily removed and emptied.
A bedside commode is a movable toilet that does not use running water. It looks like a chair with a toilet seat and has a bucket or container underneath. The container can be removed for cleaning after the commode is used. A commode can be placed beside the bed if a person cannot get to the bathroom. The commode may have wheels so that it can be rolled away when it is not needed. The wheels should be locked when the person uses the commode to prevent the chair from moving.
Why Buy our Commode Seat Wheels
This Commode Seat Wheels aid for the elderly and those with disabilities enables easy access to toileting facilities without the need for a more standard, but often lower cost, commode. This avoids the clinical appearance of the usual commodes you see, making the Commode Seat Wheels an outstanding choice for the home. This excellent aid makes using the toilet more convenient as well as safer for those with low mobility…
Whether you’re confined to a wheelchair or spend most of your hours in bed, there’s no reason why using the toilet and shower can’t be comfortable, convenient and safe. We offer a complete lineup of commode wheelchair and shower wheelchair models of all types, styles and price ranges. Many of our mobile shower chairs are dual-purpose units and will also easily adapt to your commode. This commode can be used with its own bucket and lid or it can be used over a normal toilet. The drop-down arms make transfers easy and safe. It is supplied with swing away detachable foot plates and the two rear casters are braked. Complete with toilet-chair bucket and cover up the cushion.
How to use the commode seat wheels:
- Lock the wheels of the commode.
- Make sure the container is under the seat.
- Put a small amount of water in the container before it is used. This makes it easier to clean the container later.
- Help the person out of bed and onto the commode. Use a gait belt if needed.
- Stay with the person for safety, or give them a bell to ring when they are done or need help.
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