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There are situations that ask for urgency. When a person in your family undergoes a serious surgery or becomes handicapped, you realize that he will need attributes more than general care. There have to be safety measures in all spheres that touch his life. Bathroom doesn't fall out of this equation and should be treated with aplomb and care. In situations where he patient goes through ostomy or abdominal surgeries, it is clear that he cannot lean on seats. Thus, the necessity of raised toilet seat becomes prominent. This keeps the patient on a raised footing and makes him bend just a little. Depending on the height of the patient, a logical toilet seat riser can be placed, which changes height dimension perceptibly. Of course, the weight of the patient is also suggestive, since hefty people can break such elevated toilet seats with their weight. In such cases, the equipment is braced with aluminum and steel and can carry up to 400 pounds. Generally, raised seats come into business for people who are temporarily bed-ridden and have the requisite strength to go through defecating process with support. Yet, if you wish to offer him due comfort, you can get raised toilet seat with arms. These armrests come sturdy, padded and even structured of wood for a homely feeling. The wide arms also come laced with due flexibility to account for patients with wide girth. Regarding raised toilet seats, many homes have people suffering from arthritis, ankle inflammation, venous ulcers and hemorrhoids. All these conditions make sitting for a stretch difficult. Then there are people with severely injured legs who cannot bear their weight. These people can only understand the value of such seats and the comfort they get unbidden. Handicapped toilet seat likewise completely secures the invalid with seat belts and armrests. They just have to place their hips on the elevated unit and remain air-borne. Of course, you need to know that these elevated toilet seats are not cranes and rise only up to 6” in general. However such elevation is substantial keeping the nature of function you require it for. Its best part is that it doesn't obstruct defecation in anyway. These are made of repelling substances so that wastes don’t stick and are easily wiped off. You can even get a bidet toilet seat for swiveling purposes. The general behavior of an elevated toilet seat is of a clamping nature. They are clamped to the base of the existential commode and hold on through strategic latches. They grow up through sidebars and end at the elevation point, generally formed of steel. You can also get them with locking composure that fits into the commode top with a click. Of course, these seats come with a middle hollow for feces to pass in. These come with optional lids, to keep the area covered when not in use. This is just for aesthetics and hygiene. A hand shower helps the cleaning as well as cleaning of other parts that catch the obnoxious fumes rising out of the commode. You will get raised toilet seats with or without handles. For instance, those having afflicted a severe joint pain are in need of an elevated toilet seat but definitely not the handle. It must be said that falls from commode are a pretty common affair, especially with kids, senile people and degenerate ones. Those suffering from severe illness don’t generally have the strength to be on their win and profit immensely if such seats have a backrest as well. The armrest can be padded; in fact, the whole setup can be padded if the patient suffers from hemorrhoids or has undergone rear surgery. You can also avail of portable elevating units that keep intact, pressed by the patient and also through Velcro closures. They should have the exterior of a grasping kind so that it doesn't skid or implode. There are other categories as well as the slip-on kind that easily slips into the existing commode and make sit all the more facilitated. Yes, they generally come in a fixed height and cannot suit one and all. You can also keep suction grab rails handy, while the commode should be laced with a splash guard to not make it unwieldy and dirty. Remember the ultimate aim is to give patients comfort, composure and cleanliness. Raised toilet seats help substantially in that regard. Certain seats come thin and some thick and you need to choose discreetly. You should also be there to accord personal touch to the patient.
Raised Toilet Seats

Minimal Price: $ 13.14 13.14