Comfort Glide Repositioning Solution
What are your challenges with patient repositioning?
Percentage of all sickness leave in the NHS associated with lifting and handling injuries.¹
Estimated number of annual working days lost to musculoskeletal disorders in the healthcare sector.²
Estimated annual direct costs associated with treatment of pressure ulcers in the UK.³
Amount of time it can take for a patient to begin to develop a pressure ulcer.4
Comfort Glide is your solution
Comfort Glide provides caregivers the important tools to safely boost, turn, reposition and transfer patients based on your facility's safe patient handling requirements.Comfort Glide provides caregivers the important tools to safely boost, turn, reposition and transfer patients based on your facility's safe patient handling requirements.
Safe patient handling is equally important to patients as it is to you and your staff. Frequent repositioning using transfer aids to reduce friction and shear is recommended to help prevent the development of pressure injuries.5
Wedges provide the EPUAP recommended angle for offloading.
Moisture management pad keeps the patient's skin dry.
Comfort Glide solution provides a better patient experience and improves outcomes.
Provides the proper tools for caregivers to reposition patients
Improves health and safety of workers
Makes it easy to follow facility protocols
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1 Heinhold. H et. Al., "Prevalence of Pressure Ulcers in Hospitalized Patients in Germany", EWMA Journal (2014).
2 Easy positioning of in-bed patients with reduced mobility" EU Commission.
3 Gefen A, 'How much time does it take to get a pressure ulcer? Integrated evidence from human, animal, and in vitro studies.' (2008).
4 "Easy positioning of in-bed patients with reduced mobility" EU Commission.
5 Data on file, available upon request.