Patient lift is a mobility device (power or hydraulic) used for assisting a transferring patient. Lift/commode is a medical device, ideal for people with muscular-skeletal or neuromuscular limitations.

It is motorized and designed to operate as a lift system and as an adjustable height commode. It can be used as a bedsidecommode, that helps reduce bedpan use, or as a transfer system to move a person from a bed to a seated or standing position.

Ref: 123436/2006-10-14


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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Patienten, patients, Lifte, Lifter, lifters, Lifts


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