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Topic Title: Low-Air-Loss Beds
Created On: 09/01/2003 08:08 AM
 
 10/13/2003 09:31 PM

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stevert

Hi there, Have you seen or heard about Woolprotec medical sheepskins from Australia? They are the result of governent and health industry research and are now accredited for pressure ulcer use. Either for lying on in bed, or special shapes for wheelchair use. Not sure if this may be an alternative for you to consider. regards Steve (from down under)
 09/01/2003 08:08 AM

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blazingfingers345

I have a very close friend who is wheel-chair bound. He has a very large decubitus on his coccyx. He has had surgery (debridement) on this in the past two weeks. I am wondering how to get one of these low-air-loss beds for him. Any ideas?? If he needs an RX that is no problem his physician will allow for that. Thanks for your time!!
     
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