FEATURES for Eagle Glide 30" Sliding Transfer Board
Frame made with strong aluminum alloy.
Great tool for daily transfer.
The seat glides in the rails easily and smoothly.
30", Height: 1 1/2".
Water proof, easy to carry.
Can be used to transfer patient between a
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I'm an occupational therapist and I am trying this item with a patient who does not have the strength to transfer with UB but has fair sitting balance. It is a great product which helps the patient a lot to transfer. He likes it very much!
- Angel, Cookeville, TN
Questions & Comments (5)
Is there a video how to use this
Sorry, there is no video to show. The use is simple. Just put it under patient and slide to transfer.
My husband has ALS and cannot sit up. He is not comfortable in the sling required with a hoyer lift. Could this be used in his case?
The sliding transfer board requires the patient to sit up onto the board in order to be transferred. If the patient can not sit up, the item will not serve your needs.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A "PLASTIC" TRANSFER BOARD AND A "SLIDING" TRANSFER BOARD?
IS IT THE MATERIAL OF THE BOARD?
This product features sliding mechanism for easy transfer. Its frame is made of strong aluminum alloy. While a plastic transfer board is just a plastic board which does not slide itself. You have to push the patient through the board surface than may be hard sometimes.
How many inches in width?
The size is 30" L x 12" W x 1.5" H
How does the transfer board work?. How much muscle do you need to get to work?. My therapist wants a transfer board that helps to from wounds.
It is designed for caregiver to transfer patient between bed and wheelchair. Caregiver needs to move patient onto the sliding seat and then slides the seat to another end. It is not measured how much muscle is needed. Although it will be certainly easier than any other regular transfer board, it may not be the best for patient to self transfer.