Product Description

The SafetySure® Transfer Slide (SSTS) with padding is great product for the Parkinson patient. As muscles become more rigid, patients experience decreased bed mobility. The simple act of turning over becomes a struggle. Placing the Transfer Slide under the buttocks simplifies the turning processes. When used in conjunction with the MTS Transfer Handle® (Item # 2025), the process of getting into and out of bed is easier for both the patient and the caregiver. For early stage patients, the Transfer Slide can help them maintain mobility and the independence they desire.

The SafetySure® Transfer Slide also perform a variety of tasks from rolling, turning, boosting up in bed, and transferring patient from one surface to another.

  • Made with ripstop nylon
  • Padding helps protect the skin of sensitive patients
  • Frictionless inner liner facilitates smooth transfer with little or no strain on the caregivers back
  • Can be used with transfer boards, tub seats or transfer benches for independent or assisted transfers
  • Available in three sizes: Small, Medium, and Large

 

The SafetySure® Transfer Slide with padding is primarily used for:

  • Moving an individual up in bed
  • Turning an individual in bed
  • Transfers between bed and wheelchair

Specifications

Specifications
Manufacturer Mobility Transfer Systems
Country of Manufacture United States
Item Ships From Massachusetts

Literature 2

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Instructions

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.

Returns

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.

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Customer Questions
How do I get the patient on and off when they're in pain? Is the patient supposed to stay on them?

Please review the product manual for this item which provides detailed instructions for its use. It is listed in the Product Literature section as a .pdf

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