The SafetySure™ Mary's Aide Transfer Sling provides caregivers with extremely secure hold and control during patient transfers.
Made of tough, woven nylon with hook and loop closures
Shaped like an undergarment, it is worn over the patient's clothing and supports both mid-section and buttocks
During the transfer, the Mary's Aide Transfer Sling stays securely in place without binding or riding up
Doesn't interfere with G-tubes, chest tubes, or urinary catheters
One size fits most adults
Weight Capacity: 250 lbs
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Instructions for Use: Place the Mary's Aide under the patients buttocks. Pull up the front and back of the Mary's Aide and secure with side hook and loop fasteners. Lift patient.
Recommended Cleaning Instructions: Machine wash with mild detergent and air dry or tumble dry on low heat. Do not bleach.
Warranty: This product has a one year warranty against manufacturing defects.
Customers wishing to return this product must contact Customer Service to obtain a valid return authorization number within 30 days of shipment. The item must be in new, resalable condition. A restocking fee may be deducted at the discretion of the manufacturer.
Is the Marys aide suitable for a patient that is totally unable to assist with a transfer?
The Mary's Aide can be used with a patient that is not able to provide assistance during the transfer process. Due to its design, it will not ride up during the transfer and can be left in place once the transfer has been made if desired by the caregiver.
If I use the MaryAide for transferring, would I have to lift the patient back up just to take it off? I'm thinking about situations where my patient doesn't want it on after I complete the transfer from the bed to the wheelchair or another chair or where my patient is unable to assist.
This sling has hook and loop (Velcro-like) closures on both sides. This allows the sides to be take apart after the transfer has taken place to allow the caregiver to remove the sling without lifting the patient again.