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Andy Speechley, who won a degree of nationwide fame when he created the Dignity Bidet Commode, has now taken his invention a step further.
She further did not respect the dignity of two women who were told to use their incontinence pads when they had asked to use commodes, it is claimed.
The poor state of repair of chairs and equipment, such as commodes, was a recurring theme on the four wards inspectors visited at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital.
SEAT OF LEARNING: Jane Goodbody and Melanie Gallo show off the new, improved commodes which they designed and have now been delivered to Coventry's University Hospita
Straight Flush: Our old commodes might use from three to seven gallons of fresh water per flush.
Care Quality Commission inspectors made an unannounced visit to Dudley Group of Hospitals Foundation Trust - and found it had breached regulations to maintain cleanliness after finding 13 dirty commodes.
Extra-strong beds that can support patients up to a massive 70 stone, commodes, chairs and hoists that support up to 55 stone, and trolleys and operating tables that can cope with up to 42 stone have all been on our hospital's shopping lists.
Now, in all fairness, I have to say that these commodes are fine, just as long as you do not open and shut the drawers.
The usual commodes here are also very low to the ground, making it difficult--even for the able-bodied person--to get on and off.
It also can be used to move residents between beds and wheelchairs, to and from commodes, or directly to or from the floor.
Carved settees, side chairs, marble tables, desks, commodes, bronze statuettes, a safe, wine pedestals, bookcases, game tables, lamps, bronze torchiers, antique silver and oil paintings are included in the catalog.
From mirrors to chandeliers, commodes to books and even Chinese porcelain--they are all antiques Gossett and Banic could see not only on their showroom floor but perhaps in their own homes.
This summer, the New Mexico capital will be dotted with 185 old toilets, decorated by city residents and artists, for a public art exhibit aimed at encouraging people to replace their old commodes with water saving, low-flow models.
The Red Cross depot in Conway Road supplies commodes, bath seats, bed tables and other items on short-term loan to help people in crisis.