A Patient Specific product that holds an X-Ray Plate to reduce the handling risks associated in taking mobile X-Rays, especially in Intensive and Critical Care Units.
A padded and cushioned Glide and Lock sheet that helps someone sit further back in a chair and helps prevent them slipping back down with the integral locking mechanism. Product Video: Your browser does not support the video tag.
A simple product that fits over a mattress to reduce the constant need to insert Slide Sheets to reposition. By untucking the bed sheet and inserting just 1 Flat Sheet it will enable the patient to be moved and transferred easily without much disruption. Product Video: Your browser does not support the video tag.
The Washable Easi-Dress™ is a simple sliding arm and leg sleeve that lets you or a carer slide shirts, blouses, jackets and trousers on with ease.
These Samarit lateral transfer boards with their integral nylon cloth enables care givers to gently and easily transfer a patient between two surfaces. A more cost-effective version of the Hi Tec equivalent, means it is designed for medium use rather than high. Its strong design means it will easily bridge a gap of 150mm. Disposable covers and a dispenser...
Suitable for use on the floor or in bed, this Anti-Slip Foot Pad is designed as a safety aid that helps to prevent slipping. It can be used to stand on when sitting or rising from a chair, or it can be used with or without a glide and lock sheet to aid movement in bed. A helpful aid for more independent living, it is hard wearing and easy to clean....
A washable flat slide sheet with handles using an ultra slippy material that allows the health professional to manouever the child/patient in a variety of ways effortlessly and with ease. Product Video: Your browser does not support the video tag.
The Simple Webbing Belt is an economy handling belt that enables the carer to quickly gain and maintain a safe grip without grabbing at the patients clothing. Product Video: Your browser does not support the video tag.
Can remain under the patient at all times Great for those having difficulty turning in bed Central satin panel is smooth for ease of movement Satin Panel 70cm wide x 200cm long Antislip cotton on edges reduce risk of slipping. Cotton and polyester mix for great comfort and repeated washing Washable to 90 degrees C Wide enough to tuck in under the...
A handy pack of patient specific flat slide sheets to reposition the patient or transfer when required. Sitting in a bag the J Pack consists of 2 Flat Sheets – one with handles and one without, differentiated by colour. Product Video:
A swivel device that solves the problem of turning a child in a sitting position. Product Video: Your browser does not support the video tag.
Patient handling is commonly associated with the procedures involved with lifting and moving patients with significant mobility needs. Carers, nursing staff and even doctors however know that patient handling covers every aspect of care from helping a person to put their socks on to tucking them into bed.Read More
One of the biggest issues in any hospital environment is safely and securely moving patients from one place to another. Whether that’s getting them to a bed or transferring them from a trolley onto a surgical table, moving and handling can be difficult and challenging.Incorrectly carried out, transferring a patient to an adjacent surface can lead to injury for both the patient and the person carrying out the manoeuvre.Read More
Taking x-rays of patients is an integral part of healthcare in many hospitals. Normally, it requires a trip down to the nearest imaging or radiography department and for many patients this is absolutely fine.Read More
A lightweight and durable system for transferring deceased patients from one area to another, the XCcube ensures that respect and dignity are maintained at all times. The innovative transport system has been developed by Hospital Direct and is a simple and effective solution to the long standing issues that surround the movement of deceased individuals.Read More