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Item # 320959 Title: ArjoHuntleigh Maxi Move power patient lift Manufacturer: ArjoHuntleigh Model: Maxi Move Description: power patient lift Quantity: 1 Item Location: NC Warehouse Item... view more
Item # 325260, 325257 Title: ArjoHuntleigh Maxi Move power patient lift Manufacturer: ArjoHuntleigh Model: ArjoHuntleigh Maxi Move power patient lift Description: power patient lift Quantity:... view more
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Patient lift equipment is designed to help people with limited mobility transfer from one place to another. It is commonly used to help people move from a bed to a wheelchair, from a wheelchair to a toilet, or from a wheelchair to a shower. Patient lift equipment is available in a variety of sizes and styles, depending on the needs of the user. The equipment is typically made of metal, plastic, or a combination of both.
The cost of patient lift equipment can vary depending on the type and size of the equipment. Generally, manual patient lifts are the least expensive, ranging from around $200 to $1,000. Electric patient lifts can cost anywhere from $500 to $2,500. Hydraulic patient lifts are the most expensive, costing between $1,500 and $5,000.
Several manufacturers produce patient lift equipment, including Invacare, Drive Medical, and Medline. These companies offer a variety of products, including manual, electric, and hydraulic lifts. Each company offers a wide range of sizes and styles to meet the needs of different users. Additionally, most companies offer warranties and customer service to ensure that their products are functioning properly.