Commodes

Recovering From Surgery: Individuals who are bedridden or recovering from surgery or injury can benefit from a bedside commode. The medical commode allows individuals to easily slide into the toilet from their bed, with limited or no assistance.

Individuals in Wheelchairs: Drop arm commodes are an aid for those in wheelchairs. With the ability to collapse one arm, an individual can easily slide into the commode without assistance from another.

Raised-Toilet-Seat-Without-Arms-600x600.jpg
12013_1.jpg
Urinal

Bedside urinals allow individuals to relieve themselves without stepping out of bed. They are designed to be lightweight and to minimize stillage.

645070__87111.1452877065.220.290.jpg
download.png
img-resize.jpg
71Z057A2ZeS._AC_SL1500_.jpg
Elevated Toilet Seats

Having to sit on a hard and low toilet seat every time you use the bathroom may be distressing. That is especially the case for individuals who suffer from immobility, injury, or lack of balance. Elevated toilet seats can add up to 5 inches of height to make it easier for an individual to sit comfortably on the toilet.

urinal.jpg
rtlpc23201-f.jpg
Bed Pans

Bed pans are used to collect urine or feces. They are shaped to fit under a person lying or sitting in bed. They can be made of plastic or metal, and some can be used with liners to prevent splashing and to make cleaning easier