The Raizer mobile lifting chair is an exciting new development in technology that healthcare professionals can begin taking advantage of today. But, as with many new advancements in technology, there’s a fair amount to know about this device. So, everything you need to know about the Raizer mobile lifting chair is conveniently contained here in this post.
First and foremost, it’s important to take note of the key design features that make the Raizer mobile lifting chair so unique. In its disassembled format, the chair consists of only five parts:
- Seat motor
- Left back panel
- Right back panel
- Two front legs
- Two rear legs
What is so impressive about this design in particular is that it allows for the entire chair to be packed into two, easy-to-carry bags that can be transported by a single carer. This removes the need for multiple attendants; only one is required to assemble the chair, perform a lift, disassemble the chair, and prepare it again for transport.
Mobile Lifting Chair Operation
Another key feature of the Razier mobile lifting chair are the controls. The engineers responsible for developing this product took care to make its operation very straightforward, leaving little room for misunderstanding of how to complete a lift.
There are two ways to operate the Razier mobile lifting chair:
- On-chair controls – There are up and down buttons placed directly onto the unit itself, so the carer can easily locate and use the chair reliably, every time.
- Remote control – As an available option, the Razier mobile lifting chair can be controlled using a wireless handheld remote with two simple buttons: up and down.
In order to perform a lift for a patient that is laying on the ground, carers are instructed to complete the following steps:
Step 1 – Place the seat motor under the person’s knees. The size of the motor is designed to be easily positioned comfortably and securely.
Step 2 – Attach the remaining components of the chair to the seat motor. This step can also include attaching the safety belt, also located on the seat motor.
Step 3 – Using the remote or on-chair controls, mechanically control the chair until the patient is in a full, seated position.
Step 4 – Transfer the patient to a chair or wheelchair.
As an optional fifth step, the chair can be disassembled, packed into the two storage bags, and relocated if needed.
The benefits of the Razier mobile lifting chair are numerous, but not just for patients. Carers are spared from increased risk of personal injury due to lifting, a common concern among many managed care workers.
Because the seat motor can perform up to 100 lifts on a full charge, it can be used time and time again for multiple patients without needing to be returned to its charger. Longer battery lifetime means more time spent helping patients and giving carers another tool they can use to protect themselves from injury.
If you have other questions, or to inquire about obtaining a Razier mobile lifting chair for your organisation, Call us directly on 1300 931 893.