Sabina II EE Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift
The Sabina Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift simply lifts the patient from a sitting position to a standing position, allowing for transfers to/from the bed or chair. With an active lifting safe working load of 440 lbs (200 kg), this lift can support your toileting program and fall management protocols.
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|Safe Working Load
|Active Lifting : 440 lbs / 200 kg; Passive Lifting: 330 lbs / 150 kg
|32.5" / 825 mm
|4.2" / 107 mm
|Low Base / Alt. Caster Option
|No Low Base, but High Base Clearance Casters Available
|90 lbs / 41 kg
|2.13"/ sec; 54 mm / sec
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Can Hillrom lifts be used with other manufacturers' slings?keyboard_arrow_down
It is Hillrom's position that no manufacturer can ensure compatibility with products over which it does not have design or manufacturing control without careful analysis, including physical testing and validation. Use with other manufacturers’ products could introduce additional risk to patient handling as compatibility across different manufacturers' products would need to be evaluated and maintained.
Are there any risks associated with the use of patient lifts?keyboard_arrow_down
As with any medical device that lifts, transfers and mobilizes patients, improper use can result in injury for either the caregiver or the patient. Always consult the Instructions for Use that come with your patient lift as well as any accessories. If you have questions or concerns, consult your local Hillrom representative or contact Hillrom Customer Service.
What medical device classification are patient lifts?keyboard_arrow_down
Patient lifts are Class 1 medcial devices with the lowest risk and are subject to requirements set forth by the FDA.
What makes a sit-to-stand lift unique versus other mobile lifts?keyboard_arrow_down
A sit-to-stand lift simply lifts the patient from a sitting position to a standing position, allowing for transfers to/from the bed or chair. The patient must have the ability to bear weight on at least one leg. Mobile lifts completely lift the patient so that they are not supporting the weight of their body.