I am the safe patient handling coordinator at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, fl. We use the ARJO MaxiLite (weight capacity is 350#)to extract patients our of their vehicles. We have one at each of our valet stations. We have utilized this piece of equipment for 3 years with great success.
We have an EZ Out, by EZ Way, Inc. in our hospital ER. We recently got it. You might want to check it out. It has a 500 lbs wt capacity, can be used for front or back seat, and cars or trucks. I have tried it out, it seems to work well. It is a very large machine and takes up some storage space. I know of the Arjo MaxiLite as well, I think it is smaller and breaks down for easier storage, but has a smaller wt capacity.
We have used the Liko "GOLVO" lift at our facility at some ambulatory clinics and ED. It has a 330 lb. capactiy I believe; easy to use and has a wide variety of slings, including disposable, plastic net (can be wiped between patients). Plugs in to keep battery charged..also has an optional accessory , a "sit-to-stand" that makes it a very mulitp-purpose lift. http://www.liko.com/na/north-america/Products/Mobile-Lifts/Golvo/
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