• Technology in The Suite: The Uplift Commode Assist

    Posted on June 11, 2010 by in Technology in the suite

    The Uplift Commode Assist is a Medicare-reimbursable (under the capped rental program) self-powered lifting commode. The Uplift Commode Assist helps to lower and lift up to 70% of a user’s weight, from 80 to 300+ lbs. It can be used either as a stand-alone commode or over the toilet by removing the backrest. It’s easy to clean, with a removable bucket and splash guard. Its cushioning pads located in the framing enhance comfort and its extendable legs with non skid rubber tips have five height settings to provide users with added safety. Safety features also include a seat that locks into place once a user is fully seated (they simply need to press a button to release the lock and start to rise).

    If an individual owns an Uplift lifting seat or a lift chair, the Uplift Commode Assist is the bathroom complement to give them independence, privacy and safety when they want it most. The suggested retail price is $249.99 and can be purchased online on sites such as www.csnstores.com, www.improvelife.com, and www.comforthouse.com. It can also be purchased throughout many home medical equipment supply stores. To locate an HME store carrying this product in your area please refer to the “where to buy” section on www.up-lift.com or contact customer service at 1-800-387-0896.

  • This is a great invention.. It will help those patients who can’t stand easily and have some problem in bending.. Hats off to the inventors who think about these things..
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