Ansteys Healthcare Australia



Phone: 1300 651 796

Opening Hours:  Monday - Friday 8.30 - 5pm & Saturday  9am - 12pm                                
                                           70 Brunker Road, Broadmeadow NSW 2292
 
Transfer Sheet 1 x 1.5 M
$45.00
Qty
Comes in a variety of sizes

Pelican Bed Slide Sheets are made in four different materials. 
The Red ‘Q’ Slide Sheets are very quiet when in use – a virtual ‘silent night’ for the patients. The Light Blue ‘B’ Slide Sheets are made from the same quiet material as the Red ‘Q’ but just a different colour. Another feature of this material is that it is breathable. This is very important with other items we make from this material like the Slide & Turn Sheet, when the patient sleeps directly on top of the material. This breathable material helps prevent perspiration, even in hot weather

To use: Simply fold the sheet in half and roll it under a patient, similar to fitting a draw sheet. When moving the patient, gather up the loose end of the top part of the sheet and use body weight and braced body to pull this to turn the patient (do not use excessive movements with your arms). Kylie sheets can be changed using the Bed Slide Sheet. When folded in half or using two sheets patients can be repositioned in beds or even in chairs. The Carers use their own body weight to move patients not just relying on the Carer’s muscle power. Practice with work colleagues to become proficient before using with patients. This low cost item is complementary to our Item 501 Bed Roller Sheet and Item 509H Slide & Turn Hoist Sheet that are left permanently underneath the patient, to make the turning or moving up the bed, easier for the Carer with less disturbance to the patient as they eliminate ‘log rolling’. 

Washing: For a longer lifespan, wash at 65°C. for 45 minutes. Do not use chlorine bleach or fabric softener. We suggest using Hydrogen Peroxide or Peracetic Acid. Air dry in shade or cool tumble dry. Never place in a hot drum. Nylon fabrics can suffer with rapid changes in temperature. Increase and decrease the washing and drying temperatures in stages. Excessive heat may damage the yarn and cause shrinkage. For infection control, machine wash up to 80°C. making sure to increase and decrease the temperatures in stages.
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