Ceiling hoist systems can be used in numerous ways to assist with patient relocation, movement, and comfort. The many different attachments available from HLS Healthcare’s manufacturing partners work synergistically with the main ceiling hoist system to offer unmatched flexibility and adaptability in its use.
Because of the broad array of ceiling hoist use options available to you, we’re going over ten of the most popular among them.
Design by Guldmann
Guldmann manufactures the highest quality ceiling hoist systems available today. As part of these systems, Guldmann slings and accessories
are engineered to work with the ceiling hoist
itself, opening up a vast array of potential uses for patient comfort and positioning. Consider these ten options and how they might benefit your aged care or clinical care center:
Option #1: ABC Slings
are kid-sized and built to be used with smaller patients. Secure center strap and containment harness ensure that moving or positioning smaller patients is easy and efficient.
Option #2: Active Micro Plus
The Active Micro Plus
is an economy-sized sling that allows full use of the patient’s upper limbs while still maintaining a safe, accessible sling position.
Option #3: Active Trainer
is an especially useful ceiling hoist option that allows patients to remain standing while receiving as much support as needed from the hoist. This is especially useful in rehabilitation settings.
Option #4: Custom Amputee
For patients without a limb or limbs, the Custom Amputee sling
is an excellent ceiling hoist option to consider. These slings can be ordered according to the unique needs of the patient.
Option #5: Sit-on Comfort High Hygiene
The Sit-on Comfort High Hygiene ceiling hoist sling
option is ideal for bathing and cleaning routines. Combine this sling with a ceiling track hoist system for optimal efficiency.
Option #6: Lifting Vest with Standing Shell
A powerful combination, the Lifting Vest and Standing Shell
work together to immobilize the body while keeping the lifting force secured to the torso. This is an excellent option to consider for patients in paralysis or recovering from major surgery.
Option #7: TENCEL Repositioning
The TENCEL Repositioning
ceiling hoist sling gives carers full support of patients in supine lying positions. Pressure points are reduced and more mobility is provided without modifying the patients horizontal orientation.
Option #8: The Ceiling Hoist Digital Scale
By adding a ceiling hoist digital scale
to your hoist system, you can easily obtain weight measurements without the use of a floor scale. This is a great option for diagnostics and wellness checks.
Option #9: Disposable Full-body and Partial-body Slings
are perfect for aged care or clinical care settings where keeping up with sling washing and reuse isn’t an economical option. Disposable slings can be very cost-effective when purchased in bulk.
are designed to reposition patients without removing them from their bed. Simply attach the turner to the hoist and operate the lift like normal, carefully guiding the patient through the turn.
As we’ve shown above, there are many ways to reap the benefits of a correctly installed, properly maintained ceiling hoist system. To inquire about costs or to learn more, contact HLS Healthcare today on 1300 931 893.