Who can use Smart Lift Vest?
The Smart Lift Vest is a personal, portable lift and transfer device system. There are a number of people who can benefit from using a Smart Lift Vest including health care workers, first responders, EMS, and caregivers working with loved ones who have disabilities or special needs or who are at risk of falling.
The Smart Lift Vest is unique because it uses a horizontal lift technique as opposed to a vertical lift technique and because it boasts a waist belt instead of a standard gait belt as well as floor leads, handles, and a fulcrum/knee belt. The vest is safer for caregivers and health care workers as well as their loved ones and patients. Lifting this way helps prevent further injury to the patient, such as bruises and skin tears, as well as dislocations in strains in the lifter.
Immobile patients or loved ones can lead happier, fuller, and more independent lives because they have a device that ensures safe, straightforward lifts and transfers. Whether caregivers are doing transfers at home or health care workers are doing transfers in clinics or hospitals, they do not need assistance to get the job done right a wide variety of scenarios.
A caregiver or health care worker can use the Smart Lift Vest's belts, floor leads, and handles in order to lift and/or transfer a loved one or patient without risk of skin tears, bruising, and joint dislocation. Lifters get a peace of mind knowing that the device enforces correct body mechanics, keeping both the lifter and the loved one or patient safe at all times.
What makes the Smart Lift Vest superior to other products?
The Smart Lift Vest is made out of tarpaulin, which is easy to transport, clean, and store. Certified engineers have done extensive testing with the vest to guarantee that it has a weight capacity of 750 pounds. It is ideal for a wide variety of scenarios and situations, including the following:
Floor transfers and fall recoveries. Depending on the severity of the situation, you may need either one or two lifters. It is important to be realistic about the situation at hand and get a second lifter as needed.
Seat transfers. Common examples of seat transfers from one target to another include wheelchair to bed, walker to restroom, and wheelchair to bath chair.
Car transfers. Car transfers can be used when moving an individual from one vehicle to another vehicle or into or out of a vehicle to a wheelchair or walker.
The Smart Lift Vest is one of the most secure and safe lift and transfer devices on the market today for fall recovery and patient transfers. Whether you are a caregiver or work in EMS or the healthcare industry, the Smart Lift Vest can be an asset for you and your loved ones/patients. If you are interested in learning more about the Smart Lift Vest, contact us today.