Electric Lifts

  1. Bestcare BestLift PL182 Patient Lift left side MedMart.com
    BestLift HomeLift
    • Low 4.5" base height for excellent accessibility
    • Dual front casters and hand-operated base opening for ease of use and transportation
    • Lifts patient from floor
  2. Handicare Carina 350 Patient Lift left side MedMartonline.com
    Carina 350 Portable
    • Easy to set up and fold, without tools or loose parts
    • Ergonomic and easy to maneuver, prevents work related injuries
    • Emergency stop button readily available on the control box
    As low as $1,795.00
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  3. MedLift Power Lift
    MedLift Power Lift
    • Easy-to-use, battery-operated base spreader has fast actuator speeds for safe and efficient lifting
    • Low-profile base legs slide easily under furniture
    • Six-point cradle for maximum flexibility and safety
    As low as $1,955.00
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  4. Advance-E 340 Patient Lift
    Advance-E 340 Patient Lift
    • No-tools folding design and easy to transport
    • Easy to use foot-pad to open/close base
    • Intuitive Push Pad assists with initiating movement
    $2,199.00
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  5. LEVANTAR Floor Lift
    LEVANTAR Floor Lift
    • Smart & Safety Technology – LCD display
    • Visual battery fuel indicator on Hand Pendant and Lift Control Module
    • NEW Six-point cradle with spring clips offer a more secure and wider foot print reducing sling squeeze, shallow height offers greater height rang
    As low as $2,249.00
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  6. Powered Resident Lift
    Powered Resident Lift
    • Outstanding Effective Lifting Range (ELR) of 20" ‐ 76"
    • Smart Monitor technology drives user compliance and lift longevity
    • Available in Powered Base or foot-operated Manual Base
    As low as $2,299.00
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  7. Invacare Reliant Plus 450
    Reliant Plus 450
    • Total pinch-point protection covers all moving parts for added safety
    • Height range allows lifting from floor and high surfaces
    • Optional powered base
    As low as $2,399.00
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  8. Molift Smart 150
    Molift Smart 150
    • Large lifting span that allows lifting from the floor as well as high surfaces
    • Folds and unfolds easily without using any tools and can be separated into two parts
    • Standard 4-point suspension ensures comfortable and more spacious lifting position for the user
  9. Power 700 HD
    Power 700 HD
    • 700 lb. weight capacity - the highest available
    • Long, padded handles offer a plethora of grip choices
    • Extended reach for floor pick-up
  10. ArjoHuntleigh Maxi Twin
    Maxi Twin
    • Safe working load of 400 lbs (182 kg)
    • Suitable for all transfer and lifting routines, including lifting residents/patients up from the floor, due to the high and low lifting stroke and long reach
    • Dynamic Positioning System (PDPS)
    As low as $4,650.00
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Electric patient lifts, also called power lifts, are designed to make patient transfers smooth, easy, and safe for both the patient and the caregiver. Electric lifts are battery powered and can be operated by the touch of a button, requiring little physical exertion on the part of the caregiver.

 

Electric lifts are battery powered so that the lift can be moved without the restriction of a power cord. Many lifts can charge batteries directly in the unit, but also offer an off-unit charging option. By alternating between two batteries, you can ensure that your power lift has no downtime. Electric lifts often include a battery monitoring system, and all electric lifts offer a manual override so that you can safely transfer a patient in the event of a power outage.

 

The base widening feature on an electric lift may be either manual or powered. Powered bases are advantageous over manually operated bases because they do not require the caregiver to bend over to adjust the base. When a caregiver is caring for multiple patients a day, this powered option can make a significant difference in the caregiver’s comfort. Additionally, a powered base allows the caregiver to keep his or her attention focused on the patient during the transfer.

 

Power lifts typically cost more than manual lifts, but they also offer many valuable advantages. Power lifts reduce the physical demands on the caretaker, and they allow the caretaker to remain focused on the patient during the entire transfer. While powered patient lifts require that a battery be charged for use, this is a simple process when you have two batteries to alternate between.

 

Electric patient lifts are favored in many professional care settings, but home care settings may also benefit from their ease of use and the reduced physical demands of the caretaker.