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Attenburrow David J: Invalid transfer device. Reed International, Philpitt F C, March 18, 1975: US3871036 (32 worldwide citation)

A patient transfer device comprises a belt connected at its ends to first and second take-up and let-out reels and in its extension from the first reel to the second reel passes over supporting and guiding means to define in turn an upper patient supporting portion and a lower ground engaging portio ...


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Curtis A Koontz: Invalid transfer device. November 27, 1984: US04484366 (23 worldwide citation)

An invalid transfer device is provided to carry an individual. The device includes a base with a support assembly extending upwardly from the base. A carrier assembly connects with a control unit via a cable carried by the support assembly and an anti-sway assembly extends between the support assemb ...


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S Brooks Dean: Invalid transfer device. Nies Webner Kurz & Bergert, January 19, 1988: US04719655 (14 worldwide citation)

An invalid lift and transfer device has two rigid cantilever frames, a first of which is caster supported for rolling along the ground and a second of which is supported on the first frame for vertical movement, which movement is actuated by a jack engaged therebetween. A patient sling is suspended ...