Category: Transfer Lifts

Ableware 704030000 Patient Slide by Maddak

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The Patient Slide makes the process of sliding a person to the back of a seat easier and safer for both the patient and the caregiver. The Patient Slide reduces the risk of bruising and injury caused by grabbing the individual or their clothing. Can be used on chairs, wheelchairs, and transport chairs. Smooth surface on one side reduces friction while the non-slip material on the other end allows the patient to be safely repositioned to the back of the seat. Soft, built-up handles are easy to hold and reduce stress on the caregiver's hands.

Technical Specifications: 

46 inches (116.8 cm) long with three sets of handles to accommodate various sized individuals and seating scenarios, and to reduce stress on caregiver's back. Width - 5 inches (12.7 cm); handle strap length - 4.5 inches (11.4 cm); handle diameter - 1.2"" (3 cm)  

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Price: 
36.27
as of: 
11/17/2015
Ableware 704030000 Patient Slide by Maddak

Made By:

Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.)
Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: CustService@Maddak.com
Phone: 800-443-4926
Fax: 973-305-0841
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
973-628-7600
Web Address: 
http://www.maddak.com
Tags: 
Walking, Therapeutic Aids, Recreation, Personal Care, Home Management, Communication, Architectural Elements, Seating, Wheeled Mobility

Sold By:

Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.)
Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: CustService@Maddak.com
Phone: 800-443-4926
Fax: 973-305-0841
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
973-628-7600
Web Address: 
http://www.maddak.com
Tags: 
Walking, Therapeutic Aids, Recreation, Personal Care, Home Management, Communication, Architectural Elements, Seating, Wheeled Mobility