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Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift
Sit to Stand Patient Lifts move patients from sitting to standing and anywhere in between for a quick transfer.
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Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift

Move patients from sitting to standing and anywhere in between for a quick transfer.

 

The Sabina® II EE Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift helps you easily and quickly transfer patients to and from the bed, chair and toilet by lifting them from sitting to a standing position. With consistent use, you may increase patient satisfaction with improved toileting programs and help to keep your patient safe from falls during transfers. Keep your patients comfortable with an assortment of soft accessories designed especially for the Sabina lift. The lift can be adjusted to accommodate patients with a variety of statures, and it can support passive lifting movements when necessary.

Features

Sabina II EE Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift

Sabina II EE Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift

The Sabina Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift simply lifts the patient from a sitting position to a standing position, allowing for transfers to/from the bed or chair. With an active lifting safe working load of 440 lbs (200 kg), this lift can support your toileting program and fall management protocols.

Technical Specifications

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Safe Working Load Active Lifting : 440 lbs / 200 kg; Passive Lifting: 330 lbs / 150 kg
Lifting Interval 32.5" / 825 mm
Base Height 4.2" / 107 mm
Low Base / Alt. Caster Option No Low Base, but High Base Clearance Casters Available
Material Type Steel
Lift Weight 90 lbs / 41 kg
Lift Speed 2.13"/ sec; 54 mm / sec

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