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Uses for Patient Specific Slide Sheets: Stays with the patient to help prevent cross infection/ Repositioning patients in the bed/ Aid with the fitting and removal of slings/ Assist with patient turning/ Floor manoeuvres

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  • Uses for Patient Specific Slide Sheets: Stays with the patient to help prevent cross infection/ Repositioning patients in the bed/ Aid with the fitting and removal of slings/ Assist with patient turning/ Floor manoeuvres

PRISM Patient Specific Flat Sheets

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£16.00

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Prism Patient Specific Flat Sheet (Without Handles) are used as an aid for repositioning and moving clients.
Prism Flat Sheet Features & Benefits
. 3 sizes available
. Supplied in pairs
. Made from low friction nylon material
. Ideal for use in ambulances and hospital beds
NOT to be used as a lifting aid,  NOT to be washed
Prism Patient Specific Glide Sheets are designed to help reduce cross infection as they are assigned to one patient and disposed of after use.

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Flat Glide SheetTransfer & Repositioning Brochure

Available in 3 sizes to facilitate a variety of applications. 

  • Patient Specific use
  • Not to be washed
  • Prism Patient Specific Glide Sheets are designed to help reduce cross infection as they are assigned tone patient and disposed of after use.

Uses for Patient Specific Slide Sheets:

  • Stays with the patient to help prevent cross infection
  • Repositioning patients in the bed
  • Aid with the fitting and removal of slings
  • Assist with patient turning
  • Floor manoeuvres

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

bending.

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.