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The innovative Brewer LiftMate, the first Low / High Mobile Patient Lift, assists patients onto exam tables, beds, and procedural surfaces, reducing strain on medical staff and reducing potential patient falls. The LiftMate's 500 lb. capacity matches that of most medical exam tables. The LiftMate Patient Lift works with any exam table, any brand, old or new. And because the Platform Patient Lift is highly maneuverable and can be easily rolled from room to room, it can be a smart, cost-effective solution to purchasing power exam tables for each exam room.
The Brewer LiftMate has a large, non-slip platform with a graded step making it suitable for most patients. At 21" wide the LiftMate Patient Lift has ample room for patient manuevering and positioning, and can be accessed by those using walkers. Twin grab bars add to patient stability and confidence when using the LiftMate.
The LiftMate Mobile Lift is operated using a convenient and intuitive hand pendant. The patient can be assisted from either side of the LiftMate while the Patient Lift moves the patient into position to access the exam table or other procedural surface. Smooth movement of the LiftMate and quiet actuators enhance patient confidence and comfort. When in use, four auto-lock rubber feet prevent any movement of the LiftMate platform along the floor. For added safety, an emergency shut-off button is located within easy reach of both patient and caregiver. The LiftMate Low / High Lift is powered by both a rechargeable battery as well as through a standard electrical outlet, adding versatility.
Because the LiftMate Patient Lift is an easily manueverable and fits through standard doorways, one LiftMate can service multiple exam rooms. This reduces the need for expensive power lift tables, and can maximize your facility's investment in medical equipment.
For the millions of Americans that have difficulty getting onto and off of an exam table, the LiftMate offers the perfect solution to the risks associated with manual assitance. Patients who can benefit from the Brewer LifMate include those with mobility-reducing injuries or illness, the elderly, obese patients, pregnant women, and even those in perfect health.
Accidental patient falls are the most commonly reported incidents in hospitals. Many of these are largely preventable errors. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) no longer reimburse healthcare facilities for the costs resulting from these avoidable events. The Brewer Low / High LiftMate meets the challenge of reducing avoidable and costly fall injuries as well as injuries to hospital staff, and meets the need for affordable safe patient handling solutions.
Brewer now offers an innovative new medical technology that should be added to the fall prevention toolkit of health facilities that handle patients at risk for falls. In hospitals, approximately 3 to 20 percent of inpatients fall at least once during their stay. The Brewer 3000 LiftMate Low / High Patient Lift may become an indispensible part of the fall prevention toolkit.
Accidental patient falls are the most commonly reported incidents in hospitals. The Brewer LiftMate is the perfect solution for patients with mobility-reducing injuries or illness, the elderly, obese patients, pregnant women, and even those in perfect health who need assistance.
Position the Brewer LiftMate against an exam table or device and assist the patient on to the platform. Direct the patient to use the grab bars to steady themselves while they turn to face away from the table. Once the platform has elevated the patient to the desired height direct them to take a seat while continuing to hold the rails for security. A more detailed protocol is demonstrated on the "How the Brewer LiftMate Works" video.
Patient feedback informed the lift/lower speed of the Brewer LiftMate. The result is a safe and secure ride.
The Brewer LiftMate is designed to operate only when the "Lift" or "Lower" buttons are activated. To pause Brewer LiftMate, simply release the "Lift" or "Lower" button. There are also emergency stop buttons on each side of the device.
This is dependant on the Physician's preference and the requirements or duration of the procedure being performed.
The Brewer LiftMate's large, slip-resistant platform is designed to be both durable and reassuringly solid. Patients up to 500 pounds, the industry standard capacity for exam tables, can use the LiftMate with confidence. Bariatric patients exceeding this weight limit can still be served with a Brewer Access High-Low Exam Table.
To comply with UL requirements, Brewer LiftMate maintains a small safety clearance at the bottom of its range of motion. The platform features an angled lip to make stepping onto Brewer LiftMate even easier for patients.
Not at this time. The Brewer Access High-Low Exam Table should be used for wheelchair-bound patients.
The best solution is to have Brewer Access High-Low Exam Tables in every exam room, but this is not always possible. The Brewer LiftMate allows you to supplement rooms without power tables to improve Safe Patient Handling.
The Brewer LiftMate is the first in a family of Low/High Patient Lifts designed to help you safely and affordably assist patients on and off exam tables.
Brewer LiftMate is designed to work with all brands of exam tables on the market.
No. Mobility is a goal with the Brewer LiftMate. The product is designed to move from room to room, rather than being kept in one location. This will help improve your workflow and help you comply with Safe Patient Handling guidelines.
We recommend a minimum of one Brewer LiftMate for every two to four patient rooms without power tables. This number may vary depending upon your specialty and patient flow.
Both. The Brewer LiftMate operates on a rechargeable Lead Acid Sealed Battery. A low battery indicator light will let users know when a recharge is required. To charge the Brewer LiftMate, plug it into any standard electrical outlet.
That is up to the user. When pushing and holding the "Move" button, Brewer LiftMate can be pushed or pulled. Its casters will adapt to any movement.
The Brewer LiftMate fits through standard door openings and down hallways.
To maintain the highest level of safety, the Brewer LiftMate is always in the locked position. This prevents unintentional movement of the product while lifting or lowering patients. To that end, simply push and hold the "Move" button to maneuver Brewer LiftMate.
The Brewer LiftMate could be stored in the same location you store your EKG machines or other mobile devices, or in the examination room - out of walkways or areas of congestion.
The Brewer LiftMate is made of powder-coated steel, so we recommend using a cleaning and disinfecting wipe that does not contain chlorides. Bleach should not be used on the device.
The Brewer LiftMate comes with a standard three-year warranty, covering all parts and labor.