Category: Lower Extremity Disabilities

Gimme A Lift

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Gimme a Lift is a transfer aid designed for use by individuals with balance or lower extremity disabilities who are able to bear weight or are ambulatory. Designed for use in home, work, or institutional health care settings, this device can be used unattended by the individual or with the assistance of a care giver. The unit lifts and lowers individuals to stand up, sit down, sit up, or lie down. It supports walking and transfers to walkers, chairs, and wheelchairs. In the assisted mode, a nurse or caregiver uses the patient Lift to help move an individual from a sitting to a standing or from a lying back to a sitting up position by holding the palm grip located at the top of the device to help keep the Lift steady. The individual then grasps the grips on the shaft while stepping on the anchor pad located at the bottom of the device. The caregiver, with back erect, gently pulls back on the palm grip to help the user rise. The anchor pad remains stable as the reinforced shaft pivots toward the assistant. The Lift may also be used without a caregiver (unassisted) to standup, sit down, lay back or sit up by using similar techniques. Each Lift has its own serial number and comes with instructions. WEIGHT: Less than two pounds. CAPACITY: 350 punds.


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