Hoists are useful if not essential tools should you need help lifting and moving people with disabilities in and out of beds or the bath for example. There are a variety of hoists for disabled people available; the main brands that you will find are Premier and Oxford hoists, both of which specialize in manoeuvrability, stability and frames that are compact.
There are different kinds of hoists available, some are more suited to hospital wards, others are designed with houses in mind. One particular lift hoist is smaller sized, jauntily coloured and is perfect for paediatrics, this one functions well even in houses where space is restricted.
Other hoists are ideal for residential and hospital purposes. These accommodate heavier clients and are common in professional settings. Some have been constructed specifically for domestic use and all can be easily cleaned to reduce any risk of infection.
If you need a hoist that is very adaptable and one that can support patients up to a height of almost two metres, there are hoists that can accommodate that too. These and all the other models featured here are as compact as possible and can be conveniently stored away when not in use.
Many hoists feature battery packs that can be detached and have battery indicators that are LCD and can be charged via a charger that can be set on a desktop. These hoists all have lower functions and emergency lifts included in their design for the safety of the patient.