180kg Compact Mobile Patient Lifter is an aluminum-made lightweight lifter with such specifications as a highly integrated and diagnostic system and ergonomic design for easy transfer of the clients in different situations. It has a leg operation and a powered lift as well as a compact frame and a low chassis designed for the best handling and moving solution in different environments. Brand - LiftAid.
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180kg Compact Mobile Patient Lifter – The ergonomic design helps the resident move safely in different health care environments, transfer from different grounds easily as well lifting from one floor to another. For places with limited spacing, maneuvering is made possible since the lifter is made with a compact frame design and low chassis.
The leg operation and the powered lift are important to enable the carers to ensure that residents weighing 180kg are transferred safely and in a secure manner. Moreover, they ensure that the residents are comfortable as they are being transferred.
The diagnostics system is incorporated into the lifter to enhance the safety of the residents. They, therefore, ensure that the product lifetime is optimized. The system identifies the requirements of the service offered to the residents and records how they are used.
Having been designed with a long boom, you can be sure that the residents are free from such risks as an injury during lifting in various environments.
What we all know About Powered Patient Lifters
Patient lifts, in conjunction with the proper sling, make it possible to transport a patient with reduced mobility to and from a bed to another location for care like a chair or shower. Particularly for caregivers in a home, a patient lift is essential to transfer the patient with no strain to the operator.
Powered patient lifts use rechargeable batteries and plug into a standard electrical outlet and are controlled by a handheld remote-control device. Because they are powered, as opposed to manual, these lifts increase the safety factor for the patient and reduce the stress put on the caregiver to maneuver the lift. For patients who are able, some powered patient lifts can be operated by the person in the sling with the remote control.
For both patients and caregivers, patient lifts provide a safe way to transfer a patient who lacks the ability to do so on her or his own. Assess the needs of the patient and those assisting to determine the best lift for your needs. With the proper lift, the quality of life for the patient can be greatly improved.