Mediroth donates mobilisation chair

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For us as a medical technology company, it is always something special when we hear or read that employees want nothing more than our product. The medical staff at the Rothenburg Clinic put our Medior mobilizer at the top of their wish list. Thanks to a generous donation from the hospital's supporters' association, this wish has now been fulfilled.
Der Mobilizer Medior wurde an die Klinik Rothenburg übergeben.
Mediroth Chairman Hans-Peter Nitt, (2nd from right) and Commercial Director Amelie Becher (right) handing over the mobilisation chair to Christine Scharrer, ward manager of the intensive care unit, and Anaesthesia Chief Physician Mathias Kilian. Photo: ANregiomed/Rainer Seeger

Thanks to a generous donation from the Förderverein Mediroth, a Mobilizer Medior found its new home in the intensive care unit of the Rothenburg Clinic. During a three-week trial period, the decision was made in favor of the quality product from Leipzig. The deciding factor was the handling and the numerous possibilities that the therapy chair opens up for therapy.

But why is Mobilizer®Medior so often on staff’s wish list? The answer sometimes only becomes clear once you get to know how the Mobilizer works. Even if you don’t see it, Mobilizer® Medior is agile and maneuverable. All four wheels can be turned and swivelled and have a central brake and castor system.

The working height can be individually adjusted for the user – in any position! The patient is thus “at eye level” and the user can stand comfortably. Patients find the “Soft GO and STOP” function particularly safe. This ensures that position changes begin and end slowly. The sitting and lying surfaces can be continuously adjusted to the body length. The patented length compensation minimizes the shearing forces that occur with conventional mobilization and rehabilitation wheelchairs. By means of safety belts even unconscious and ventilated patients can be mobilized in a vertical position. Mobilization of obese patients is possible up to a weight of 230 kg (optionally up to 250 kg).

A light and hard-wearing, wipe-disinfectable padding facilitates the work after the therapy. The operation by rechargeable batteries prevents the risk of accidents due to cables and can be used regardless of location.

The hospital’s intensive care unit is pleased to receive support in the form of a Mobilizer Medior on the ward, as you can easily see from the press release:

With more than € 13,000, the largest single donation of the Friends to date

A therapy chair for initial and early mobilisation in the intensive care unit has now been donated by the Mediroth hospital support association. If patients are very weak, for example after a long period of ventilation, they can be slowly and gently helped to stand up with the help of the “Mobilizer”.

“The change from a lying to a sitting position to a standing position is possible with the help of the new therapy chair with the least possible strain on the patient,” explains Christine Scharrer, ward manager of the intensive care unit at the Rothenburg Clinic. Several belt systems give the patient the feeling of safety and stability in every position.

“The colleagues in the intensive care unit had the therapy chair on their wish list for a long time. Thanks to your generous donation, the purchase was now possible,” says Amelie Becher, Commercial Director of Rothenburg Hospital, thanking Mediroth Chairman Hans-Peter Nitt. With a sum of over 13,000 euros, this is the largest single donation made by the support association to date. “We are very pleased that we were able to support this again,” emphasizes the chairman of the support association. A therapy chair for initial and early mobilization in the intensive care unit has now been donated by the Mediroth hospital support association. When patients are very weakened, for example after a long ventilation, they can be slowly and gently brought to stand up with the help of the “Mobilizer”. “The change from a lying to a sitting to a standing position is possible with the help of the new therapy chair with as little strain as possible for the patient,” explains Christine Scharrer, ward manager of the intensive care unit at the Rothenburg Clinic. Several belt systems give the patient a feeling of safety and stability in any position. “The therapy chair had been on the wish list of our colleagues in the intensive care unit for a long time. Thanks to your generous donation, the purchase was now possible,” said Amelie Becher, Commercial Director of Rothenburg Hospital, thanking Mediroth board member Hans-Peter Nitt. With a sum of more than 13,000 euros, this is the largest single donation made by the development association to date. “We are very pleased to have been able to support this once again,” emphasises the Chairman of the Sponsors’ Association.

Are you interested in a mobilisation wheelchair? Our field service will be happy to advise you and present our product to you on site.

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