ComfortRise Patient Sling and Repositioning Sheet
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ComfortRise Patient Sling and Repositioning Sheet

Manufacturer: Medline
  • ComfortRise combination glidesheet and repositioning device
  • Special spacer fabric is more comfortable for residents
  • Underside with smooth nylon for easy gliding during repositioning
  • Sling straps to use with lift
  • Learn more about Safe Patient Handling

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Ordering Information

Material Description Packaging
CLIFT ComfortRise Patient Sling Repositioning Sheet 1 BG
Stock Allocated QTY / Remaining QTY / Allocation Reset Date


  • 610_70_20_0
Latex Free
  • Yes
  • Spacer
Reusable or Disposable
  • Reusable
  • 42192303
Unit Compatibility
  • 4-point or 6-point cradles
  • 4-Point or 6-Point Cradles
Weight Capacity Pounds
  • 600 lb

More about this item

The sturdy attached straps can be secured to a lift, and the smooth underside easily glides over bed sheets.

Better value

  • Fewer products to purchase—costs about the same as a traditional sling and eliminates the need to purchase a separate glide sheet.
  • Can be laundered and reused, reducing per-use costs over time.
  • Saves time with only one product to stock, pull and put into service
  • Seamless integration with Medline lifts MDS450EL and MDS700EL

Innovative “spacer” fabric is gentle on patient skin.

  • Redistributes pressure—studies show that the spacer fabric improves surface-area contact2
  • Breathable—air and moisture permeable and compatible with low air-loss mattresses
  • Helps reduce shear—stretches in all directions
  • Comfortable—a recent study compared spacer fabric to polyester and slipfit—the traditional sling fabrics—and participants preferred the soft feel of the spacer fabric2


1. Inspection Guidance for Inpatient Healthcare Settings. Occupational Safety and Health Organization (OSHA). Available at: Accessed April 28, 2017.

2. Mellson J, Richardson N. The Impact of Hoist Sling Fabrics on Gluteal Interface Pressure While Sitting in Healthy Individuals: A Controlled Pre-Post Test Study. American Journal of SPHM (Safe Patient Handling and Movement). 2012;2(3):79-85. Available at: Accessed April 28, 2017.
1. Floor-Based Lifts Coverage Determination. Association of Safe Patient Handling Professionals. Available at: Accessed April 27, 2017.







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