Opening NATURLAMB SINTETIC cushion
Product Line Synthetic fabric SINTETIC relief and comfort
Decubitus cushion NATURLAMB, SINTETIC, square shape with an opening in the center.
2 strips to tie him to the chair
This relief cushion provides comfort on long stays in the wheelchair, or in case of postpartum and postoperative recovery in general.
The square cushion NATURALMB have been compiled with “SUAPEL” as softer and warmer to the top of the fabric and at the bottom a cooler such as polyester / cotton, which can be used during summer tejíod.
Dimensions: 40 x 40 cm,
Opening of 14 cm approx
2 COLORS: BROWN / RAW or RAW only
Naturlamb line “SINTETIC” has been designed to give a high degree of “relief and comfort” to people who spend a lot of time in bed or wheelchair. In blankets duplex we studied the tissue trying to still being synthetic has the maximum smoothness at the top of the “suapel” and in summer give us more fresh face containing 100% cotton because it is a natural fiber.
The cushions can be “suapel” brown or green and in “sheepskin” 100% cotton on both sides. We work with the viscoelastic inside the cushions, in all its varieties, which allows us to provide better and more comfortable product.
We recently added to the viscoelastic, a waterproof case polyurethane (PU) in black color.
We have smooth color or combined crude oil and brown on all products that gives a pleasant sensation and different sizes in the case of boots.
As for boots, heel cushions and other accessories, with the quality that Naturlamb offers, we have refined and given a more elegant finish to these tissues.
Our aim is to offer a different product; warm in winter and cool in summer, with a smoothness that reduces the pain and discomfort of people who are long periods in bed or in a wheelchair.
What is Pressure Ulcers?
Sores is a condition that affects who suffers and their families
What is it?
Bedsores or pressure ulcers are localized necrosis areas occur mainly in patients with decreased mobility in soft tissues under compression between the bony prominences of the patient and an outer surface.
Generally they located in bony protuberances and the most common areas are the sacral region, heels, the ischial tuberosity and hips.