Bath chair


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Bath chair

(băth, bäth)
n.
A hooded wheelchair used especially for invalids, typically at a spa.
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The technology is being used to produce the Blue Wave Bath Chair for Rifton Equipment, Rifton, N.Y., a sister company of Twinshot Technologies.
With the included headrest and lateral supports, hip belt and angle adjustable features, the Manatee pediatric bath chair provides the support for children with mild to more severe levels of physical involvement.
Contract awarded for Carrier, Bath chair, Table bridge, Atril and bacin, Nursing equipment for use in the center of permanent attention of the national program of the elderly adult my golden years
Then again I'd ticked only four out of the 20 men on the basis they looked old enough to push my bath chair.
Asked about an alleged incident with Gwyneth Fowler, when he is accused of pushing her on to a bath chair, he said co-worker Jennifer Gayne was 'mistaken' with her account of what had happened and said he was using 'safe holding techniques' to prevent himself and Ms Gayne being struck by the 'aggressive and agitated' state of Mrs Fowler.
Thank you Gazette for putting some twinkle back into my old eyes as I look forward to my electric bath chair with go-faster stripes.
The great grandmum, who suffers from mobility problems, had been searching for a bath chair following shoulder replacement surgery last year.
"They had me in a bath chair down on Torquay beach.That is the cynical world we are in.
Actor Ralph Fiennes, on film-making "I love this show and if I don't take a deep breath and move on now I never will and you will be wheeling me out of the Tardis in my bath chair"
Sylvester Stallone practically climbed out of a bath chair to fight for the world heavyweight title in Rocky IV but only after he had taken out his hearing aid.
I was just waiting for Lineker to come up with a suggestion Masters officials had a bath chair waiting at the 18th green to take Player to his personal commode in the Butler Cabin.
No longer hide bound or bed bound by the convention of bath chair and Complan, today's seniors are as likely to be windsurfing, mountaineering or modelling as doddering around the Darby and Joan club.