Some questions to ask before deciding that Consierar Crane Mobilization Choose
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Category: Cranes. Author: Roger Tusal.
The origin of one in three sick leave in health care workers is caused to lift any weight incorrectly. Electronic patients cranes are an essential tool for caregivers. Simply pressing a button you can lift a person out of bed, toilet or soil.
This highly functional support allows the transfer or movement of a patient is carried out by one person, safely and with dignity. Greatly facilitates the work of the caregiver and prevents back injuries. Our electronic cranes are compact and highly maneuverable. Its range of maximum and minimum elevation allows a variety of demonstrations and solve most problems encountered in home or institutional care.
There are a variety of mobile cranes to meet different needs or work settings. From very compact and compact cranes for home use, and resistant to older cranes for intensive use in institutions. From cranes standing, called “baby changing” a derrick mounted on the ceiling that no space when not in use.
Where do you need to use the crane?
In a house:
What room inside the house?
In a bathroom?
In a bedroom?
In a room?
Among multiple rooms?
What kind of soil do you have?
Is there space to operate a crane and space for storage when not in use?
Evaluate all possible tight areas
¿Under the bed you have space for accessing the legs of the crane?
Describe the patient.
What is the patient’s weight and height?
What is your status – things that might relate to your elevation?
Do they need headrest?
Do you need access to a toilet?
Do they have sensitive skin?
Ever patient to patient need to lower or lift from the floor for therapy or after a fall?
Does the patient ever attended?
Who are the caregivers?
How strong are they? (The use of cranes require practice and a relative effort for the caregiver) They will have to become familiar with the operation of the crane?
Special needs / restrictions / applications?
¿Rolling or otherwise changing the patient’s position in bed?
¿Patient unable to sit?
Would you use to visit relatives or travel to hotels?
Caregiver injury prevention is a driving force in the purchase and use of mobilization and transfer cranes. Even highly qualified caregivers facilities may hurt by overexertion and stress. Although the use of cranes is a step in the direction of safety caregiver, still they require effort on your part. Cranes lifting and transferring patients are the answer to the prevention of caregiver injury.
Knowing the types of cranes available
There are many types of cranes available. The main types of lifts are:
Ceiling – The ceiling lifts installed to run on your roof / institution guidelines. These cranes are more versatile and does not take up space.
Within the class of ceiling lifts, cranes no goal or masts that require no installation and are portable.
Lifting and transfer – floor model crane on wheels. From very compact and compact cranes for home use, and resistant to older cranes for intensive use in institutions.
Of standing and transfer – calls “baby changing.” They are cranes for transportation, with wheels.
Patient restraint harnesses.
Whether you choose an overhead lift or crane lifting and moving of soil, the patient will rise in a harness attached the crane. There are many different harnesses available. For an idea you have, we have a whole page dedicated to the harness. We will also help to determine the appropriate harness.