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Theracomfort™ Visco Cushion


The TheraComfort™ VISCO pressure relieving cushion has atop surface layer of temperature sensitivememory foam.

This visco surface reacts by re-moulding uniformly to the patient’s body contours dissipating pressure. Providing higher patient
comfort and support.

Pressure Care - Quick Facts

  •  *Medium to High Risk
  •  17 st /108Kg
  •  100% Waterproof PU
  •  43 cm x 43 cm x 8cm
  •  Medium Risk Cushion

The TheraComfort™ Visco cushion has a top surface layer of temperature sensitive memory foam which reacts and moulds uniformly to the patients contours.


  • A top surface of Visco elastic memory foam which is pressure and temperature sensitive.
  • The Theracomfort™ visco cushion is a mix of CMHR and visco elastic memory foam to provide support and pressure distribution.
  • The PU coated fabric is 2 way stretch material and vapour permeable to enhance pressure care
  • Fully removable zipped cover for easy cleaning.
  • Therawave™ cushion conforms to Fire retardancy BS6807:1996 medium hazard
  • Theracomfort™ Visco cushion conforms to Fire retardancy BS6807:1996 medium hazard
  • Adjusts and remoulds to body shape for optimum comfort and pressure relief
  • Fully removable cover
  • 43cm x 43cm x 8cm

For use in medium to high risk* scenarios

For use in wheelchairs or Day chairs

“Exceptional, very individualised service, I would highly recommend Mayflower Medical to other care providers.”

Joanne James, Area Manager, Adelaide Nursing Home

The Theracomfort™ Visco <a href=””><b>pressure relieving cushion</b></a> is a Medium to High Risk* wheelchair or day chair cushion. The combination of CMHR and memory foam allows the cushion to mould to the patients contours, ensuring very low interface pressures. The cushion is covered with a removable zipped PU 2 way stretch 100% waterproof cover. The PU 2 way stretch cover has been specially designed to work in combination with the memory foam which allows immersion and support of pressure areas which are at Risk of pressure ulcer damage.