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Hospital Bed with Alternating Air Mattress Semi electric hospital frame Electric recline Manual lift Low Air Loss Mattress is a alternating pressure therapy mattress that combines low air loss and alternating pressure therapies into one system. Durable and user-friendly, this pressure therapy mattress is specifically designed for pressure ulcer treatment and prevention. Quiet and powerful, this air mattress features 20 8-inch bladders that allow for deep submersion and excellent pressure redistribution.Other$600.00Villa Rica, GA
Standing FrameFrame to assist bed-bound patient to stand with a goal to eventually walking again.Mobility/Seating & PositioningKennesaw, GA
Handicapped Van with LiftFord Econoline 2003 Van with working lift, wheelchair locks in floor, 57,000 miles, gold, good condition, fold-down seats to bed, double gas tank combined as one, raised roof, lowered floor, nice interior, CD player.Vehicle Modification & Transportation$6,000.00Loganville, GA
A computer brand nothing specificEasy to see able to use microphone able sit up good pictureComputers & RelatedAngie, LA

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