Person can be placed on seat while lying in bed, brought to sitting position and safety arm and backrest lowered around person. Some assistance from the person is needed. Lift is hydraulically adjustable, low base with casters.
Patient lift with single belt lift mechanism, lifts and transfers persons in sitting position. Height 39 3/8 inches, width 21 5/8 inches, length 33 1/2 inches, weight 81 1/2 pounds. Lifting range 15 3/4 inches. Four 3 inch casters with locks.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 8/2011) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Patient lift transports patient while in a sitting position. Immersible seat. Battery powered and foot operated or hydraulic lever on handle adjusts height from floor to 40 inches.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 04/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Wheelchair with removable seat. Removable steel frame is fitted with the standard vinyl wheelchair upholstery. Side supports of frame attach to any hoist for transfer.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 06/2010) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Maddapult Assisto-Seat is a seat transfer lift designed to assist individuals with arthritis or other standing disabilities to sit and get up out of a chair.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Transfer lift and transporter device. Available in three models. Standard and deluxe models designed for individuals up to 300 pounds. Minitransporter for persons up to 200 pounds. Hydraulic lift for seat.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Catapult seat with adjustable springs, adjustable opening angle and seat lock. Can be used with all chairs with seat depth of 390 mm or more. Padded seat cover in woven fabric.
The Transfer Hoist is a powered seat transfer lift designed to enable a person with a disability to transfer independently from a wheelchair to a bed. The device consists of a steel crane which swivels around from behind a bed.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 4/2000) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Wispa & Wisapalong are powered seat transfer lifts designed to ease the strain and worry associated with lifting persons with mobility disabilities.