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Patient lift sling Highback Plusline
with head supportbariatric

patient lift sling
patient lift sling
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for patient lifts
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with head support, bariatric


High back model with divided leg parts Reinforced head support for extra support Weight capacity: 318 kg/701 lbs Reinforced pressure relieving leg parts. Human Care offers bariatric slings designed for lifting heavier patients. The slings have a high weight capacity and the overall dimensions are generous to accommodate larger widths. The Highback Plusline sling is a model with a high back that provides good support for the entire body. The sling has pressure relieving reinforced leg parts as well as reinforced head support. The sling can be positioned in a reclined seating position which provides more balanced weight distribution and a comfortable lifting experience for the patient. The lifting straps at the leg parts can be applied to a 2, 3 or 4-point suspension. The 4-point suspension is the best solution for this sling since it provides a stretched sitting posture which is well suited for heavier patients. The Highback Plusline Sling is a high back model with divided leg parts. It has a generous overall width to offer a stretched seating position that is well-suited for heavier patients. The reclined seating offers a balanced weight distribution and the combined Polyester/Polyester Net fabric makes it easy to use and apply. Comfortable Seating The Highback Plusline features reinforced and divided pressure relieving leg parts as well as a reinforced head support. Combined with the generous overall width of this sling, it makes the Highback Plusline an extremly comfortable sling to use. The reclined position evenly distributes weight throughout the sling ensuring that the user does not experience any discomfort during the lifting process


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