Manual transfer in sitting position
Manual transfer in lying down position
Transfer handlebar Raiser®
Barton®, Transfer of heavy patients
AirLift®
Ambulation aid

Transfers in sitting position

We can provide many technical assistance tools from our Red Line® range.

- The gliding boards are designed to assist the patients with disabilties affecting their lower limbs.

- The soft turn platform is used for repositioning patients on the side of the bed and pivoting transfers to the wheelchair or to the car seat.

- The turn platform for ground is positioned under the patient's feet and facilitates the rotating transfer.

- The Easy belt is worn by the caregivers so as to stimulate the patient while controlling his movements.

- Placed under the buttocks or behind the back, the Easy'Up strap can help with raising and rotating.

Manual Transfer Systems

Manual transfer in lying down position

The transfer in lying down position can be done by using flexible or rigid systems depending on the support configurations and the patients pathology.

The flexible systems are composed of Maxitrans®, Meditrans® and Minitrans® mattresses which make it easy to transfer heavy patients and those hard to manipulate.
The sliding sheets are used to transfer lighter patients

The transfer mattresses are made of nylon, specially manufactured and treated so as to reduce friction and to bring an exceptional sliding quality for all the same level horizontal transfers.

Minitrans® can be used as a rotaring pillow. It is recommended in cases of lumbago, hip prosthesis and can be used for naked patients.

All of these systems are radiolucent.

Manual Transfer Systems

Transfer handlebar Raiser®

The transfer handlebar Raiser® is designed to safely move the user from a sitting to standing position while maintaining the best possible ergonomic moving and handling conditions for the caregiver.

The platform design allows it to be rolled in close to the user's feet. The fine grain finish of the footplate provides a non-slip surface and the handle offers many different grip possibilities. The unique leg support is designed to be easily adjusted with one hand. Similarly, wheel locks (right or left) will lock both wheels simultaneously providing a safe braking solution in space limited environments.

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Manual Transfer Systems

Barton® Chair

The Barton® chair was designed to allow the transfer of heavy patients in lying position and their displacement in the lying or sitting position thanks to the fast repositioning function.

The Barton® chair can be used as a stretcher or a wheelchair with a maximum weight of 315kg.

It can be used in hospitals, specialized institutions and home care. Thanks to its integrated transfer function, the Barton® chair enables the lateral transfer of heavy patients to be done by only one operator.

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Manual Transfer Systems

AirLift® toilet raiser

The new AirLift® toilet raiser reduces the amount of effort needed to sit down and get up. It makes it easy to raise into vertical position safely.

The AirLift® raiser enables prevention of lumbagos and ensures a dignified independent use for the patient. It can be fixed either on the household toilet or on the toilet seat provided with the AirLift® toilet raiser.

It softens the user’s weight, allowing him to sit down slowly and stand up without any effort.
The hydraulic jack system is simple and reliable. It does not require any power supply connection and there is no need to charge any battery.

The AirLift® raiser gives full satisfaction to the users by allowing them to have greater autonomy while respecting their privacy.

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Manual Transfer Systems

Ambulation aid

Ambulation belts are designed for rehabilitation phases and allow the vertical position.

The patient is fully maintained and moves safely.

They fit on all our ceiling rail systems.

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Manual Transfer Systems
Manual transfer in sitting position
Manual transfer in lying down position
Transfer handlebar Raiser®
Barton®, Transfer of heavy patients
AirLift®
Ambulation aid
Manual Transfer Systems

Many caregivers suffer from muscular and squeletal disorders due to repeated strenuous efforts during shifting and transfer processes of patients with limited mobility.

Our manual transfer systems are simple and practical assistance tools which provide high quality health care.

 

For elderly people with decreased mobility and suffering from psychomotor disadaptation syndrome, using technical assistance tools has helped to maintain a good level of autonomy.