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Commodes (also known as commode chairs) are portable, self-contained toilets that are on static feet or casters.
They provide a convenient way to use the toilet without having to go to the bathroom every time - useful for those who have limited mobility or who are at risk of falling, as it reduces the distance they need to cover in order to relieve themselves.
Anyone who needs to get to the toilet quickly but finds it challenging to get there may benefit from using a commode or commode chair. They're a highly useful aid for people with reduced mobility or are weak or unsteady. If they are at risk of falling, a commode may be safer than attempting to walk to the bathroom.
There are a few considerations to keep in mind when choosing a commode or commode chair:
Don't forget to think about what height, width and user weight is required as well.
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