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POSITIONING SLING     

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Picture of POSITIONING SLING The Positioning Sling is a transfer lift sling designed for use with individuals with mobility disabilities. Available in nylon mesh or quilted, polyester padded material, this launderable quick-drying sling permits horizontal transfers from the bed to other horizontal surfaces. Designed to be permanently placed as part of the bedding, the sling has four pairs of straps and features loops to support the head in a variety of positions. The sling can also be used for repositioning and turning.

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This product record was updated on February 5, 2010.

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Waverley Glen Systems Ltd.

87 Sharer Road
Vaughan, Ontario L4L 8Z3
Canada
Telephone: 800-265-0677 or 905-850-0093.
Fax: 905-850-8377.
Web: http://www.waverleyglen.com.
Email: info@waverleyglen.com.


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