Patient Rota Transfer Disc

The Patient Rota Transfer Disc is used to help stand transfer a client/patient from chair to bed, chair to chair etc, alleviating the need for the patient to shuffle from one position to another, ie; the disc rotating to the new position.

Patient Rota Transfer Disc
Large 350mm (14") diameter accommodates all sizes of patient. Low profile slim design makes for easier patient access. Smooth jerk free swivel action means less carer effort. Light weight (1.6kg) for ease of carrying. Resilient anti-slip surfaces allows for use either side up on all types of floors including wet areas. Comfortable for patients to stand on without shoes. Easily cleaned - will not retain water even when washed down. Unique one piece inner bearing race is maintenance free and will not collect dust and lint. Pleasant non-invasive appearance.
  • Always observe safe manual handling recommendations when lifting and transferring patients. Ensure that Rota Disc is held in a non-rotating position when assisting patient to stand or sit. Never allow the patient to stand or sit unaided.

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