Products for Health Care Facilities
LiftSeat powered toilet lifts support your safe patient handling and fall prevention programs with the industry's most trusted solutions. Both the LiftSeat LS450 and LS750 Powered toilet lifts deliver safe, stable, easy to use toilet transfer assistance. This reduces the force required to transfer patients for patients that are at high risk. LiftSeat wheels easily from room-to-room, for use over the toilet or as a powered bedside commode. LiftSeat eliminates unnecessary manual transfers from the bedside to the bathroom.
Give us a call at 877-665-4381 or email us at info@LiftSeat.com to speak to one of our team members who can answer any questions about using LiftSeat with your patients.
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Reduce the risk of Safe Patient handling related falls and injuries with LiftSeat
LiftSeat® toilet transfer solutions increase caregiver and patient safety by reducing the risk of falls and eliminating the need to lift patients in a wide range of clinical applications. Many patients cannot be assisted with toileting through traditional sling-based lifting equipment due to their condition or injury. In addition, our solutions work at the bedside or in facility bathrooms, unlike traditional lifting equipment.
Models and Configuration
LS450 Toilet Lift: Our flagship powered lift wheels easily and locks in place anywhere for use bedside or over the toilet.
LS750 Bariatric Toilet Lift: Offers the same usage flexibility and features as the LS450 with a weight rating of 750 lbs.
The newest model in our collection, the LS4SS offers the same lifting technology in a stainless version dedicated for individual room use.
Benefits of LiftSeat Toilet Transfer Solutions
LiftSeat meets the requirements of safe patients handling programs by providing equipment to perform the manual task of transferring patients on and off the toilets
LiftSeat helps reduce "never events" (falls, hospital-acquired infections, deep vein thrombosis, bed sores, catheter infections).
Transfer from the bedside to bathroom - LiftSeat® delivers a flexible solution, eliminating multiple transfers.
LiftSeat supports a wide range of clinical needs and is especially effective for patients with toileting precautions (e.g. hip, orthostatic hypotension, sternal).
The average healthcare related costs for a patient fall range from $20000 to $35000 dollars. Staff injuries range from $10000-16000 - LiftSeat is only a fraction of those costs (read our ROI paper in 'Resources for Healthcare')
Prolonged bed rest in patients often leads to a host of problems. Early exercise and mobility can be used to decrease the length of stay in hospitalized patients.
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Where to use LiftSeat
- Cardiac Units
- Veterans Administration Home Care
- VA Community Living Centers
- Orthopedic Recovery and Rehabilitation
- Surgical Intensive Care Units
- Medical Intensive Care Units
- Med-Surg Departments
- Obstetrics Departments
- Geriatrics Departments
- Sub-Acute and Long-Term Care Facilities
- Home After-Care Programs
Made in the USA
Looking for a quality toilet lift that will provide you with years of reliable use? Unlike most of our competitors, we build every LiftSeat ourselves with care and quality right here in the USA.
Our American-made lifts are designed and manufactured in an ISO certified Medical manufacturing facility registered with the FDA, so you can be sure you're getting a product that will meet the needs of yourself or your healthcare facilities requirements.
With our years of experience as the leader in toilet lifts and our uncompromising commitment to quality, we stand behind every product with our satisfaction guarantee.
LiftSeat Proudly supports and works with the US Department of Veterans Affairs.
Our products are trusted in VA hospitals around the country, from ICU’s to CLC’s to home based care solutions for individuals. We hold a GSA contract, GS-07F-0453V and have been involved with the VA health system since 2008. Whether you are with a VA hospital, Prosthetics program, or an Occupational Therapists with questions, please get in touch with us.