Seba enables a single caregiver to assist a patient or resident from a supine to a seated position at the edge of the bed – and back again.
Seba is designed to reduce the lift load and the associated risk of
back injury for the caregiver. Seba reduces the burden of manual
patient lifting with up to 80 percent less lift load.1
• Increase operational efficiency
Seba is designed to be used by a single caregiver.
1. Fray M and Hignett S. An evaluation of the biomechanical risks for a range of methods to raise a patient from supine lying to sitting in a hospital bed.
Presented at the SPHM Conference, Phoenix, 2016.
Promotes weight distribution. Designed to help keep patient’s spine straight throughout transfer. Thin profile for easy positioning.
Pivot point next to the patient’s hips for co-ordinating movement of the upper body and legs.
Designed to reassure patient and facilitate patient participation and security.
Minimizes stress and strain on the lower body. Designed to help keep patient’s spine straight throughout lift.
The caregiver’s primary control for supporting the patient.
|Max safe working load kg||185 kg|
|Max safe working load lb||408 lb|
|Weight kg||4,5 kg|
|Weight lb||9,9 lb|
|Length mm||1238 mm|
|Length in||48,7 in|
|Width mm||490 mm|
|Width in||19,3 in|
|Depth mm||151 mm|
|Depth in||6 in|
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