What is a Golvo lift?

What is a Golvo lift?

The Golvo patient lift is unique in the fact that it combines the functionality of an overhead lift with the flexibility of a mobile patient lift. With its vertical lifting principle and pliable lift strap, the Golvo lift offers flexibility and versatility.

What is a Golvo?

Unlike traditional lifts that use a mast and boom means to lift a patient the Golvo is more like an overhead ceiling lift, utilizing a strap for lifting. The boom does not move up/down while raising/lowing the patient.

When would you use a sit to stand lift?

The sit-to-stand lift is designed to help patients with some mobility but who lack the strength or muscle control to rise to a standing position from a bed, wheelchair, chair, or commode. A sit-to-stand device should only be used with residents/patients that can bear some body weight.

What is a sit to stand test?

The 30 Second Sit to Stand Test is also known as 30 second chair stand test ( 30CST), is for testing leg strength and endurance in older adults. This test was developed to overcome the floor effect of the five or ten repetition sit to stand test in older adults.

What type of slings are used for Golvo?

The Liko Original High Back Sling is included with the Golvo and you can refer to the size chart below to find the size that will best meet your needs. The High Back sling is suitable for most patients and is the best choice for horizontal lifts supporting the back and head.

Who uses a sit-to-stand lift?

What is a sit-to-stand lift called?

Sit to Stand Lifts are often referred to as “Sara Lifts”, “Lift Ups”, “Stand Assist”, or “Stand Up Lifts”. They are used to assist mobility patients when they are unable to transition from a sitting position to a standing position on their own. They help mobility patients transfer from standing to sitting safely.

What is the weight limit for the Golvo lift?

440 lbs

Weight: 92 lbs
Weight Capacity: 440 lbs
Lifting Range: 18.7″ to 68.3″
Powered Base: Yes
Base Width Open: 36.9″