PRISM Multiglide Sheets
|Product Code||Description||Size (mm)
|2002ACCPM-MGBLUE.||Multiglide -Blue Tag||400 x 400||Blue|
|2002ACCPM-MGRED.||Multiglide -Red Tag||1000 x 710||Blue|
|2002ACCPM-MGBROW.||Multiglide -Brown Tag||700 x 720||Blue|
|2002ACCPM-MGGREY.||Multiglide -Grey Tag||1100 x 800||Blue|
|2002ACCPM-MGGREE.||Multiglide -Green Tag||1350 x 1000||Blue|
|2002ACCPM-MGPURP.||Multiglide -Purple Tag||720 x 2000||Blue|
The Prism Multiglide Slide Sheets are multi-directional glide sheets that have excellent sliding ability and can be used for many different purposes. The low friction materials slide easily enabling them to be used for repositioning patients in bed and on chairs or to assist with the fitting of garments and slings. Available in 6 sizes to facilitate a variety of applications.
- Tubular design
- Colour coded for easy identification
- Low friction to both inner and outer surfaces – prevents incorrect use by carers
- Machine washable and quick drying
- Can be wiped clean with chlorine solution or a good quality sterilising liquid.
Uses for Slide Sheets
- Repositioning patients in the bed
- Aid with the fitting and removal of slings
- Assist with patient turning
- Floor manoeuvres
Multiglide Sheet is made of a very low friction, antistatic treated nylon fabric stitched into a loop which allows the easy movement of patients in everyday handling situations. It is inexpensive and is available in a range of sizes to suit patient handling needs.
- Easy to position / easy to remove
- Handle free, to avoid possibility of lifting
- Multi directional glide increases versatility of the sheet
- Full range of sizes for different applications
The multiglide sheet is also suitable for moving patients up in bed and by scanning the patient as it can move in all directions.
Do always remove the multiglide after use. You can do this easily by pulling the lowest layer. Do not leave the multiglide on the floor.
The principles of safer Manual Handling
1. WIDE BASE OF SUPPORT
To ensure a stable base of support, your feet should be in a ‘step stance’ so that you
can transfer your weight from one foot to the other. Turn your leading foot in the
direction you are going (to prevent twisting). NOSE AND TOES.
2. BEND YOUR HIPS AND KNEES SLIGHTLY
This makes best use of your strong hip and thigh muscles. Avoid excessive knee
3. KEEP YOUR SPINE IN ITS NEUTRAL CURVES
Look up and maintain a wide base.
4. KEEP THE LOAD CLOSE
Keep your hands within your base. To achieve this, stand close to the client or
consider placing one knee on the bed.
5. LOCK AND ROCK
Use your strong body and leg muscles, not your weaker arm muscles. Tuck your
elbows in and transfer your weight from one foot to the other. Ensure that the move
is co-ordinated. Plan the move. Use a clear command – READY, STEADY, MOVE.
Never try to repair a product yourself. Never use a defective product.
NOTE - Specifications may change at the manufacturers discretion. Any changes will be updated accordingly and no orders will be processed without prior notification. All orders are subject to Easy Care Systems Ltd Terms and Conditions.