A person may need to use a commode if he needs to stay in bed most of the time. A commode is useful if a person is weak or unsteady. If he is at risk of falling, a commode may be safer than walking to the bathroom.
A bedside commode is a movable toilet that does not use running water. It looks like a chair with a toilet seat and has a bucket or container underneath. The container can be removed for cleaning after the commode is used. A commode can be placed beside the bed if a person cannot get to the bathroom. The commode may have wheels so that it can be rolled away when it is not needed. The wheels should be locked when the person uses the commode to prevent the chair from moving.
Folding Steel Commode
- Easily opens and folds for storage and transportation.
- Elastic corded legs for smallest folded commode available.
- Durable plastic snap-on seat and lid.
- Blue powder-coated steel-welded construction.
- Plastic arms for added comfort.
- Includes 7.5 qt. commode bucket with carry handle, cover and splash shield.
H720T4 Glide About Commode with Four Locking Casters
Toileting and dressing needs are simplified with the versatile H720T4 Glide About Commode. Four locking swivel casters and adjustable footrests allow the Glide About to accommodate numerous rehabilitation requirements. The powder coated frame finish and vinyl upholstery is durable, easy to clean and blends seamlessly into any environment.
ProBasics® Drop Arm Commode
Featuring soft, Hypalon® armrests, a removable backrest and tool-less assembly, the ProBasics Drop Arm Commode combines comfort and convenience in one. Comes complete with bucket with lid and easy, snap-on seat.
ATS 505 Aluminum Frame Commode
- Soft sealed vinyl coated plastic seat
- Plastic back and armrests for easy cleaning
- Aluminum frame
- Lift off removable seat for cleaning purpose
- Plastic pail with lid
- 4 locking casters
- Flip-up Aluminum footrests
- Attendant push handles
- 17 1/2″ width between handles
- 10° back recline for added comfort