Transfer Board - Wood

Mabis DMI Transfer Board - Wood
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Mabis DMI Transfer Board - Wood

  • Optional cut-out handles
  • Several size options available
  • Urethane sealed, coated and polished
  • Weight capacity: 440 lbs.

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Mabis DMI Transfer Board - Wood

Transfer Board - Wood


Allegro Medical presents the Transfer Board - Wood. This sturdy wood transfer board will help you as you transfer people from wheel chair to bed, chair, car or commode. The sealed and coated board allows easier transfers as you help the person slide across the glossy surface. The board is also valuable as a mobility aid for those who are living independently and need some assistance transferring from place to place. The two cut-out handles make it easy to grip the board as you carry or lift it.

Protect Your Back as You Move People
You may have seen transfer boards like this used in some hospitals as they transfer patients from place to place. Now you can have one in your home as well to aid you in transferring yourself or your loved ones. It will take pressure off your back as you move the person across as opposed to lifting. This durable wood board is strong enough to handle up to 440 lbs so you know you have a stable surface to rely on.

How to Use a Transfer Board
Position one end of the board on the starting point and the other end on the destination to which you want to transfer such as the bed, chair, car or wheel chair. Try to keep the board as level as possible and be sure to lock any wheel chairs in place first. Help the person to get onto the board then assist them as they slide across it in short movements. Be sure the person is dry to avoid any friction while transferring.

Features

  • Sealed and coated board allows easier transfers to/from bed, wheel chair, chair, car or commode
  • A valuable mobility aid for independent livingĀ 
  • Two cut-out handles allow for easy carrying or gripping
  • Strong enough to support up to 440 pounds
  • Constructed of smooth, durable 3/4 inch Southern Yellow PineĀ 

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Mabis DMI Transfer Board - Wood

8" x 24" - Solid - $32.18

8" x 30" - Solid - $35.07

8" X 24" - 1 Cut-Out - $35.16

8" x 30" - 1 Cut-Out - $37.65



Transfer Board - Wood Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
48 reviews
44 out of 48 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Sturdy (27)
Safe (20)
Lightweight (19)
Easy Storage (18)
works well (2)
Top Cons

Bulky (2)
Heavy (2)
Unsafe (2)
The board is very slick (2)
No negatives (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (8)
Following Surgery (8)
Emergency (7)
DISABLED (1)
MS patient (1)
1-5 of 48 reviews
1 2 3
Better if it had anti slip on bottom

Pros:
Sturdy. Safe.
Cons:
Heavy.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly.

I use to help enter shower. Board is slippery so you need to be careful. It should have anti slip on bottom but it does not. Board is well made and well coated so bacteria should not be a problem.

by from Las Vegas nv.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Works great for wheelchair to car transf Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Safe. Sturdy. Lightweight. Easy Storage.
Best Uses:
Elderly. Following Surgery.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

Great for transporting a patient from a wheelchair to an automobile and back. May be a little more than one needs inside the house in tight spaces such as a bathroom. Inside a house a 24

by from Springfield, VA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Transfer Board

Pros:
Sturdy.
Best Uses:
paraplegic use.
Describe Yourself:
Active Paraplegic.

use it to get into my truck from a wheelchair

by from Halstead,Ks.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Slide board that works

Pros:
Safe. Lightweight. Sturdy.
Cons:
Corners are sharp( not ro.
Best Uses:
Car transfers.
Describe Yourself:
Active Paraplegic.

The squared off corners immediately highlighted issues for usage. A square corner can gouge a person and injuries are dangerous with parapalegics

by from Tampa, florida
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
works great transferring from wheelchair

Pros:
Safe. Sturdy. Lightweight.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

This product is used to transfer from the wheelchair to the bed.

by from Denver, CO
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 48 reviews
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How do you clean/disinfectant? Will disinfectants ruin or jeopardize the integrity of the board?
Asked on Jul 15, 2015 3:29:20 PM by Jen from Kannapolis, NC
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Are wooden transfer boards an infection control issue?
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can I use the board to transfer myself from wheelchair to bed?
Asked on Jul 28, 2014 5:26:55 PM by liza from alaska
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I can't visualize how this board works in a car. Can you describe this?
Asked on Mar 4, 2012 5:17:19 PM by Kathy from Califormia
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I park my mother's power chair as close to the car seat as possible (both facing the same direction) then slide the board under her. One of my feet is in the car, the other on the garage floor. She bends at the waist so her weight is not on her behind. I grab her transfer belt (halfway between side and spine) and on opposite side. Then I gently slide her across. Use your legs and hips for strength so that you don't injure your back or shoulders. Hope this helps.
Answered on May 14, 2012 3:56:08 PM by glomun from Texas
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I don't use it in a car, but to make it possible for me to transfer from my wheelchair into the car. The transfer can be done only if the car seat and the wheelchair seat are roughly the same height. Otherwise the slide angle would be too great. Also, make sure that the wheelchair seat and the car seat aren't so far apart that the transfer board will not span the distance safely.
Answered on Jun 18, 2012 4:21:20 PM by Rimrider from Mesquite Texas
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i use this everyday in my car. you position yourself to get in the car and you slide one end of the board under your butt and rest the other end on the seat that you are transferring to and slide into the seat.
Answered on Oct 17, 2012 6:55:59 PM by lynns 62 from mount morris, mi
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Use the board almost daily to transfer my 88 year old Dad from wheelchair to car - works like a charm! Therapist first instructed us on how to do. Answer below pretty much explains. My father laughs because we call it his sliding board!
Answered on Jun 28, 2013 5:44:27 PM by JJ from Nj
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Would this product be good for sliding across the seat getting in and out of a car?
Asked on Dec 2, 2011 2:54:14 PM by Ginny from Florida
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I'm a primary health care provider for my mother. Today was a great day for us because for the first time in a year, I was able to get my mother in the car by myself. This transfer board made it possible. I'm ordering another to keep in the vehicle.
Answered on May 14, 2012 3:44:59 PM by glomun from Texas
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what is the weigh of this and thickness in inches.
Asked on Aug 22, 2011 2:16:43 PM by keith from Florida
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My husband's board is 13/16 of an inch thick (slightly more than 3/4 of an inch), and it weighs 1.2 lbs.
Answered on Dec 23, 2012 5:43:09 PM by Kim from California
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Part Number(s): 177 0110 03, 177 0110 05, 177 0110 01, 177 0995

Scrip Part Number(s): 177 0110 03, 177 0110 05, 177 0110 01, 177 0995