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Systam Pressure Relief Cushions

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Systam Duoform Gel Pressure Relief Cushion
  • Suitable for patients at high risk of pressure sore development
  • Anatomically moulded foam base with a two-part gel top layer
  • High and low density gels work together for stability and comfort
  • Supplied with a waterproof, breathable cover with non-slip base

Systam Half-Moon Micro Bead Postural Cushion
  • Positioning aid to enhance pressure relief and comfort
  • Ideal for those with low muscular control at risk of pressure sores
  • Holds the pelvis in place when user is in semi-Fowler or dorsal position
  • Helps to relieve pressure on the elbows as part of a pressure relief system

Systam Viscoflex Plus Memory Foam Pressure Relief Cushion
  • Pressure relief cushion for very high risk pressure patients
  • Moulded viscoelastic foam and ergonomic insert mould to the body
  • Even pressure prevents pressure sores developing and lets them heal
  • Facilitates blood circulation to enable comfort, prevention and recovery

Systam Gel Pressure Relief Cushion
  • For patients at low to medium risk of pressure sore development
  • Cushion surface moulds to body shape in the sacral area
  • Suitable for use on wheelchairs and a wide range of chairs
  • Increases pressure distribution without sacrificing posture

Systam Abduction Cushion for Knees
  • Provides extra comfort to existing pressure relief systems
  • Rectifies severe postural issues to boost pressure relief
  • Made from ultra-light polystyrene micro-beads for premium comfort
  • Reduces both friction and shear forces on particular areas

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