Patient Lift Slings

  1. HighBackSling
    HighBackSling
    • Divided leg supports; easy for the caregiver to apply and remove, the user does not sit on the lifting sling
    • High back; the user is supported from the tailbone up over the head and under the legs
    • Removable plastic stays give the head support extra stability
    As low as $230.00
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  2. Padded Full Back Sling
    Padded Full Back Sling
    • Designed for comfort AND safety
    • Manufactured to the highest global standards, EN ISO 10535 and CE marked
    • General purpose offering as well as special-purpose designs
    As low as $344.00
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  3. Advance Quick Fit Deluxe Sling
    Advance Quick Fit Deluxe Sling
    • Great for almost all patients and needs including amputees
    • For use with bed to chair and chair to commode transfers as well as floor pick-ups
    • Durable polyester sling
    As low as $344.00
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  4. Universal Padded U-Sling with Head Support
    Universal Padded U-Sling with Head Support
    • Six loops for increased stability and comfort
    • Recommended for bed to chair and chair to commode transfers as well as floor pick-ups
    • Comfortable padded polyester material
    As low as $124.95
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  5. Hoyer Padded Head Support U-Sling
    Hoyer Padded Head Support U-Sling
    • Padded fabric works best for transfers.
    • Four-point hook up works on 4-point and 6-point cradles.
    • Optional head support folds-down when not required.
    As low as $164.62
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  6. Deluxe Standing Sling
    Deluxe Standing Sling
    • Designed for comfort AND safety
    • Manufactured to the highest global standards, EN ISO 10535 and CE marked
    • General purpose offering as well as special purpose designs
    As low as $316.00
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  7. Hoyer Professional Quickfit Mesh Sling
    Hoyer Professional Quickfit Mesh Sling
    • Additional padding in seat for added comfort and support
    • No need for side suspenders
    • Mesh option for bathing
    As low as $345.00
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  8. Molift EvoSling Amputee MediumBack Net Padded
    Molift EvoSling Amputee MediumBack Net Padded
    • Secure and comfortable
    • A small leg support opening minimises the risk of the user slipping through the sling
    • Anti-slip for added security
    As low as $151.00
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Most patient lifts operate with the use of a sling. Slings come in a wide variety of styles and designs, and are integral to ensuring a safe patient transfer. In order for a sling to be suitable, it needs to fit the patient correctly and be well paired with the patient lift that you are using.

There are four main categories of patient slings – Universal, Commode, Stand Assist, and Disposable. Each of these sling types is made slightly differently to best accommodate its intended use. The exact type of sling that is right for you will depend on the type of transfers that you will be doing.

Slings are made of soft materials including fabric, mesh, nylon, and polyester. They support and wrap around part of the patient's body, and attach to patient lifts by the use of multiple straps. Some slings feature soft linings to help cushion and protect a patient's body.

Patient slings have differing sizes and weight capacities. When working with a patient, it is important that a sling fits him or her correctly. Using an incorrectly sized sling can make for an unsafe transfer, and has the potential to rub and pinch the patient. If you are working with multiple patients, then you will need to have multiple slings to accommodate their different sizes.

Don't forget to also make sure that a sling's weight capacity is appropriate for the patient. Slings have weight capacities ranging from 100 to 850 pounds, so you're sure to find an appropriate sling for any patient.

When choosing a sling, carefully consider what type of slings the patient lift you are using is designed to work with. Some lifts work only with one particularly sling style, while others offer more versatility and can work with different sling types.