Stand Assist Sling
Standing Sling for Stand-Up Lifts, 440-lb capacity.
Stand Assist Slings are designed to work on Invacare's GHS350 and RPS350 Standing Patient Lifts. Although they work on other brands and models, they are not intended to be used on a full-body lift. Use this sling on a Stand Assist Lift only.
The R130 and R131 standing slings are for residents who are partially dependent, have at least 60-percent weight bearing capacity, have head and neck control, are cooperative, can sit up on the edge of the bed (with or without assistance), and are able to bend at the hip, knees and ankles.
Use the R130 or R131 standing slings for standing assistance, quick toileting, weight bearing practice and for transferring resident from bed to chair, or chair to bed.Usage:
Individuals that use the Standing Sling (Model R130 and R131) MUST be able to support some of their own weight
, otherwise injury can occur.Standing Sling - Models R130, R131
Standing slings assist individuals that can support the majority of their own weight in a standing position. Multiple hook up points adjust to body sizes.
|Dimensions:||R130: 44" Waist, 60" Overall x 16" Height|
R131: 58" Waist, 84" Overall x 16" Height
|Weight Capacity:||440 lb|
A=44" Waist, B=16" Height, C=60" OverallR131:
A=58" Waist, B=16" Height, C=84" Overall
Attaching the Standing Sling R130
- Position the standing sling around the patient's torso just below the shoulder blades and under the arms. Make sure the bottom edge of the sling is on the lower back and the patient's arms are outside the standing sling. The belt should be towards the patient with the labels at the bottom of the standing sling.
- Secure the standing sling to the patient by buckling the belt. Adjust the belt for a snug, but comfortable fit.
- Attach the standing sling to the stand up lift.
See also:R134 Transport Sling for Standing Lift