Patient Reposition Belt Anti-Bedsore Solution Green | EZ Go
A handy tool for caregivers to turn the patient to the side and hold the position.
Anti-Bedsore solution - the Patient Reposition Belt for anyone who is in bedridden condition; by using the belt, the caregivers can:
1. assisting to turn patient in bed and hold in position.
2. giving caregivers free hands to tap the patients back/feet for better blood circulation
Turning patients over in bed. Changing a patient's position in bed every 2 hours helps keep blood flowing. This helps the skin stay healthy and prevents bedsores. Turning a patient is a good time to check the skin for redness and sores. You can consider to use this reposition belt assisting to turn patient in bed and hold in position.
Freeing up caregiver’s hands to clean up patients, place reposition cushions or make the bed.
Helping patient to sit up in bed.
Light weight and easy to carry around.
- Machine washing using laundty bag
- DO NOT sterile patient transfer slide in high temperature.
- Size 162 x 37cm
- Max Load：150kg
- Material: Fabric: 100% nylon
WARRANTY INFORMATION & CLAIM
6 months warranty on manufacturing defects.
Product of Taiwan.
Within West Malaysia- Free delivery.
East Malaysia/International Delivery - Refer to courier fee upon check out.
Why need patient transfer tool?
Patient handling tasks are recognized as the primary cause for musculoskeletal disorders among the nursing workforce. Low Back Pain (LBP) is a regular occupational problem for nurses worldwide.
Patient‐handling tasks are typically performed manually and often repetitively, and include such movements as lifting, transferring and repositioning patients.
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that nursing personnel are among the highest at risk for MSDs (musculoskeletal disorders)
Patient‐handling tasks most frequently associated with low back pain include lifting and forced, sudden or strained movements (such as those involved in patient fall interventions).
Continuous or repeated performance of these activities throughout one’s working lifetime greatly increases the chances of developing MSDs.
Research regarding the impact of musculoskeletal injuries on nurses has shown the following：
- 52% complain of chronic back pain
- 12% of nurses report that they have left nursing “for good” because of back pain
- 20% of RNs transferred to a different unit, position or employment because of lower back pain
- 38% of RNs have suffered occupational‐related back pain severe enough to require taking leave from work
- 6%, 8% and 11% of RNs reported changing jobs for neck, shoulder and back problems, respectively.
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