Arjo Sara Stedy Standing Aid
Reference : NTB2000
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Arjo Sara Stedy Standing Aid
Model NTB2000 By Arjohuntleigh
Enables one caregiver to transfer patients safely and with ease. Building on the success of the Sara Stedy, we are pleased to introduce Sara Stedy Compact. a standing aid that caters to smaller-sized patients and residents. For safe and easy every day transfers - Promoting mobility, support and dignity.
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Delivering enhanced flexibility across patient and resident demographics and clinical needs, the Sara Stedy range ensures a wide range of patients and residents can be safely and ergonomically positioned from a seated to a standing position with ease.
Sara Stedy can support early mobility initiatives by encouraging patients to take an increasingly active role in their functional rehabilitation.
Sara Stedy enables one caregiver to perform sit-to-stand tasks for a wide range of patients according to individual size and clinical assessments.
Standing and raising is an essential transfer task, often performed multiple times a day. The ability to rise from a seated position is one of the most fundamental movements amongst normal activities of daily living. Sitting to standing is a key step in the mobility process, being a natural precursor to walking. If performed without the right equipment or using an unsafe manual technique, it is a transfer that can put both patient and caregiver at risk of serious injury. The Sara Stedy range ensures that sit-to-stand transfers can be carried out safely, quickly and with ease
Both Sara Stedy and Sara Stedy Compact promote ease of use throughout the sit-to-stand movement and encourage patients to take an active role in everyday transfers, including transfers from bed to chair, toilet or washbasin.
Sara Stedy and Sara Stedy Compact, are specifically designed for patients and residents that are unable to mobilize without assistance but are able to contribute to the action or perform part of the action independently. With these patients and residents, it is important to stimulate movement to accelerate recovery or slow down the deterioration of mobility.
Sara Stedy is available in 2 models, ensuring flexibility across height range of patients and residents. The Sara Stedy it is designed for patients in the height range of 149-193cm, (4’11”-6’6”) and the Sara Stedy Compact is designed for smaller patients in the height range of 138-172cm, (4’6”-5’8”) and weight up to 182 kg, (400 lbs).
|Specifications||Sara Stedy||Sara Stedy Compact|
|Max safe working load||400 lbs (182 kg)||400 lbs (182 kg)|
|Weight||64.82 lbs (28.4 kg)||62.5 lbs (28.3 kg)|
|Recommended User Height||4'11 to 6'6||4'6 to 5'8|
|Total length||36.2" (92 cm)||35" (89 cm)|
|Total height||41.3” (105 cm)||37.8” (96 cm)|
|Height of chassis||3.9" (10 cm)||3.9" (10 cm)|
|lnternal width legs closed||14.2” (36 cm)||14.2” (36 cm)|
|Internal width legs open||29.5" (75 cm)||29.5" (75 cm)|
|External width legs open||38.6" (88 cm)||38.6" (88 cm)|
Easily accessible for the patient and requires minimal handling by the caregiver
Intuitive and easy to use for safe patient transfer
Allows the patient to support themselves by pulling rather than pushing
Built-in seat hand grips allows the caregiver to easily turn the support aid
Additional support when a patient cannot fully control leg movements
Easily adjusted for optimum access during transfers
Provides complete support when the aid is stationary
|Weight||Stedy 64.82 lbs (29,4kg) Compact 62.5 lbs. (28.3 kg.)|
|Weight Capacity||400 lbs (181.4 kg)|
|Speed||1.7"/sec (4.3 cm/sec )|
|Overall Length||Stedy 36.2" (92 cm) Compact 35" (89 cm)|
|Overall height||Stedy 41.3” (105 cm) Compact 37.8" (96 cm)|
Super help for caregivers to get someone who is capable of standing, where they need them to go. Very pricey, but for hospitals or physical therapy rehab facilities, it’s a huge help. Shorty is what we call what is left of my right leg. I just had my second surgery and it’s the first one like it I’ve seen. Gets me to the toilet, shower seat and sink. Too expensive for me to buy, but I’m sure glad they have one here for me to use.