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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Breathable Repositioning Sheet Disposable

The SPH Medical Breathable Repositioning Sheet disposable, is a patient specific positioning sheet for short-term use and for patients weighing up to max 1000 lbs.  Also known as the PositioningSling, it is made of a soft and durable non-woven breathable material. Instead of laundering, the disposable repositioning sheet is discarded after use, when it becomes soiled or when the patient no longer needs it. This prevents the spread of MRSA, C-Diff and other types of pathogens.

Available in an advanced breathable material and several sizes to suit different patients and situations.

SPH Medical’s Breathable Repositioning Sheet disposable has twelve lift straps, six on either side of the patient, each strap having 3 destination loops which enable optimal adaptation to the user and transfer situation. For example head elevation of 30 degrees can be maintained during boosting or transferring.  The destination loops are connected to the sling bar and when the patient has been turned or repositioned, the lift straps are simply tucked under the mattress.

  • Six lift straps on either side of the sheet
  • SWL: 1000 lbs capacity
  • Disposable material for optimal hygiene and safety
  • No measurable increase in pressure over standard bed linen
  • Third Partly lab tested confirms breathability

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