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Rota Stand Solo Patient Turner

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The Rota Stand SOLO patient turner revolutionises sit to stand and pivot transfers.

The patented T Bar mechanism in the base (see picture) allows a sit to stand and pivot transfer to be carried out by a single nurse or carer thus reducing the time it takes to carry out the task as well as halving the cost of having two carers/nurses present during the transfer.

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The Rota Stand SOLO patient turner revolutionises sit to stand and pivot transfers.

The patented T Bar mechanism in the base (see picture) allows a sit to stand and pivot transfer to be carried out by a single nurse or carer thus reducing the time it takes to carry out the task as well as halving the cost of having two carers/nurses present during the transfer.

The nurse/carer does not need to counterbalance the Rota Stand Solo as the client pulls themselves to a standing position.

The nurse/carer can now assist the client to stand before rotating the client to a new seated position.


Features:

Stabilizing bar to allow a one person transfer

Height adjustable frame to suit all clients

Central wheels allow easy positioning of the Rotastand... SOLO

Large handlebar for a secure grip

200kg weight capacity


Technical Specification:

Safe working load: 200Kg, 31 Stone

Overall length: 560/730mm

Width: 520mm

Height: 820/1310mm

Weight: 14.5Kg

Construction: Nylon coated stainless steel & mild steel

Approvals: CE marked

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Rota Stand Solo Patient Turner

Rota Stand Solo Patient Turner

The Rota Stand SOLO patient turner revolutionises sit to stand and pivot transfers.

The patented T Bar mechanism in the base (see picture) allows a sit to stand and pivot transfer to be carried out by a single nurse or carer thus reducing the time it takes to carry out the task as well as halving the cost of having two carers/nurses present during the transfer.

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