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Chair & Day Beds

Altitude Care Chair

The ALTITUDE has been designed exclusively for people with limited mobilit It has been entirely for your comfort. Design for people with restricted movements suffering from: paralysis weak/malformed limbs injuries of the joints diseases like heart problems, poor circulation, disturbance of balance, cachexia and old-age illnesses

Delux and Mini Delux
Delux Bed The Ultimate in Pressure Management

Float on a Soft Cushion of Air!

Utilising the unique Air Comfort Seating SystemTM Complete workstation for the nursing of dependent patients

Compact Lift Chair
Float on a Soft Cushion of Air!

Designed for customers who require assistance sitting and leaving their chair, utilising the unique Air Comfort Seating System™. Offers proven pressure relief.


Qbitus Cushions

Pressure Relief Cushions

Qbitus Community Care Gel Cushion

The Community Gel is a bi-directional product that is almost impossible to fit incorrectly, a major advantage to the busy carer, vulnerable client and concerned clinician.

Qbitus Pudgee Pressure Cushion

A unique load distributing foam supported by a high grade Reflex Foam, and finished with a thin layer of comfort foam providing a natural thermal break. Comes as standard with a vapour permeable thermo plastic liner for extra protection and extended durability.

Qbitus Q-Care Cushions 1 & 2

A new range of high performance seating compontents, based on the original and highly regarded Q-Care cushion.

Qbitus Sunmate Pressure Cushion

Manufactured using organic material from renewable and sustainable resources and low or toxic free chemical ingredients. Sunmate is a technically advanced memory foam with unique qualities; it is high load bearing, light in weight and temperature stable whilst remaining soft to the touch. It gently forms around the bony prominences to cushion,...


Thevo AutoActiv - Pressure Ulcer Mattress
A good way to prevent pressure ulcers

Many individuals in need of care suffer from pressure ulcers. Conventional positioning systems are either too hard or too soft for the patients, causing skin irritation to develop into pressure ulcers.