Broda’s unique line of tilt-in-space positioning chairs has been improving people’s lives for more than 35 years. Broda’s durable medical equipment by MITY Inc. provides long-term care for patients with the highest level of comfort, resulting in the highest quality of life. For some, having the appropriate type of chair or wheelchair means relief from chronic pain, for others, it’s maintaining independence, and in many cases, it means getting out of bed for the first time in months to engage in their surroundings.
The tilt-in-space features allow for maximum control over a patient’s position, while the rocking function creates contentment.
With proprietary Comfort Tension Seating®, users will experience increased support, pressure redistribution, and sitting tolerance.
Mix and match frame colors, fabric patterns, and accessories to find the perfect chair for your style. Customization is easy with Broda.
The Synthesis Transport Chair allows for safe patient transport in an accessible vehicle with the ability to keep the individual in the same chair for care and transport. The amount of transfers is reduced increasing the overall comfort and safety for both the individual and the caregiver.
Available in both rear caster or rear or mid-mount mag wheel configurations in up to 24″ seat width and 350 lb. weight capacity, the Synthesis Transport Chair meets the WC-19 full compliance standards. The WC19 Wheelchair standards are put forth by the American National Standards Institute / Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (ANSI /RESNA) and tested by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI).
Offering outstanding benefits for both patients and caregivers, the Synthesis Transport Chair is ideal for:
• Transporting residents to appointments or outings.
• Improved posture, breathing, feeding, and overall comfort.
• Fall prevention and Safe patient handling.
• Accommodating hyperextension.
• Changing incontinence products without transferring from the chair.
• Individuals requiring Moderate to Advanced levels of nursing care.
• Severe Agitation and Involuntary Movement.
• Vehicle Transportation with an occupant.