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    Forum Member Terry's Avatar
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    Hi Sylvia,

    I think the name of your thin lilo is a Repose made by the same people as the seat cushion.

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    I have a 'hospital' bed with air supply. Last night I turned to down to a lower setting and it was great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingSoupDragon View Post
    The bed-sore, aches and pains problem associated with extended bed occupancy - a real monkey.

    I am in hospital at the moment and have been using (a trial) an air mattress with the ToTo system which rocks the patient left to right using a very slow motion. It's excellent when patient is laid down and gave me several nights excellent rest with no pressure sensitive spots on awaking.

    I am being issued one (+ air mattress) on return to home through CHC.

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    One or two people have been asking about mattresses and I thought that I would highlight this one. If you click on the red writing it will show a picture but it's not very clear how it fits on the bed etc.

    Also you can use a normal type of mattress on a hospital bed but now days they are quite thick.

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