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Description




The comfort arm is an armrest pad attachment designed to provide maximum support and comfort for the arms of individuals in wheelchairs.



The comfort arm allows the users arm to rest comfortably on the wide padded surface at an angle most natural for the user. The raised side is designed to keep the arms of stroke patients or those who have lost dexterity in their arms up and discourage lateral leaning.



The Comfort arm is attached to the armrest of any 3/4" or 7/8" diameter arm rest and will not spin or move once secured. The tray both rotates 180 degrees as well as Slides front to back 11".



The Comfort Arm is covered with a Solace polyurethane fabric is designed specifically for pressure relief. Exceptional multi-directional stretch unmatched by any fabric in the industry. Soft to the touch, fluid proof, very easy to clean. Solace's High Heat Transfer Rate reduces temperatures at the seating surface, reducing the risk of pressure ulcers.

Specifications

Standard Pad Model 22″ x 6″
Low Arm Pad Model 21″ x 6″
Tall Rail Pad Model 22″ x 7″, 6.5″ Rail Height
Double Tall Rail Pad Model 22″ x 7″, 6.5″ Rail Height
Medicare Codes E1028, E2209

Features

  • Comfortable straps for securing arm. Can be easily adjusted or removed
  • Interlock Bracket quickly mounts arm securely to any wheelchair
  • Provides support for contractures and tone, while also preventing finger drop
  • Moldable option can be used to elevate fingers, preventing edema
  • Swivel base rotates for easy movement and transfers
  • Arm length is 21” to provide full arm and finger support to all users
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