Vancare manufactures each of its slings in a state-of-the-art sewing operation in Aurora, Nebraska. Each sling has a carefully thought out clinical application and are recognized to be the safest slings in the world. The slings are available in a variety of materials, from high-heat polyester used in laundry processes to disposable material to help with infection control and cross contamination. Vancare has built a reputation for developing custom slings that meet the specific needs of their customer. If there is a sling that you are looking for and don't find it here, call RJV Distributing to discuss your custom design.
The UNI-FIT sling can be used to transfer patients who are unpredictably able to bear weight on their legs, who bear weight too poorly to transfer safely with a sit to stand mechanical lift or who are non-weight bearing.
The amputee sling can be used to transfer patients who have unilateral or bilateral above the knee amputations and patients with intact lower extremities who have loose muscle tone and are at risk of sliding through the small space at the horseshoe area of the UNI-FIT sling.
The hygiene sling is used for toileting. It features a torso support belt and back support section.
The 2 Point Sling is used with the 2 point hanger assembly from Vancare as well as other lifts that feature a two point sling bar.
The limb holding sling is designed to prevent injuries to the caregiver during procedures in bed.
Repositioning slings can be used for turning large or difficult to move patients from side to side and for repositioning them in bed.
The Vancare Stretcher and 4 point stretcher sling provides a safe way to lift a patient in a supine position with little to no pressure on the shoulders and hips.
Stretcher sling features a 70 inch long fabric sheet with five lift straps that extend from one side to the other.