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ROHO QUADTRO SELECT 3" MID Profile 4-Chamber Cushion
Quadtro Select Mid Profile Cushion
Quadtro Select Mid Profile Cushion

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List Price: $449.00
Our Price: $369.00
Savings: $80.00

Product Code: MQC

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ROHO QUADTRO SELECT 3" MID Profile 4-Chamber Cushion

The ROHO Quadtro Select Mid Profile® is designed for individuals who require special positioning of the pelvis or thighs and are at risk for moderate skin breakdown. With 3 inch high air cells, the Mid Profile is ideal for those that need higher cells than the Low Profile provides but not as much as the High Profile features.

What Makes This Better: - The Quadtro Select Mid Profile® features the ISOFLO Memory Control Unit that is great for quick and easy on-demand adjustments. It is a knob that can be pushed open to adjust the level of inflation and then closed to lock in and maintain the desired level. With ISOFLO stability is enhanced and side-to-side and front-to-back motions are reduced by locking air into place in each of the four quadrants.


  • 3" high cells provide a significant amount of postural support
  • Matches and tracks the shape of the user throughout the day
  • Available in six sizes
  • ISOFLO® Memory offers shape fitting capabilities while seated
  • Quick simple position selection
  • Weight capacity: 500 lbs.
  • Weight: 3.5 lbs.

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5 of 5 For patients at risk of decubedes ulcers, you can' March 27, 2013
Reviewer: Tracy L from Smithtown  
Roho has been called "the Cadillac of wheelchair cushions" by physical therapists for good reason. It simply is the best. I have tried all the imitators...VicAir, for one, promoted by The Comfort Company whose triangular air balls can actually cause, not prevent sacrum wounds. Jay gel cushions have hard foam casings in which the gel pad lies, perhaps good enough for minimal skin breakdown risks, but I have had five stage 4 sacrum ulcerations and only the Roho wheelchair cushion has provided protection. Stay away from the Medline and other generic brands. Yes, the Roho is high maintenance and it's seams can
spring leaks under excessive stress, but take it from one paraplegic, confined to a wheelchair, who has had so many sacrum wounds, anything less than the Roho, or at least the Jay, is asking for more problems.

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