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Coy L Warren II: Wheeled ambulation and lifting apparatus. Deborah A Peacock, Justin R Jackson, Peacock Myers P C, April 8, 2008: US07354382 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a wheeled ambulation, exercise, and lifting apparatus for lifting patients with compromised strength in the legs and for allowing such patients to be mobile with access to a variety of facilities.


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Bernard Marchand: Apparatus for lifting patients. August 14, 1990: US04947497 (7 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for lifting patients, in particular for lifting and transporting patients in a sitting position or a lying position, the apparatus being of the type comprising: a generally U-shaped moving base (1) constituted by two substantially horizontal parallel arms (1a, 1b) and a transverse element ...


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Booker Green: Invalid handling device. Carothers and Carothers, January 4, 1977: US04000530 (4 worldwide citation)

Invalid handling apparatus for lifting patients from one place to another which includes an elongated frame unit supported on four quadrangularly positioned legs with casters. The unit is rolled to a position over the invalid patient and is provided with a series of lifting belts for detachable conn ...


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Liljedahl Gunnar: Mobile apparatus for lifting patients.. Liljedahl Gunnar, September 9, 1987: EP0236284-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

Floor supported mobile lifting apparatus for diseased or invalid persons are known and consist of a wheel base having a vertical column and a lifting arm projecting therefrom, in which lifting arm said person is supported by a lifting element. In order to improve known lifting apparatus of above-men ...


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Device for handling invalided persons during bathing and similar treatment. Soederberg Tollam, March 5, 1975: GB1386222-A (1 worldwide citation)

1386222 Invalid lifting device SODERBERG TOLLAM AB 24 May 1973 24907/73 Heading B8H Apparatus for lifting patients in to and out of baths comprises a column 3 housing an hydraulic actuator 13 connected to a crossbeam 16 coupled with side members 17 movable along vertical guides 12. A pair of arms 2 ...


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Liljedahl Gunnar: Appareil mobile pour lever les patients, Mobile apparatus for lifting patients. Liljedahl Gunnar, OGILVY RENAULT SENCRLSRL, November 17, 1992: CA1310291

ABSTRACT: Floor supported mobile lifting apparatus for diseased orinvalid persons are known and consist of a wheel basehaving a vertical column and a lifting arm projectingtherefrom, in which lifting arm said person is supportedby a lifting element. In order to improve known liftingapparatus of abov ...