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Sertain® S4401LGE Bariatric ITU, Trauma and Transfer Chair


The Sertain® S4401LGE is a versatile, height adjustable layflat chair used within a large number of intensive care and trauma wards. With its ability to lie completely supine, it is a stable platform which can be used for transferring patients laterally to and from a bed or other surface such as a trolley or theatre table. The hi-lo function can also be used to provide a stand-assist function, reducing the load on nurses and therapists and speeding up recovery and independence for patients.

*300KG (47 St.) SWL
*Configurable seat width from 63cm - 70cm ( 26" - 28")
*Full length pressure care, with air cells in the backrest and liquid gel high risk seat cushion
*Removable arms and fold away wings aid easier sling fitting, patient access and cleaning and of course, lateral transfers
*Long service life, due to easily replaceable covers and cushions
*5 year frame warranty and 3 year Linak electrical warranty
*100% layflat positioning
Available for hire - call 08000 191 246
Application / Setting
Very popular as a bariatric ITU and Mobilisation chair, with a growing number of the UK's leading NHS trusts using within ITU, HDU, Orthopaedics and trauma, vascular wards, surgical recovery wards. Also, used in diabetic podiatry clinics as a height adjustable foot-treatment chair.
Bariatric Intensive Care ChairBariatric Intensive Care Chair, in the layflat position


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