Invacare - Supporting Safe Patient Handling in the Community

Invacare, a leading manufacturer and supplier of Independent Living products has extended its package of clinical education materials with a newly published guideline on Hoist and Sling Assessment.
 
 
Think Safe Patient Handling
Think Safe Patient Handling
June 25, 2014 - PRLog -- The Hoist and Sling Assessment guideline, which forms part of Invacare’s Think Safe Patient Handling education programme, is designed for those involved in prescribing and risk assessing for Community Hoists and Slings.

About Invacare’s patient handling range

Invacare has been manufacturing and supplying independent living and mobility equipment to the UK market for over 150 years.   The company has a wealth of experience in providing high quality, non-complex, safe patient handling products to the Community and Residential Care sectors.  The range includes the popular Birdie Mobile Hoist and Reliant 350 Stand Assist, as well as an extensive range of slings that meet the most commonly encountered transfer needs.  In addition Invacare has an established network of specialist installers for its I-Transia and Robin ranges of Ceiling Track System.

Training and Education

As part of Invacare’s commitment to educating clinicians, carers and families, all product ranges are supported by a  full range of support materials, which are provided free of charge in electronic or printed format.

If you would like to know more about Invacare’s training resources or would like to take advantage of our in-field, or   Invacademy on-site training, please contact Lisa Cook on 01656 776278 or e-mail: lcook@invacare.com

25th June 2014

Contact: Lisa Cook

E-mail: lcook@invacare.com
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