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ACHIEVEMENT MODIFIED INCLINE RAMPS    


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Picture of ACHIEVEMENT MODIFIED INCLINE RAMPS The Achievement Modified Incline Ramps are positioning wedges designed for use with children or adults with mobility, severe physical, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injuries. These wedges are intended to provide gentle support when positioning an individual in a supine or prone position. Constructed of firm, comfortable, fire-resistant foam, these wedges are covered in extra heavy- duty anti-bacterial fire-retardant vinyl. Velcro-backed safety straps are included. These wedges can be cleaned with mild soap and water. DIMENSIONS (HxWxL): 16 x 36 inches x 6 feet, 10 x 23 x 37 inches, or 8 x 23 x 37 inches.

Price: 284.95 to 274.95.

This product record was updated on June 15, 2010.

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Achievement Products

P.O. Box 6013
Carol Stream, Illinois 60197-6013
United States
Telephone: 800-373-4699.
Fax: 800-766-4303.
Web: http://www.achievement-products.com.
Email: info@achievement-products.com.


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