Cushion Relax Trio 14X16X1.5 [Rt001-1416]
- Approved-by - MASS
- Brand - Trulife
- Height - 3.81cm
- Model - Relax Trio
- Risk - Medium Risk
- Size - 14X16
- Swl - 80kg
- Type - Hybrid
- Weight - 1.2kg
- Cushion consists of a FloGel centre with a Fast Recovery Foam base and a Viscoelastic Slow
- Recovery Foam upper layer
- Specially designed to conform to the shape of the user, increasing surface area and relieving pressure
- Cushion can be rotated / No front or back
- For the person with low to moderate risk of skin breakdown
- Clear protective (PU) film coating is easy to wipe clean and is suitable for incontinent users
- Lightweight and easy to transport
- Highly durable
Model No. - Dimensions* (Width x Length x Height) - Cushion Weight
RT001-1416 - 36cm x 40cm x 4cm / 14” x 16” 1.5” - 1.2kg/2.7lb
RT001-1616 - 40cm x 40cm x 4cm/ 16” x 16” x 1.5” - 1.3kg/2.9lb
RT001-1717 - 43cm x 43cm x 4cm/ 17” x 17” x 1.5” - 1.4kg/3.1lb
RT001-1816 - 45cm x 40cm x 4cm/ 18” x 16” x 1.5” - 1.5kg/3.3lb
RT001-1818 - 45cmx 45cm x 4cm/ 18” x 18” x 1.5” - 1.6kg/3.5lb
The weight limit for the Trio cushion is 80kg/176lbs
*A tolerance of +/- 5mm is applied to dimensions
Tip: Purchase a second cover for incontinence users.
It will give the user the flexibility to change to the spare cover when the used one needs to be washed and to not have to use the cushions without any cover nor wet.
Glamorgan Pressure Injury Risk Assessment is a reference guide to determine whether the patient is at risk, high risk or very high risk of having a pressure injury. Click Here to learn more.
Pan Pacific Clinical Practice Guideline for the Prevention and Management of Pressure Injury - CLICK HERE to read full guidelines.
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WARNING! - It's very important that the patient is assessed by a qualified healthcare professional. Each patient condition is different and often requires different approaches. We DO NOT recommend using this information solely as a guide - specially without assistance from a healthcare professional. Please contact your doctor or your local hospital for assistance.