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? Reinforced back
? Suitable for patients with good trunk and neck stability
? Padding under the arms for extra comfort

The Toileting Sling is a low sling model with divided leg parts. It has a reinforced back to give good back support and padding under the arms for extra comfort. The wide partition of the leg parts makes the sling application fast and simple and enables dressing and undressing during toileting or bathing.

The Toileting Sling?s upright sitting position makes transferring to and from toilets easier and suits patients with good trunk and neck stability. For patients with low body stability, a waist belt is recommended. The Toileting Sling is available in polyester and net fabric.

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Meredith C.

This toileting sling is beneficial for users who require lifting assistance but still have decent trunk and neck control/strength. The thigh divider opens wide for practical use su ...

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10/09/2020
Meredith C.
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Toileting Sling

This toileting sling is beneficial for users who require lifting assistance but still have decent trunk and neck control/strength. The thigh divider opens wide for practical use such as toileting and dressing tasks. There’s padding along the underarms to prevent chafing and skin breakdown. The sling tips the user back slightly for security while maintaining an open hip angle, which is more comfortable than feeling like your knees are being pressed into your abdomen. Manufacturers recommend that if a user has weaker trunk control that they use a waist support or belt in conjunction with the sling. Persons who require additional neck and support should look at similar, high-backed products.

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