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Bariatric Products

Bariatric products specifically designed for heavier patients. Manual wheelchairs, walkers, commodes, transfer benches, and health care beds.

Serving the home medical equipment needs of Bariatric clients is a specialized business. You will need to consider the challenges that these patients face and how that translates to their living environment. Measure doorways and hallways to determine any limitations for walking aids, scooters and wheelchairs. Consider the turning radius requirements for wheelchairs. Consider weight of products and whether they need to be moved or transported. Who will do the lifting?
Bariatic Bed and Related Bariatric Lift Chairs Bariatric Lifts and Slings
Bariatric Beds & Related
- Hospital Beds
- Sleep Surfaces

Lift Chairs
- Extra Wide
- Heavy Duty

Patient Lifts and Slings

Bariatric Personal Care Bariatric Scooters Bariatric Shoes
Personal Aids
- Bath & Commode
- Walker & Rollator


Scooters


Bariatric Shoes


Bariatric Wheelchairs
Wheelchairs
Manual & Power



Invacare Bariatric Patient Lift Sling
Invacare Heavy-Duty Full Body Mesh R140
Your Price: $111.00

Invacare R140 XX-Large Heavy-Duty Sling is available with or without commode opening. Invacare Heavy Duty Full Body Mesh Sling has 600-lb weight capacity. Polyester/Nylon fabric.


Heavy Duty Hoyer Lift
Invacare Heavy Duty Power Lifter, RPL600
Your Price: $3,199.00

Reliant Bariatric Heavy-Duty Patient Lifter for larger patients. Reliable Patient Lift with two rechargeable battery packs and wall mount external charger.
  • Powered by Rechargeable Batteries
  • Use 4/6 point sling

Weight Capacity Lift Range Lift Patient from Floor Base Width Open Base Width Closed Product Weight Warranty
600 lbs. 29.5" to 70" Yes 41" 26.5" 138 lbs. 3 Year Limited

Assessing the Bariatric Patient

Mobility Assessment: A cane or walker can promote activity. A lifter may be required to assist in safe transfers.

Daily Hygiene: Products that facilitate bathing will promote good hygiene.

Sleeping Environment: Bariatric clients may be bed-ridden and more susceptible to the development of decubitus ulcers or pressure sores. Therapeutic support surfaces should be considered.

Sleep Apnea: Obesity is a direct factor in sleep apnea. Seek evaluation for CPAP therapy.


Plan for caregiver safety. Lifting of any patient is inherently dangerous.