ROHO® HIGH PROFILE® Single Compartment Cushion

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This cushion offers an optimal environment for individuals with skin/soft tissue integrity issues.

The cellular design and the soft pliable material allow the individual to be immersed into the cushion for maximum pressure redistribution, while decreasing friction and shear. The simple adjustment allows the cushions to fit the shape of the individual, minimizing tissue deformation and maximizing blood flow.

This cushion is most effective for individuals who:

  • have a history of skin/soft tissue breakdown and/or any stage pressure injury (including deep tissue injury), skin grafts, and/or myocutananeous flap surgery.
  • currently have skin/soft tissue breakdown and/or any stage pressure injury (including deep tissue injury).
  • may be at risk for skin/soft tissue breakdown and/or deep tissue injury.
  • have normal or impaired sensation.
  • require accommodation of pelvic asymmetry, up to approximately 3in/7.5cm.
Adjustable

Cushion is adjustable to individual’s shape and weight. Cushion is adjustable to changes in individual’s position over time.

Lightweight

Easy to handle and carry, at just 3.25lbs./1.5kg (based on size 1R99C) Varies by size.

Washable

Cushion can be easily cleaned with soap and water. Cover is machine washable.

Repairable

The flame-resistant, black neoprene (not made with natural rubber latex) cushion can be patched or repaired to extend its use.

Skin Protection

Based on forty years of research and client experience, our patented ROHO DRY FLOATATION® Technology provides unparalleled performance in facilitating blood flow by fitting, matching and tracking the shape of a person.

Shape Fitting

The unique cellular design of the HIGH PROFILE allows the cushion to constantly conform and track movements of the body.  The simple adjustment and conformity of the cells accommodates and meets the unique skin/soft tissue integrity needs of each individual throughout the day.

Convenience

All postural adjustments are made while the user is seated, eliminating the need for transfer on and off the chair during the evaluation process.

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ROHO® HIGH PROFILE® Single Compartment Cushion

Contact our Customer Support Department:
800-736-0925
orders.roho@permobil.com

Specifications
Medicare Code* E2622 and E2623
Construction flame-resistant, black neoprene (not made with natural rubber latex)
Includes HIGH PROFILE Single Compartment Cushion, two-way stretch cover, hand inflation pump, repair kit and operation instructions. Optional Heavy Duty Cover available.
Height Approximately 4.25 in. / 10.5 cm without load
Width 11.5 in to 25 in. / 29 cm to 63.5 cm .
Weight Varies by size, approximately 3.25 lbs. / 1.5 kg (based on 1R99C)
Weight Limit There is no weight limit, yet the cushion must be properly sized to the individual.
SKU 1RxxxxC
Warranty Cushion: 24-Month Limited Warranty. Cover: 6-Month Limited Warranty.
Accessories Accessories that can be used with the HIGH PROFILE Cushion:
Contour Base, Planar Solid Seat Insert, Privacy Shield and ROHO Cushion Retainer

*Since U.S. Medicare coding is subject to change, the provider should always confirm the HCPCS code and coverage criteria as part of the client assessment process. For coverage criteria in other countries, consult your local ROHO distributor.

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