Patient transfers transformed

Rifton SoloLift video 2

The Transfers Transformed video walks you through the safe use of the Rifton SoloLift. It demonstrates how this electric patient lifting device can transform the daily patient transfers made every day in schools, hospitals and group homes, providing dignity to clients and zero lifting capability to caregivers. Besides saving time, the Rifton SoloLift is secure and economical, and reduces staff injuries. A transcript is provided below for viewers with hearing disabilities.

Watch more videos in this series:

Out of the Box | Rifton SoloLift Video 1
Transfer Transformed | Rifton SoloLift Video 2
Simple Transfers | Rifton SoloLift Video 3
Comfortable Transfers | Rifton SoloLift Video 4
Above-the-Waist Lifting | Rifton SoloLift Video 5
One Caregiver Only | Rifton SoloLift Video 6
Unique Lifting | Rifton SoloLift Video 7
Safe Lifting | Rifton SoloLift Video 8
Economical Lifting | Rifton SoloLift Video 9
Rifton SoloLift Inservice With Tips | Rifton SoloLift Video 10
For PTs Only | Rifton SoloLift Video 11
3 Final Words | Rifton SoloLift Video 12

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[00:00:07.00] Caption: Transfer | Transformed

[00:00:12.04] Dr. Stacie Winnery: (speaking to client) You did a great job David. You look very tall, very handsome. You look wonderful, good job.

[00:00:19.00] Dr. Stacie Winnery: Mobility is so important for everyone. With equipment like the Pacer Gait Trainer from Rifton, people can get up, they can learn to stand and walk, they can interact with their environment..For some people however, who are larger, it's very difficult to get them into the Pacer, and they don't have opportunities to learn mobility skills.

[00:00:37.28] PT: (speaking to user) You let me know when you're ready, OK? Is that alright? One… two…three, OK. (Three PT's try to lift a client into a Pacer gait trainer the process is long and difficult) Reach here, we have your hand. Good. Is that better? Yea, a little bit more, there we go.

[00:01:26.18] Dr. Stacie Winnery: That's one of the many ways I've seen people transferred into the Pacer. Actually, that's one of the better ones. Now, that's all about to become easier.

[00:01:34.12] PT shows how easy it is to fit a client into the SoloVest.

[00:01:51.00] PT: (to client): Is that too tight? All right!

[00:01:55.00] PT moves Sololift into position

[00:02:03.00] PT easily connects SoloVest to SoloLift

[00:02:08.00] PT: Alright, hold on to the bar, OK? Got it? Hold on.

[00:02:11.00] PT: (begins to lift client from wheelchair) OK, hold on. You feel alright?

[00:02:17.00] Client: Yea!

[00:02:19.00] PT easily moves client from wheelchair and positions her near the Pacer.

[00:02:27.00] PT: (to client) Alright, I'm going to turn you to the outside, let go of the bar.

[00:02:29.00] Client: Weeeee! (PT easily rotates client suspended from SoloLift and positions her in Pacer.)

[00:02:38.30] PT: Arms up. (PT easily attaches all Pacer prompt straps while client is still suspended with SoloLift PT detaches client from SoloLift by unhooking SoloVest.

[00:03:13.00] PT: (Finishes by connecting last Pacer straps) Now, you're ready to walk?

[00:03:24.00] Dr. Stacie Winnery: The SoloLift is the newest product from Rifton, a leading designer and manufacturer of quality rehab equipment for thirty-five years. Rifton wanted to find a safer, easier way to get heavy, non-weight-bearing people into the Pacer with no manual lifting. Here's what some early users have to say.