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ROHO High Profile Single Compartment Cushion

$369.00 - $410.00
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Appropriate for those at moderate to high risk of skin breakdown.
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ROHO's High Profile Single Compartment wheelchair cushion features their industry-leading Dry Floatation technology that provides unmatched skin/soft tissue protection and maximum pressure distribution while decreasing friction and shear.

The adjustable 4.25" interlocking air cells allow the cushion to shape to the user’s body minimizing tissue deformation and maximizing blood flow. These adjustments are made while the user is seated to accommodate changing needs in positioning and skin/soft tissue integrity throughout the day and over time. The separated air cells allow air circulation to reach the surface of the skin providing a cooling environment for the user. 

This air wheelchair cushion comes standard with a two-way stretch cover that features polyester sides with zipper closure and a non-skid PVC-coated bottom. This non-skid bottom along with Velcro straps that attach the cushion to the chair help keep the wheelchair cushion in place during daily activities and transfers.  

The High Profile Single Compartment cushion is appropriate for individuals who:

  • have a history of skin/soft tissue breakdown and/or any category/stage pressure injury, skin grafts, and/or myocutaneous flap surgery
  • currently have skin/soft tissue breakdown and/or any category/stage pressure injury 
  • are at risk for skin/soft tissue breakdown and/or deep tissue injury
  • have normal or impaired sensation
  • require accommodation of pelvic asymmetry, up to approximately 3"

NOTE: ROHO cushion sizes are based on the size of the wheelchair not by the size of cushion.

Looking for a replacement cover for your ROHO High Profile Single Compartment Cushion? CLICK HERE for the standard replacement cover or CLICK HERE for the heavy duty/incontinence replacement cover.

Care Medical Source offers a variety of wheelchair cushionswheelchair backs and seating accessories. Can't find what you're looking for? Give us a call at 1.800.443.7091 and we'll be happy to help.

 Includes:  Single compartment cushion, cover, inflation pump, repair kit, and operation manual
 Construction:  Flame-resistant black neoprene (latex-free)
 Sizes:  Fits a wide range of chair widths from 12" to 28" (custom sizes available)
 Height:  4.25" (without load)
 Weight:  3.25 lbs. (varies by cushion size)
 Weight Capacity:  None if properly sized to the individual 
 Warranty:  24 month limited for cushion | 6 month limited for cover




Most items purchased from Care Medical Source are returnable within 30 days of the date of purchase if the item is in new, resalable condition and in its original packaging containing all parts and accessories. Some items are non-returnable for hygienic reasons or if the item was custom-made by the manufacturer to your specifications. Exceptions would be if the item(s) received were different than the item(s) ordered. We support the products that we sell by honoring all manufacturer warranties; however, each manufacturer has different warranty policies and procedures. Please view our Return/Warranty Policy for additional information.


  • 5
    No pressure sores

    Posted by Chuck Foltz (Officer Char) on Sep 7th 2018

    The wife has used foam and gel pads in the past with limited success. Since she has been using the Roho she has not had any pressure sore problems for years. She started with a low profile which lasted many years and now has this wonderful high profile for the last three years. We won't go back to gels. (original post date July 3, 2011)