Patient Lifts

Patient lifts are used to lift and transfer patients from one place to another: from a bed to a bath, or from a chair to a stretcher, for example. Patient lifts should not be confused with chair lifts or elevators. The basic components of lifts include a mast (the vertical bar that fits into the base), a boom (a bar that extends over the patient), and a sling designed to hold the patient. Lifts are operated using a power source or manually. The powered models generally require the use of a rechargeable battery, and the manual models are operated using hydraulics.

Patient lifts are important tools for home health care. They reduce the risk of injury to patients and caregivers when properly used. However, improper use of patient lifts can pose significant risks:  falls from these devices have resulted in severe patient injuries. See this guide on proper patient lift use.

Contact us today to have a trained technician deliver, set up and instruct you on the proper use of the patient lift.

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