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Wheelchairs

  • Wheelchairs of different models according to the needs and possibilities of the patient. Electrical and mechanical, universal and functional. Widely used both at home and in medical institutions, rehabilitation centers. High quality, manoeuvrable, for maximum comfort of the patient and the staff or relatives caring for him. 

  • Wheelchairs are assistive devices for patients who are forced to use a wheelchair due to a medical condition (muscle paralysis, nerve damage, impaired coordination, etc.). Wheelchairs are assistive devices for patients who are forced to use a wheelchair due to a medical condition (muscle paralysis, nerve damage, impaired coordination, etc.). 

    Moving around the room, from one place to another, to the kitchen, bathroom or treatment room is inevitable. For a person who has lost mobility, this movement is an extremely complicated procedure, just like for those who have to take care of it. Wheelchairs that are comfortable, sturdy and manoeuvrable increase patient independence and enable patients to reach the right places while reducing the strain on nurses and medical staff. Standard wheelchairs can be designed for self-driving or with the help of a caregiver or staff. Electric wheelchairs provide even more convenience, as the latter movements do not require physical effort from either the patient or the nurses, and the patient can cover a much greater distance on their own without assistance from the country. 

    Wheelchairs provide mobility for people who have lost their mobility. They are widely used both in medical institutions and at home. We offer a choice of different models of wheelchairs: classic, functional, folding or electric. Most options come with comfortable legroom, maneuverable, easy-to-operate, aesthetic designs. Priklausomai nuo paciento būklės ir poreikių, vežimėliai suteikia komfortą judėti savarankiškai arba padeda slaugančiam personalui bei artimiesiems jį valdyti.  Depending on the patient's condition and needs, the wheelchairs provide comfort to move independently or help the nursing staff and relatives to manage it.