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SPH Medical is a leading provider of solutions focused on reducing risk of injury to patient handling staff, and reducing hospital acquired infections and pressure ulcers. By offering clinical education and consulting services combined with the latest technology in assistive solutions we are helping facilities and caregivers address these areas of risk within their facilities.

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EasyGlide Ovals

The EasyGlides also make for a comfortable sling application for the patient. The EasyGlide can also be used for supine transfers from one bed to another but also for positioning higher up in bed and for turning in bed.

EasyGlides can be used in a pair to easily and effortlessly apply a sling to a totally dependent or partially dependent patient who is in a sitting, recumbent or supine position. When using the EasyGlides for sling placement the caregiver can avoid strain on their back and shoulders caused by twisting and tugging while in an awkward position. The EasyGlides also make for a comfortable sling application for the patient. The EasyGlide can also be used for supine transfers from one bed to another but also for positioning higher up in bed and for turning in bed.

For supine transfers and for placing a lifting sling

EasyGlide, oval is a sliding board which is used for supine transfers from one bed to another but also for positioning higher up in the bed. EasyGlide, oval can also be used to assist placement of a lifting sling in both the recumbent and seated positions. EasyGlide, oval is used when the gap is max. 5 cm/2”. For safety reasons EasyGlide, oval should have a firm underlying surface on both sides when transferring.

EasyGlide, oval is made of strong polyethylene.

  • Hygienic
  • Thin = easily applied
  • Good when the patient cannot be turned to the side
  • Facilitates the placing of an x-ray cassette.