Toilet seat cushions are used to securely position the body in a comfortable seated position while preventing pressure sores and skin breakdown. The adjustable air cells offer an advantage over foam toilet seat cushions, which cannot be adjusted to redistribute weight and lose effectiveness when compressed. Cushions for toilet seats can provide relief from pressure points and reduce the potential risk of pressure wounds by conforming to the contours of the body. Toilet seat cushioning can help make daily bathroom tasks much easier for wheelchair users or anyone needing stability in the bathroom. Roho toilet cushions attach directly to the toilet seat and have a waterproof and latex-free neoprene exterior that is easily cleaned and disinfected between uses. Learn more about the benefits of using an air-cushioned toilet seat from our guide on toilet and commode cushions.
Along with toilet seat cushioning, Roho manufactures several other types of air cushions for wheelchairs, other seats and mattress overlays designed to provide comfortable seating and prevent potential skin breakdown or shearing during prolonged sitting. The dry floatation technology in Roho air cushions uses a series of multi-height air cells to evenly distribute weight and maximize the stability of the user.
A Raised Toilet Seat makes the toilet more accessible for those with limited mobility or anyone finding it difficult to sit on or stand up from the toilet. Whether you have arthritis or are recovering from surgery, using an elevated toilet seat can prevent the risk of slips or falls and allow you more independence in the bathroom. Raised toilet seats with arms offer additional support when transitioning on and off the seat.
Sacral Dressings are designed to reduce pain from pressure sores in the tailbone or sacrum area. This type of foam dressing is used in wound care for treating pressure ulcers (decubitius ulcers) because it creates a healing moist wound environment that prevents skin-shearing and tissue breakdown. The anatomical shape fits to the body and moves with changing positions. Sacral dressings are made to be reapplied without damaging skin or losing adhesiveness.
Barrier Creams for incontinence can help keep at-risk skin moisturized and prevent redness, irritation and pressure sores that are often caused by incontinence. Barrier cream protects the skin by creating a moisture barrier that seals out bodily fluids and minimizes direct contact, allowing skin to properly heal. Excess moisture can cause the skin to become macerated and more susceptible to damage from even light friction or pressure. Along with issues related to incontinence-related dermatitis, skin barrier creams are great for treating infants with diaper rash.