Extra Large Glide and Lock Cushioned Sheet with Handles for Single Beds (90 x 200cm) - Money Off!

Extra Large Glide and Lock Cushioned Sheet with Handles for Single Beds (90 x 200cm) - Money Off!

OV1481

Regular price
£331.19
Inc. VAT:
£397.43
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Extra Large Glide and Lock Cushioned Sheet with Handles for Single Beds (90 x 200cm) - Money Off!

Many people must sleep sitting up in bed due to breathing difficulties when lying flat, and for these people slipping down while sleeping must be avoided for both comfort and safety. The Extra Large Glide and Lock Cushioned Sheet with Handles for Single Bed (90 x 200cm) is the answer, helping the user sit up in bed without slipping down. This simple yet effective aid is designed to help people sit further up in their single bed, and includes handles to put less strain on carers during patient handling.

Money Saving Offer!
Due to an overstocking issue, this Glide and Lock Cushioned Sheet is available at a reduced price for a limited time! This allows you to enjoy the comfort and safety that a premium medical product provides ? all without paying the prices usually associated with medical equipment.

Features and Benefits
Helps the user sit up in bed without slipping down
Supplied with integral handles for carer assistance
Extra large size of 90 x 200cm is ideal for single bed use
Also suitable for use with similarly-sized patient trolleys
Suitable for care home, community care and residential use
Cushioned to provide extra comfort to the user
Using the Extra Large Glide and Lock for Beds
Sitting up in bed is crucial for those with breathing difficulties and acid reflux, but sliding down is a common problem, especially when sitting up overnight. This simple, comfortable and hard-wearing aid has been designed to glide you to the back of the bed,and then secure you in position, preventing you from sliding forward.

Where Can the Extra Large Glide and Lock Sheet Be Used?
The Glide and Lock Cushioned Sheet is a practical and efficient aid that can help individuals sit upright in their single bed either independently or with the help of one to two carers. Its broad range of use makes it suitable for use in:

General wards
Renal units
Home care
Independent home living
Occupational therapy
Social services
Community nursing