Walker - 300# Capacity

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Walker - 300# Capacity

Walker - Secure ambulatory support aid

The first step is the hardest. This old proverb suddenly seems more relevant than ever for patients facing a new challenge: to regain their ability to walk.

The Walker™ provides the optimum conditions to take that first step - a safe environment for both patient and therapist. And the Walker plays an important supporting role every step of the way during the initial stages of a patient’s rehabilitation and ambulation training.

From the moment the highly maneuverable Walker is wheeled to the patient's bedside or chair, it is helping to eliminate risk. The Walker's hi-low function reduces transfer risks for both patient and therapist when lifting or lowering the patient to and from the standing position. While in motion, the patient's sense of security is further enhanced by safety and comfort.

Results in patients moving earlier

The Walker emphasizes safety and gives the patient confidence to get the most out of each training session. It also means that, in many cases, the therapist has the ability, using the Walker, to start a patient's exercise program far earlier than normal.

Benefits for a wide range of cases

Therapists already working with the Walker have used it with good results in the rehabilitation and ambulation training of patients.

Features & Benefits

  • The handset allows the therapist to stay reassuringly close to the patient
  • Detachable Spade seat, used for lifting the patient
  • Safety straps for body weight reduction and to ensure patient safety
  • Electric or hydraulic raising and lowering, eliminates the dangers of manual handling
  • Wheel brake, for increased patient safety
  • Straight steering, to facilitate transportation in the corridor
  • Adjustable handgrips
  • U-shaped support table that the patient to lean in

Specifications

The Walker’s™ Hi-Lo function reduces transfer injury risks, both for residents/patients and physiotherapists, when lifting and lowering them into and from the standing position. While in motion, a resident’s/patient’s sense of security is further reinforced by safety and comfort features, such as adjustable handgrips for a firm hold, a U-shaped support table for leaning onto and back/suspension straps to prevent the resident/patient from falling.

From the moment the highly maneuverable Walker is wheeled up to the resident's/patient’s bedside or chair, it is helping to eliminate risks. The Walker’s Hi-Lo function reduces transfer injury risks, both for residents/patients and physiotherapists, when lifting and lowering them into and from the standing position.

Technical information

Measurements and weights

Safe working load 300 lbs (136 kg)
Lifting stroke (Battery powered) 23 1/4" (565 mm)
Lifting stroke (Hydraulic) 19 3/4” (500 mm)
Width 32 1/2" (825 mm)
Max length (Hydraulic) 41" (1040 mm)
Max length (Electric) 39 1/2" (1000 mm)
Battery (removeable and rechargeable) 24 V DC
Table height (Hydraulic) 30 1/4-50" (770-1270 mm)
Table height (Electric) 32-54 1/4" (810-1375 mm)
Spade seat height (Hydraulic) 14 1/4-33 3/4" (360-860 mm)
Spade seat height (Electric) 15 3/4-38" (400-965 mm)
Weight (Hydraulic) 93.5 lbs (42.5 kg)
Weight (Electric) 107 lbs (48.5 kg)

While in motion, a resident's/patient’s sense of security is further reinforced by safety and comfort features, such as adjustable handgrips for a firm hold, a U-shaped support table for leaning onto and back/suspension straps to prevent the resident/patient from falling.