Patient Lifting Machine Heavy Duty 2 in 1 Patient handling device – ACCIBLEHOIST

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  • NDIS Registered Product 
  • Heavy duty 200 Kg Capacity
  • 5 Ah lead-acid battery
  • 10 Cm base Height fits into the narrowest of spaces
  • Adjustable Lazy Arm Height

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Patient Lifting Machine Heavy Duty Patient handling device ACCIBLEHOIST 2 in 1 for stand assist and transfer.

How does a Patient Lifting Machine work?

A patient lifting machine is a remote controlled device that assists nurses and allied health professionals such as occupational therapists and physiotherapists who work in hospitals, aged cares, or at home to easily lift and transfer patients with lower mobility levels.

A patient lifter is a heavy duty patient handling device that assists individuals with difficulty mobilising on their own or even with some help.

This could be suitable for:

  • Individuals who lack both the use of their arms and legs
  • Individuals with Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Paraplegic Individuals
  • Bariatric people who cannot be assisted by human force

2 in 1 Patient lifting machine is a convertible lift that can be converted into a Patient hoist by removing the handlebars. Also, you can convert the machine into Stand up Assistive machine simply by removing the top arch bar.

Heavy Duty Patient Lifting Hoist
By removing the top bar the lift has been converted to a Patient Patient Lifting Hoist
Stand up machine assist the patient to exercise while they are secure
The lifting Machine is converted to be used as an exercise mechanism by removing the top arch bar.
Patient Lifting Machine Heavy Duty Patient Handling device
Complete 2 in 1 Patient lifting Machine
Converted to Stand up machine
Converted to Stand up machine
Emergency button
Emergency button
Patient Lifting Machine Heavy Duty 2 in 1 Patient handling device - ACCIBLEHOIST
Easy to convert to a stand up assistive machine

 

 

Patient Lifting Machine Specifications:

  • Loading Capacity: 200 Kg
  • Battery: 5 Ah lead-acid battery
  • Base Height: 10 Cm
  • Lazy Arm Height: 87-175 Cm
  • Net weight: 43 Kg

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What the 1 Transfer and Lifting Hoist + Standing Hoist Assist Includes:

The 2 in 1 Transfer and Lift Hoist + Standing Hoist Assist includes a hoist to assist in lifting people into and out of their wheelchair, scooter, bed, or any other seating position.

It also includes a standing feature that assist people to stand up without the help of a human aid.

This could be suitable for:

  • Individuals who lack both the use of their arms and legs
  • Individuals with Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Paraplegic Individuals
  • Bariatric people who cannot be assisted by human force

Features:

  • The transfer and Lift feature allows the user to be lifted and transferred from a wheelchair, bed, chair, or any other seating position easily, comfortably, and safely.
  • The standing feature allows the user to be safely and comfortably lifted up without the help of an attendant.
  • Weight of Hoist: 57Kg
  • Weight Capacity: 200Kg
  • Lifting times per charge: 60-80 times
Folded Dimensions:
  • Height:126 Cm
  • Width:67.5 Cm
  • Depth: 109.5 Cm
Unfolded Dimensions:
  • Height: 197 Cm
  • Width: 67.5 Cm
  • Depth:109.5 Cm

Frequently Asked Questions:

1 What to check before using a hoist?

  1. Check the hoist has been serviced in the last 6 months.
  2. Check the hoist unit is fully functional.
  3. Check the sling is correct and in good condition.
  4. Check the safe working load of the hoist is adequate for the transfer.

2-Who needs a hoist?

Hoists provide a mechanical means by which a less able person can be moved or transferred from one place or position to another. You may need a hoist when the act of moving you puts too much strain on your carer or on yourself and there is a risk of harm.

3-What is a standing hoist used for?

standing hoist is used by service users who have lost balance or strength to stand independently. However, it’s important the service user has the ability to weight-bare e.g. support their own body weight using their legs with supportive assistance. The standing hoist does not hold your weight, it is used only to assist you in standing up.

4-When would you use a standing hoist?

Stand up Hoists are specifically designed to secure patients during transfers from a seated position to a standing position, enabling quicker, easier, and safer patient lifting and transfer for both the patient and the caregiver.

 

Additional information

Weight 45 kg
Dimensions 123 × 64 × 35 cm

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