Recommended Patient Transfer Device

Recommended Patient Transport

A patient transport device gives your caregiver a relatively simply way to move you from room to room. A well-designed patient transport gives you a solid feeling of stability and safety.

The Lumex Stand Assist and Patient Transport is the top pick for moving disabled seniors from room to room. This is the transport device with the cushy built-in seat. It makes moving up to a 400 lb. person relatively easy for the caregiver.

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Lumex Patient Assist Transport
The patient has lots of support and padding.
  • Allows your caregiver to easily move you around the home
  • Extremely useful after surgery or an accident
  • Allows for long-term home recovery (instead of a nursing home)

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Use a Patient Transport instead of a Hoyer Lift or Wheelchair.
Use a Patient Transport instead of a Hoyer Lift or Wheelchair.

  • Disabled people use this transport
  • Transport has sturdy, steady construction
  • Has extra cushy padding
  • Transport includes a seat
  • Narrow enough for doorways
  • Carries up to 400 lb.
  • Safe for people 5 ft. 1 in. to 6 ft. 6 in. tall

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Caution With the Lumex Transport

Use a Patient Transport for assistance standing and then transport from room to room.

  • Do not use this device with patients who are under 5 ft. 1 in. tall.
  • This is the absolute minimum height.
  • Shorter patients risk slippingĀ  through the rails.

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