• Positioning cushion with 2 chambers. Multifunctional. Can be used for both supine and sitting positions. (between legs, back, very good support for the arm and between the knees).

  • Positioning cushion with 3 chambers. Multifunctional. Especially useful for a supine position (between legs, back), and possibly as support under the feet.

  • Positioning cushion with 4 chambers. Multifunctional. With the posibility og being folded/rolled up. (Under the leg and arm; comes with extra velcro strap).

  • Positioning cushion, particularly useful for hip fracture patients and when the lower limb needs to be elevated above heart level.

  • Relief cushion for lower limbs, used for bed-bound patients. The cushion is easily fixed to the mattress.

  • Positioning cushion, typically for the back, sacrum and tailbone in adjustable bed and the lateral positions between the legs. Can be folded if a higher cushion is desired.

  • Positioning cushion, typically for the lateral positions between the legs, longer model which protects the knees and malleolus. Can be folded in half if a higher cushion is desired.

  • Positioning cushion, typically for lateral positions between the legs, longer and narrower model which ensures a distance between the knees in the lateral position. Can be folded if a higher cushion is desired.

  • Cushion, particularly useful for the preventing and treating of pressure sores on the ears and neck, and is also useful for coma patients.

  • Positioning cushion for the lateral position. Ensures a stable position at 30°, and the wedge shape is fixed by a flap that is pushed underneath the patient.

  • Positioning cushion, crescent. Advantageous for wheelchair users for supporting the arms.

  • Positioning cushion, crescent.
    With extra height.
    Advantageous for wheelchair users for supporting the arms.

  • Positioning cushion for supporting the arms.

  • Positioning cushion for supporting the elbow.