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- Arms swing out of the way for easy lateral transfers on and off the commode, even for patients using wheelchairs
- Place commodes near the bed with closer arm down for patients transferring during the night
- Supplied standard with pail, lid and splash guard
- Clip-on seat can be removed for easy cleaning
- 20″-25″ (46-59 cm) seat height range; 18″-20″ (46-51 cm) seat depth; 18.5″ (47 cm) width between arms; 22″ (56 cm) overall width
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- BRAND: Guardian
- Casters: No
- Drop Arm: Yes
- 1 Each / Each
Brand: Guardian Casters: No Drop Arm: Yes Product Type: Commode Drop Arm Weight Capacity: 350 lbs Quantity: 1 Each / Each
BEDSIDE COMMODE / COMMODE CHAIR
When getting to the bathroom on time becomes an issue, a bedside commode or commode chair may be the solution you need. These portable toilet chairs act as a bedside toilet and have a waste receptacle that is easy to remove and empty.
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Benefits of Using a Commode Chair
Individuals who have unexpected, immediate urges to use the restroom may require a bedside commode to prevent accidents at night. This is especially relevant for those who have high mobility and want to preserve their dignity and independence. While severely disabled patients may simply line their beds with a waterproof bed pad or wear a disposable diaper, someone who has full mobility will often prefer the option of staying clean and dry by using a more easily accessible toilet.
Elderly people or those with disabilities who have full bladder control may still struggle with getting to the bathroom in time during the night. This is common when a person has the ability to get up and walk around but struggles due to pain, confusion, or slow movements. Instead of stumbling through their homes, or needing to rush to the bathroom, these people can greatly benefit from having a bedside toilet bench seat that they can use, and just empty in the morning.
Some of the reasons why a bedside toilet may be required even for individuals who have no problem getting to the bathroom independently and with enough time during the day are as follows:
- Sleeping people are less attuned to the nerve signals responsible for letting them know when their bladder is full, leading them to having a shorter window in which they are aware of the need to urinate.
- Elderly patients with dementia face serious risks of falling and otherwise hurting themselves in the dark.
- Individuals with disabilities that require mobility aids of any sort – such as wheelchairs, knee walkers, or prosthetics – may have a more difficult time getting up and getting themselves into a fully mobile state.
- Some people are hooked up nightly to machines (such as CPAPs or health monitors), tubes, IV drip lines, or other devices that make it difficult to move far away from their bed.