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E-Z Lift Beach Chair
E-Z Lift Shoulder Chair Pad Set 508-1461
Initial Release: 4/20/2009
452 Randolph Street, Abington, MA 02351 USA
Toll Free (888) 724-8763 | Ph (781) 982-7000
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Emergo Europe Prinsessegracht 20, 2514 AP The Hague, The Netherlands
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Become familiar with the features of patient positioning device before use with a patient. Always practice use on a nurse, physician or appropriate volunteer prior to using clinically.
1. Double Ball Joint Head Section
2. Lateral Brace
3. Locking Handle
4. Removable Shoulder Panel
5. E-Z Trigger
6. Locking Handle
Shoulder Chair Insertion and Operation
Positioning Patient in Chair
- Lower or remove the leg or back sections of the surgical table. Slide chair completely onto the side rails. Lock by turning the handles to the right on both sides of the chair. Caution! Remove chair prior to raising leg — Severe damage can occur to chair and/or surgical table.
- Begin by having the patient in the supine position
Shoulder Panel Removal and Insertion
- To raise or lower the patient squeeze the trigger. The gas spring will assist you in positioning the patient to your desired height, release the trigger to lock.
- To remove shoulder panels turn top and bottom panel latches down to unlocked positions
- Hold handle with one hand and lift plunger up, slide panel straight back to remove
- To insert panel slide on track and panel will snap lock. Then turn top and bottom panel latches to locked positions.
- To position the Lateral Brace, remove the shoulder panel on the operative side and slide the brace into the clamps. Adjust lateral brace to fit each patient. Lock tight by turning the locking handles to the right.
Prior to Patient Transfer
With the surgical table in a level position, adjust the headrest assembly as follows to prepare for a patient transfer.
Loosen Ball Joint Locking Lever (3), and position the support post all the way down and centered in the relation to the shoulder chair. Tighten the Locking Lever (3) when the support post is in the desired position.
(1) Head Rest
(2) Support Post (Fully Down Position)
(3) Ball Joint Locking Lever
Loosen Locking Lever (1) on the sliding mechanism and adjust the headpiece up or down the support post to accommodate for the height of the patient.
NOTICE: DO NOT fully secure the locking handle at this time.
(1) Slide Mechanism Locking Lever
To loosen the head section move the Locking Lever (1) to the neutral position on the double ball joint. Then position the head rest where it is centered with the support post and level with the shoulder chair pad.
When the head rest is in the desired position, move the Locking Lever (1) either clockwise or counterclockwise to lock the double ball joint and fix the head section.
(1) Double Ball Joint Locking Lever
(2) Shoulder Chair Pad
Patient Transfer and Preparation
Use the following procedure to transfer a patient and prepare the patient for shoulder surgery and/or manipulation:
Transfer patient and loosely secure the patient's head with the Velcro restraint straps.
Device Dimensions (maximum)
- Ensure that the headrest slides up and down freely on the support post. Loosen slide mechanism Locking Lever (B). Failure to do so could result in patient injury.
- Bring the patient to a seated position. Make final adjustments to the headrest using Locking Levers (A), (B) and (C). Once the headrest is properly adjusted, lock all levers and secure the head in place with the Velcro restraint straps.
- Place the unaffected arm on a raised armboard
- Release the shoulder panel supporting the affected shoulder by pulling the spring loaded plunger and remove the panel straight back
- Add the lateral brace on affected side by attaching it to the back of the chair
- Height: 38” +/- 0.5 “ collapsed , 44” +/- 0.5” extended
- Width: 26” +/- 0.5”
- Depth: 9” +/- 0.5” with pad
- Device Weight: 25 +/- 0.5 lbs
- Operates on Leg or Back sections of O.R. surgical table
- Single person installation
- Removable panels (15.125” +/- 0.005” x 6.625” +/-0.005”)
- Reusable/Disposable padding
- Compensating double ball joint head rest
- Restraint straps (Head = 22” L+/- 0.5” x 2”W, Chin = 22” L +/- 0.5” x 2”W)
- Contains a lateral brace that provides counter–traction
Overview of Components
The E-Z LIFT BEACH CHAIR is a shoulder chair that connects to the O.R. table and allows for surgical shoulder procedures.
800-0142, 800-00142-EU, 800-00142-UK, 800-0142-DEN, 800-0142-JPN, 800-0142-SWISS
Replacement Pads : 508-1461 E-Z Lift Shoulder Chair Pad Set
- Product not made with (NRL) Natural Rubber Latex
- Device supports 500 lb proportional patient load (6'4" tall patient per 99% human body model)
- Product warranty covers product from manufacturing defects for period of 2 years
- If damaged in shipping, call Customer Service at (888) 724-8763 or (781) 982-7000 to obtain Return Material Authorization (RMA) number. For product warranty issues, contact Customer Service.
- Product is maintenance-free, check product condition before next use
- Life of device is 5 years under normal use
- Store device between –4 °F to +86 °F
- General - Prevent infection by cleaning and disinfecting product before disposal
- Packaging - Dispose packaging material via household waste according to national requirements
- SchureMed accepts back used or retired products - or dispose of product in accordance with national requirements
Product Use Warnings
The maximum load placed on the product may not exceed the appropriate proportion of a patient weighing 500 lbs. Restrictions result from the permissible overall load, among other things, of accessory rails when using operating tables with a low maximum load capacity. Be absolutely sure to follow the instructions for use for your Operating Table system.
Hazard resulting from incorrect use. Be absolutely sure to follow the instructions for use for your Operating Table system.
CAUTION! Remove chair prior to raising leg or back sections— Severe damage can occur to chair and/or surgical table.
Follow current Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) Journal Guidelines for proper cleaning and disinfection procedure.
Adhere to standards for blood-borne pathogens from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Use recommended protective clothing, gloves, masks and eye protection to clean accessory.
Strictly read/follow manufacturer’s directions for cleaning fluids. DO NOT use cleaners containing phenolics.
- Remove major contaminants from accessory with disposable materials. Follow appropriate bio-hazard waste disposal procedures.
- Apply cleaning fluid liberally to entire accessory and wipe with clean, lint-free cloth until all moisture and cleaning fluid is removed from accessory
- Let accessory dry