VENDLET New Insights into Assisted Living

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Across the world, healthcare providers are facing similar challenges. Today’s care providers need to determine how they can offer state-of-the-art healthcare to a growing population of older individuals. At the same time, it’s important to make sure that the healthcare environment is attractive to young academics. Fortunately, companies like VENDLET are investing in strategies for

Project Planning Advice for Architects and Builders

Healthcare project planning Advice for architects and builders

Project Planning Advice for Architects and Builders Here at HLS Healthcare, our expertise makes us the go-to partner for a range of transformation projects, from lift installation to ceiling hoist implementation. We can even offer specialist support to builders and architects who are looking for an opportunity to add unique tools into a healthcare environment

Accident & Emergency Medical Equipment

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In hospital A&E departments, staff members often have to deal with a wide range of complex situations. Sometimes, this can mean that a day can go from being calm and relaxed to being chaotic and overwhelming in a matter of minutes.  When people’s lives and safety are on the line, it’s essential for staff working

Simplifying the Repositioning Process with VENDLET

Simplifying the repositioning process with VENDLET

Resident repositioning is a common practice in the healthcare or senior care environment. Residents need to regularly move from one location to another, whether it’s for hygiene and treatment reasons, to reduce the risk of bedsores, or simply for comfort. Unfortunately, moving people with mobility issues isn’t always an easy process. Often, the experience is

Upgrading your Hoists with Lifting Accessories

Upgrading your hoist with lifting accessories

Today’s lifting devices are some of the most valuable tools in any healthcare environment. Whether you’re offering rehabilitation treatment for people recovering from injuries or aiding seniors with mobility problems, hoists are a must-have. However, there’s more to improving your moving and handling practices than investing in the right lifting tools. Today’s facilities also need

The Benefits of Fixed Ceiling Hoists (and Why You Should Have One)

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Hoists are some of the most valuable pieces of equipment in a care or medical facility. These tools help to move patients from one location to another without putting their safety or dignity at risk. What’s more, with a hoist, it’s possible to move patients carefully, without potentially causing harm or injury to a care

Supporting Bedridden Residents with MANULET Technology

Supporting Bedridden Residents

Managing the health of bedridden residents isn’t easy. However, this is a challenge that many nursing and healthcare professionals face every day. When residents are unable to move, it is the responsibility of their care providers to keep them comfortable with regular rotation. However, moving and handling a patient with mobility issues can often lead

How the Guldmann Sling Lifter Helps Residents Get Back Onto Their Feet

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The world’s most respected brand for handling equipment, are proving that a sling lifter can also be used for rehabilitation. Most ceiling lifts are used in healthcare environments to move people from their beds to a seat. A study, however, has also shown that they can also be excellent at getting bedridden residents back on

HLS Healthcare Proudly Introduces MANULET Bed Mobility Aids

MANULET Bed Mobility Aids

How to manage the health of a bedridden patient is a challenge to many healthcare and nursing professionals. Rotation of patients is known as a daily challenge of the healthcare industry, being both times consuming as well as risk physical injury to both the patient and care provider. Vendlet and HLS Healthcare believe that the

Mechanic Transfer Systems Improve Workplace Health and Safety

Medical transfer systems improve workplace health and safety

Method and scope of the project The aim of the project was to evaluate the effects of mechanic transfer systems in order to understand when and how best to use them. The project was done in collaboration with four Danish municipalities from January 2016 to March 2018. Data was collected through interviews, questionnaires and time