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Scales, Patient, Bedside, Sling

Definition : Bedside scales designed to weigh the patient by lifting him or her from the bed, similar to the way a patient lift does. These scales consist of a sling (stretcher) that is positioned underneath the patient, hooks to lift the stretcher through eyelets in its sidebraces, and a cart that includes the lift mechanism (e.g., hydraulic, electrical), weighing unit, controls, and display. Activating the lift mechanism raises the sling and patient slightly off the bed, weighing nonambulatory patients with minimum discomfort.

Entry Terms : "Sling Scales" , "Hammock Scales" , "Scales, Sling"

UMDC code : 17195

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Acme Scale Co

Company Type: Parent

Acme Scale Company is California's Premier Industrial Scales Distributor. We are the sole distributor of Mettler Toledo Industrial Scales and Systems in Northern California warehousing the largest inventory of product and parts in the State.

Andermac Inc

Company Type: Parent

Andermac's spirit of manufacturing excellence has created innovative designs and user-friendly products for the medical industry. Along with our Hygenique, we also provide one of the best Complete Lifting and Transport System on the market

Drive Medical Design and Mfg

Company Type: Parent

Drive Medical Design and Manufacturing is one of the fastest growing global manufacturers and distributors of durable medical equipment. The Company markets and distributes its products to customers located throughout North America, Europe, Central America, South America, the Middle East and Asia

Invacare Corp

Company Type: Parent

Invacare Corporation (NYSE: IVC), headquartered in Elyria, Ohio, is the global leader in the manufacture and distribution of innovative home and long-term care medical products that promote recovery and active lifestyles. Invacare employs approximately 6,000 associates and markets its products in 80 countries around the world. The Company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol IVC.

Jarden Corp

Company Type: Parent

Our objective is to build a world-class consumer products company that enjoys leading positions in markets for branded consumer products. We will seek to achieve this objective by continuing our tradition of product innovation, new product introductions and providing the consumer with the experience and value they associate with our brands. We plan to leverage and expand our domestic and international distribution channels, increase brand awareness through co-branding and cross selling initiatives and pursue strategic acquisitions, all while driving margin improvement.

SR Instruments Inc

Company Type: Parent

SR Instruments are the Manufacturing and designing custom instrumentation solutions for the medical, veterinary, and sailboating industries worldwide.

Sunrise Medical (US) LLC

Company Type: Parent

Sunrise Medical is one of the world's largest manufacturers of homecare and extended care products. Founded in 1983, the Sunrise family of products has been built from many of the most popular brands in the home care industry including Quickie, Sopur, Zippie, Breezy, Jay, Sterling and Coopers.

Tartan Group

Company Type: Parent

Tartan Group has supplied rehab, physical therapy & chiropractic professionals with proven, professional-grade products. Our mission is to offer our customers top quality products at the best prices with fast, courteous service.

Wy'East Medical

Company Type: Parent

A privately-held company, Wy'East Medical is a leader in zero lift products for healthcare ergonomics and has been offering state-of-the-art Safe Patient Handling systems to hospitals and healthcare facilities since 1989. Wy'East houses both its corporate offices and 21st century manufacturing facilities in Clackamas, Oregon — a suburb of Portland — with full access to shipping providers for both national and international destinations. Wy'East Safe Patient Handling systems, which are distributed internationally, are used in one out of three healthcare facilities in the United States

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