Arjo Huntleigh Sara Plus Powered Standing And Raising Aid
ArjoHuntleigh Sara Plus powered standing and raising aid offers advanced resident/client support features that promote mobility-activation more than any other aid of this type, providing balance, stepping and walking training. The key is the extra resident/client support provided by the comfort circle, which comprises an Arc-Rest™ and a sling that has been selected according to individual needs. The unique Arc-Rest is an integral part of the lifting mechanism, providing exceptional upper body support during the raising action. Another unique feature is the Pro-Active Pad, a height-adjustable knee support, which promotes a better transition to the standing position by allowing natural flexion of the ankle.
Improving care and efficiency
Sara Plus standing and raising aid assists caregivers in efficiently moving and mobilizing more residents/clients than ever before.
Making tasks easier and safer
The handheld control unit for the battery-powered Sara Plus controls the raising and lowering action. Using the Sara Plus eliminates manual handling across the continuum of daily routine tasks, thereby reducing the risk of back injuries at work.
In addition to the basic Sara Plus standing sling range, a special BOS sling has also been developed. Its purpose is to offer more support by pulling the resident’s/client’s buttocks forward towards the lift. Residents/clients will therefore be standing in a more upright position, which is more favorable for rehabilitation.
Sara Plus lift comes standard with:
One wall charger
Straight steering device
Safe working load 420 lbs.
Detachable footboard and kneeboard
Low friction castors with brakes on the rear two
Designed to offer balance, stepping and walking training
The unique Arc-Rest provides exceptional upper body support during the raising action
A battery discharge indicator constantly displays the remaining power and indicates when the battery needs recharging
Built-in safety valve stops lift arm (Arc-Rest) powering down when lowered onto an object; when the object is removed, the Arc-Rest maintains its position