Sling design has triangular shape with Quilted padded Material that gives an uniform position with excellent support for the entire back. The sling has 4 attachment points. The sling has Velcro loop and hook used to attach to the bed to turn the patient comfortably. These sling are only used for turning purpose not for lifting.
The sling should be inserted into a washer/laundry bag prior to being placed into the washer. This is to prevent any unusual wear and tear of the sling by the agitator and/or other parts of the washing machine. Use mild detergent. Set washing machine to Warm wash/cold rinse cycle. Do not dry on steam pipes, conventional heaters, wood stoves, or other similar devices. Tumble dry on air/fluff cycle only, or hang dry. Do not use chlorine based bleach. Do not dry clean.
|Junior Size||Height: <4′
|Small Size||Height: 4′ – 5’6″
Weight: 43 – 68kg
|Medium Size||Height: 5′ – 6′
Weight: 56 – 113kg
|Large Size||Height: 6′ – 7′
Weight: 113 – 181kg
|X-Large Size||Height: 6′ – 7′
Weight: 181 – 218kg
|XX-Large Size||Height: >6’6″
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