Stand Aid Bestmove STA400
model: STA400 has 400 lb. Capacity
Is this product really what you're looking for? The Standing Transfer Aid is not a lift at all. There is no lifting or pivoting action, it is a rigid transporter for patients that can stand. The patient must be able to stand up on their own. Once standing, you can use this device to transport the patient. Once standing, the black pads on the end of the device rotate around the frame and behind the patient to form a seat and prevent the patient from falling backward.
The (BestCare) Bestmove Standing Transfer Aid is a transport assistance unit that keeps the resident actively engaged in the transport process. Users grasp the middle bar and use their own strength to pull themselves up into position. A padded split seat swings out to allow loading or unloading, then swings back to form a comfortable and stable transport seat. The Stand Assist is a convenient toileting alternative to a wheelchair.
Transport functions of all kinds are quick, convenient, and require
minimal caregiver assistance. The lifter is rolled up to the patient so
their knees are against the padded knee supports and the back is lowered
down behind the patient.
As the user grasps the middle bar and uses their own strength to pull
themselves up into position the caregiver can assist by applying a
downward force on the handle.
The Standing Transfer Aid is a convenient toileting alternative to a
wheelchair. The lift is rolled up to the patient so their knees touch
the padded knee support and the open seat is lowered behind the patient.
Patients qualified to
use the Standing Aid must have adequate arm strength to pull themselves
upward and enough leg strength to support their own weight into a
standing position. Patients who meet these criteria and have difficulty
walking will find the Stand Aid a useful and safe transfer/transport
device. Once the patient has positioned themselves on board the split
seat can easily be placed securely and allow the resident to sit
comfortably while a caregiver performs the transport or transfer.
Watch how simple it is to perform seated transfers.