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Bradbury Turner™ 102 \In stock

Bradbury Turner™

PRODUCT CODE: CC390
The Bradbury Turner enables caregivers to turn a patient onto their side with minimum handling.
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Bradbury Turner™
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Specification
Description
Lift type - guide
Mobility FIM
Sling shape
Specification
Transfer Type
N/A
Lift Type
Passive
Support Type
Hip
Lower back
Attachment Type
Loop fixing spreader bar
User Physicality
Active alert and able to participate
Amputee
Amputee above the knee
Dependent
Double amputee
Good head trunk and hip control
Limited head control
Limited mobility
Sizing
One size
Weight Limit
220kgs/35stone/485lbs
Mobility FIM Measure
1
(Mobility FIM measure only - please see tab for further detail)
Available Material
Polyester
Description

The Bradbury Turner enables caregivers to turn a patient onto their side with minimum handling, reducing caregiver injury and reduces tugging/slide friction on users with skin integrity issues. Webbing loops on all four corners of the Bradbury Turner allow the turning device to be attached to a standard spreader bar style hoist from either side of the bed.

The Bradbury Turner is applied under the end user by using two slide sheets. Designed to turn and support the patient on their side without the need for the caregiver to lean over the bed and support the user's weight. Clunk-click buckle secures to bed frame providing greater safety.

Turning can be carried out either side of the bed without re-inserting the sling. Easy to apply.

Compatible with Guldmann, Liko and Mo Lift hoists and other third party hoists with loop fixing spreader bars

Available in one material type:
Polyester

Wash at 85°C
Tumble dry low heat (max 50°C)

Bradbury Turner™ is manufactured under licence by Pauline Guilfoyle t/a Silvalea Ltd. Design Rights: Helen Naylor & Neil Clifford Thackeray

Lift type - guide

Lift Type: KEY

Active – end user is active and can participate in transfer

Passive Lift – end user can maintain passivity or has limited mobility

Extensive – end user has limited body control and/or suffers from extreme extensions

Mobility FIM

Functional Independence Measure

The Functional Independence Measure (FIM) scale assesses physical and cognitive disability. This scale focuses on the burden of care – that is, the level of disability indicating the burden of caring for them.

Mobility

1. Transfers: bed/chair/wheelchair 
2. Transfers: toilet
3. Transfers: bathtub/shower
4. Transfers: car
5. Locomotion: walking/wheelchair 
6. Locomotion: stairs
Sling shape

Approximate visual representation of sling design.

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