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Patient Lifts

Patient Lifts & Slings

Combining a Patient Lift with the appropriate Sling simplifies patient transfers while providing a secure and safe patient experience.

Reliable home lifts can go a long way in improving the quality of life for a disabled person by changing positions from sitting to standing or vice versa. For getting out of or into bed, these devices are indispensable, saving wear and tear on patients, caregivers and family members alike. They're also ideal for providing an easier means for showering or toileting.

Offering a patient lifting devices for improved transfers. Safety and dignity of patient handling.

Patient Lifts are available in a range of designs and affordable price points.

You'll also find an array of patient lift slings (or hoist slings), overhead lifts, bath lifts and even swimming pool/spa lifts. Most lifts run on rechargeable batteries, some fold down for easy storage and most will accommodate patients weighing as much as 400 pounds. Bariatric units will carry more. Order yours today!Most are delivered in 5-7 business days.

Transfer patients from bed to chair, wheelchair, or commode as well as picking up from the floor in case of falls. The use of this type mobility lift may enable people who are temporarily or permanently disabled to stay in their own home with assistance from family members or other caregivers rather than living in a nursing home.

Economical manual-hydraulic lifts are easy to use and provide the basic functions to safely transfer a patient or lift from the floor in the event of a fall. Power Lifts are reliable and work with the push of a button. Powered Lifts using up-to-date technology and features make sense for any long-term care situation or other settings where the Lift is used throughout the day. In addition, using the hand pendant on a Powered Lift enables the caregiver to focus on the patient and not the hardware.

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