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Graham Field High Back Rehab Shower Commode

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Graham Field High Back Rehab Shower Commode is a manual folding wheelchair suitable for frequent users who require a lightweight, portable wheelchair, fitted to their anatomy, without the need of customization or alteration to the center of gravity. The Rehab Shower Commode is not intended for outdoor use.

Graham Field Rehab Shower Commode Highlights

  • Indoor use only as a personal hygiene device
  • May be positioned over a standard toilet
  • Self-contained commode
  • Corrosion-resistant stainless steel frame

Graham Field High Back Rehab Shower Commode Features

  • Completely removable full length arms for ease of transfer
  • Swingaway, detachable footrests permit close approaches to beds, toilets and wheelchairs
  • Recessed seat and frame side contours allow easy access for toileting activities while seated
  • Available with durable 24" one piece composite wheels with integral handrims and solid rubber tires or 5" rear casters
  • Removable, hygienic plastic pail and lid are included
  • Cushioned vinyl seat is sealed against moisture penetration and vented for optimal foam compression
  • Non-corrosive composite footplates
  • Maximum weight capacity 300 lb EVENLY DISTRIBUTED on 19" back height
  • Chair comes standard with oval opening seat C-shaped seat is an optional item


Graham Field High Back Rehab Shower Commode User Manual
 

How to assemble Graham Field High Back Rehab Shower Commode?

Open Rehab Shower Commode
Tilt Rehab Shower Commode slightly to one side and push down on seat rails.

Install the Back and Upholstery Assembly

1. Before installing the Back Assembly, you must first remove both arms: Press down on the release button on front arm socket and lift arm up and off. Repeat for other arm.

2. Remove the Back Assembly from the footrest box and unfold it as shown at right.

3. Install the Back Assembly in the sideframe sockets as shown.

4. Remove the washers and screws from the commode pail.Use Phillips screwdriver to tighten.

5. Reinstall the arms: Position arm in front and rear sockets; press down on front arm socket release button and slide arm down into socket until it locks into place. Repeat for other arm.
Tools required: Phillips screwdriver

Install seat hooks


1. Place the seat, cushioned side down, on a flat surface.

2. Assemble a seat hook to each corner of the seat as shown at right in install seat hooks. The L-hook must be located as shown at right.

3. Tighten the screws securely to prevent the hooks from sliding or turning

Install padded seat

1. Ensure the seat stops are positioned on both seat rails as shown at right in seat stops‚¬ to prevent the seat from sliding forward. Each screw and nut should be tight enough to prevent the seat stop from moving without deforming the end of the seat rail, which would prevent easy folding of the Shower Commode Chair.

2. Open the chair to its full width as shown at right in install seat‚¬.

3. Place the seat on the seat rails as shown at right in install seat‚¬ with the curved seat edge toward rear.

4. Hook the side with two J-hooks on the seat rails with the front hook located behind the seat stop. Lower the other side of the seat until it rests on the seat rails.

5. Lift the seat rails about an inch to allow the remaining hooks to engage the seat rails, then push down on the seat to open the chair to its full width and lock the seat in place. Ensure the front hooks are butted against backs of seat stops to prevent the seat from sliding forward

Install commode pail
Slide commode pail into bracket below seat.

Install footrests
Set each footrest on Rehab Shower Commode frame so that footrest hinge plates engage Rehab Shower Commode hinge pins. Swing footrest inward and, using some force, firmly lock footrest in place and ensure swingaway release lever is locked in forward position.

HANDLING TIPS FOR ATTENDANT

TILTING Tilting the Rehab Shower Commode backward is generally required to negotiate such obstacles as ramps, inclines, thresholds, stairs and door sills. Tilting should only be performed by an attendant. To tilt the Rehab Shower Commode backward

1. Grasp the push handles securely and ensure that the hand grips are firmly attached.

2. Ensure that the user's feet are situated flat on the footplates and that arms, hands and fingers are clear of the wheels and any other components.

3. Advise the user, before tilting the Rehab Shower Commode backward, what you intend to do and remind the user to lean back.

4. Place one foot on the tipping lever and apply downward force until the Rehab Shower Commode is tilted back enough to overcome the obstacle.

5. Lower the front end slowly.

For attendant: threshold ascent facing forward

1. Ensure that the hand grips are securely fastened and do not turn or slip.

2. Stand behind the Rehab Shower Commode, holding the hand grips, facing the threshold.

3. Advise the user that you will be tilting backward and remind the user to lean back.

4. Tilt the Rehab Shower Commode backward to its balance point and move forward until the front casters pass over the top of the threshold.

5. Lower the front casters SLOWLY to the threshold while you rotate the Rehab Shower Commode forward by the push handles until the rear casters roll up and over the threshold.

6. Ensure that the Rehab Shower Commode has completely cleared the threshold and can not roll backward.

For attendant: threshold ascent facing backward

1. Ensure that the hand grips are securely fastened and do not turn or slip.

2. Stand behind the Rehab Shower Commode, holding the hand grips, facing away from the threshold, with the rear casters against the threshold.

3. Advise the user that you will be tilting backward and remind the user to lean back.

4. Tilt the Rehab Shower Commode back to its balance point and lift up by the push handles while pulling the Rehab Shower Commode up and over the threshold. DO NOT lower the front casters down until the Rehab Shower Commode is back far enough to clear the threshold.

For attendant: threshold descent

1. Ensure that the hand grips are securely fastened and do not turn or slip.

2. Stand behind the Rehab Shower Commode, holding the hand grips, with your back to the threshold.

3. Look over your shoulder and step down carefully.

4. Hold the hand grips tightly and pull the Rehab Shower Commode until the rear casters reach the threshold edge.

5. Slowly roll the rear casters down onto the lower level.

6. After the wheels are safely on the lower level, advise the user that you will be tilting backward and remind the user to lean back.

7. Tilt the Rehab Shower Commode back to its balance point; this will lift the front casters off the threshold. Take several small steps backward until the front casters have cleared the threshold.

8. Turn the Rehab Shower Commode around, place one foot on the tipping lever, and gradually lower the front casters to the ground.Warning WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Specification

Specification Values
Seat Width 20"
Seat Depth 19"
Seat Height 23 ½"
Back Height 19"
Overall wheel Diameter 42 ¾"
Overall Chair Height 43"
Overall Chair Width 28 ¼"
Weight 50 lb

Warranty

Two (2) year limited warranty

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