Invacare Patient Lifts
Patient Lifts aid the caregiver and patient alike, making it easier to move patients throughout the home comfortably. A wide variety of patient lifts are available but none compare to the Invacare Brand of lifts!
Each lift is uniquely designed to fit the specific needs of the caregiver and patient. Knowing each users experience is different, Invacare has launched many Lift options including Sit-To-Stand Lifts, Power Base Electric Lifts, Lightweight Hydraulic Lifts, Bariatric room transfer Lifts and more! Browse the selection below or talk to a product specialist today via the chat icon in the lower right corner.
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Invacare ISA XPlus Electric Bariatric Stand-Up Patient Lift
Extendable lifting arm adjusts to nine different lengths to accommodate a variety of users. Ergonomic hand grips fit the natural shape of the hand for a safe and comfortable grip. Lower leg cushion provides six height positions with ErgoSupport swivel feature for added comfort. Removable foot plate allows for gait-training and restorative care. Ergonometric push bar shape aligns with shoulders and elbows to aid in ease of maneuvering. Weight Capacity: 450 lbs
Invacare Get-U-Up Hydraulic Stand-Up Lift
Comfortable and secure, the Get-U-Up™ Stand-Up Lift is the answer to your patient transfer needs. Its ergonomic styling and easy maneuverability make the Get-U-Up Lift an ideal product for everyday patient handling. The Get-U-Up Lift patented design helps ensure caregiver security and patient peace of mind. Ideal for use with partial weight-bearing patients as well as those needing rehabilitation support, the Invacare Get-U-Up stand-up lift offers safety, comfort and stability. Weight Capacity 350 lbs
Invacare ISA Compact Electric Stand-Up Patient Lift
Lift Weight: 94 Lbs.
Lifting Range: 37.8" - 64.4"
Weight Capacity: 350 Lbs.
Slings: Two-point and four-point stand assist slings
Compact Base Length: 36.4"
Compatibility: All Invacare Premium or Reliant stand assist and transfer slings
Invacare Patient Lift Sling Options
Comfort Sling Spacer Series
Comfort Sling with Commode Opening - Quick Dry Net Fabric
Premier Series Dress Toileting High
Universal High Sling - General Purpose
Premier Series Sit-To-Stand Slings
Premier Series Transfer Stand-Assist Slings
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