The Economy Straps help to reduce the risk of over-reaching and stretching. They are wonderfully simple, flat webbing straps that have a handle at each end and can be used to help supine transfers from bed/bed or bed/trolley etc. Wonderfully simple, these flat webbing straps have a handle at each end and can be used to help supine transfers from bed/bed or bed/trolley etc. You will love how simple they are to attach; just pass one of the loops through a handle of a flat slide sheet or similar and then pass it through the other looped handle and pull tight. The strap is secure. Sold in pairs. Uses: - For use in supine transfers, reducing risk of over-reaching and stretching Used with: - Flat Slide Sheets with Handles Used by: - All areas where supine transfers of people take place - Emergency Services - General Wards - Day Clinics - X-Ray Departments - Operating Theatres and Recovery
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