ArjoHuntleigh Sara Stedy Stand Up Manual Patient Lift
Sara Stedy is a new standing aid which promotes active participation by the resident or patient for toileting, transferring and transportation activities. It is a transfer aid or standing designed for use by patients with balance, lower extremity, mobility or waking disabilites or spinal cord injury. The mechanism is used to move a person short distances like to and from the toilet, or to assist a person to stand. It helps the patient to stand up from a sitting position within seconds.
- Offers a more suitable and dignified alternative to a wheelchair for more mobile residents
- Promotes dignity and independence, as optimum participation in activities is possible
- Enables good, reassuring eye contact between resident and carer, unlike a wheelchair
- Provides transport to the toilet and washbasin, and can support other activities of daily living
- Sara Stedy works as a transporter that transfers occupants in a semi seated position.
- The stainless steel frame is supported by four swivel castors.
- The two front castors are lockable.
- The two seat sections lift up to allow access to and from a chair / toilet.
- A footplate and a knee pad are attached to the frame. A cross bar is used by the occupant to pull themselves to rise.
- New seat design : The innovative pivoting seat improves transfer efficiency and patient stability.
- Easy-to-open chassis : Pedal-operated chassis legs adjust easily for optimum access during transfers.
- Built-in seat handgrips : Handgrips integrated in the set allow the carer to easily turn the support aid.
- Better knee support : Provides extra stability or firm support when a patient cannot fully control leg movements.
- Total-lock castors : New total-lock castors provide complete stability when the aid is stationary.
- Lower chassis : Smaller castors and redesigned legs mean a lower chassis for better access.
|Suitable for Albert, Barbara and Carl.|
|A Albert, ambulatory and independent.|
|B Barbara, to some extent self-care and supporting.|
|C Carl, on a wheelchair can partially bear weight on at least one leg.|