Stand lifts & Standing Aids / Staliften & Sta-op hulpmiddelen

Reference information / Referentie-informatie

 

Use

Gebruik

Transfers are made at various times during the average day:

  1. In the morning for getting out of bed: bed to wheelchair 1 transfer.
  2. In the morning for personal care: wheelchair to toilet to shower to wheelchair, 3 transfers
  3. During the day to use the toilet: wheelchair to toilet to wheelchair, 2 transfers, sometimes 3 times per day 6 transfers.These transfers often need to be done very quickly due to incontinence.
  4. In the evening to take a nap: wheelchair to bed to wheelchair, 2 transfers.
  5. At night to go to bed: wheelchair to bed, 1 transfer.
  6. Occasionaly at night to change clothes and sheets: wheelchair to bed to wheelchair, 2 transfers.
  7. Total transfers: about 15 transfers per day and sometimes as many as 25 transfers per day. More than half of the transfers are done by the partner.
Transfers zijn gemaakt op verschillende momenten tijdens de gemiddelde dag:

  1. In de ochtend voor het opstaan uit bed: bed naar rolstoel, 1-transfer.
  2. In de ochtend voor persoonlijke verzorging: rolstoel naar toilet naar douchen naar rolstoel, 3 transfers
  3. Gedurende de dag naar het toilet te gebruiken: rolstoel naar toilet naar rolstoel, 2 transfers, soms 3 keer per dag 6 transfers. Deze transfers moeten vaak snel worden gedaan door incontinentie.
  4. 'S Avonds om een dutje te nemen: rolstoel naar bed naar rolstoel, 2 transfers.
  5. 'S nachts naar bed te gaan: rolstoel naar bed, 1 transfer.
  6. Af en toe 's nachts om kleren en lakens te verschnonen: rolstoel naar bed naar rolstoel, 2 transfers.
  7. Totaal transfers: ongeveer 15 transfers per dag en soms wel 25 transfers per dag..Meer dan de helft van de transfers worden uitgevoerd door de partner.

Specifications wheelchair

Specificaties rolstoel

The lift needs to work with the dimensions of his TiLite ZRA ADL wheelchair. The following are the user and wheelchair dimensions:

User weight: 55 kg
User height: 184 cm
Wheelchair seat width 40 cm
Wheelchair Seat height: 55-56 cm
Wheelchair footrests height: 6-8 cm
Wheelchair width within footrests: 31-35 cm
Wheelchair width inside the wheel: 52 cm

De lift moet werken met de afmetingen van zijn TiLite ZRA ADL rolstoel. De volgende zijn de gebruiker and rolstoel afmetingen:

Gebruiker gewicht: 55 kg
Gebruiker hoogte: 184 cm
Rolstoel zitting breedte: 40 cm
Rolstoel zithoogte: 55-56 cm
Rolstoel hoogte voetplaten: 6-8 cm
Rolstoel breedte binnen voetplaten: 31-35 cm
Rolstoel breedte binnen de wielen: 52 cm
Rolstoel breedte buiten de wielen: 60 cm

Requirements

Eisen

  1. As active as possible.
  2. Easy to understand and use for the user.
  3. Able to hold on well with one hand, preferably in the middle, so that he does not too far to the right move.
  4. Has a natural standing motions, preferably with a mast that is placed tilting further back.
  5. Able to turn with a small turning radius.
  6. Foot plate with anti-slip, preferably with a way to keep the feet in place.
  7. Low step-in height.
  8. Lockable wheels, preferably one foot braking.
  9. Minimally 10 cm (4 inch) wheels/casters to use with wheelchair carpet.
  10. Adjustable height for 184 cm.
  11. Adjustable height lower leg supports.
  12. Thorax support that does not put too much pressure under the armpits, because of shoulder subluxation.
  13. Easy to put on thorax support, that is not too thick and does not use too much velcro.
  14. Thorax support that can secure affected arm.
  15. Extra support for under the hips, if it does not get in the way of toileting.
  16. Footplate that can be removed and  used for gait training.
  17. Easy to roll, rotate and manoeuvre, also on wheelchair carpet, which is needed because of seizures.
  18. Lightweight because partner caregiver has a herniated disc in the back.
  19. Small footprint so it can be moved easily and quickly because of urge urge incontinence.
  20. Able to occasionally lift from the floor if he falls during a seizure.
  21. Electrically adjustable legs.
  22. Must have manual and electrical mode.
  23. Prefer off device charging with 2 batteries so it is always charged.
  24. Folding or easy disassembly without tools for storage and transport.
  25. Rust free materials, as it will be stored in the shower room.
  26. Easy to use controls with diagnostics for maintenance.
  27. Must be able to order direct with the manufacturer or a countrywide distributor -- not only through big suppliers.
  28. Must be able to order parts online for self maintenance, with full documentation and drawings online (English and Dutch).
  29. Must be able to provide training at our home, that we will make a video of for other caregivers (in Dutch).
  1. Zo actief als mogelijk.
  2. Gemakkelijk te begrijpen en te gebruiken voor de gebruiker.
  3. In staat om op goed vast te houden met één hand, bij voorkeur in het midden, zodat hij niet te ver naar rechts bewegen.
  4. Heeft een natuurlijke staande bewegingen, bij voorkeur met een mast die geplaatste verder achter is te kantelen.
  5. In staat om te draaien met een kleine draaicirkel.
  6. Voetplaat met anti-slip, bij voorkeur met een manier om de voeten op hun plaats te houden.
  7. Lage instaphoogte.
  8. Vergrendelbare wielen, bij voorkeur een voet remmen.
  9. Minimaal 10 cm (4 inch) wielen te gebruiken met rolstoel tapijt.
  10. Verstelbare hoogte voor 184 cm.
  11. Verstelbare hoogte onderbeen steunen.
  12. Thorax steun die niet te veel druk heeft gezet onder de oksels, als gevolg van de schouder subluxatie.
  13. Gemakkelijk op thorax steun te zetten, die niet te dik en niet te veel klittenband gebruiken.
  14. Thorax ondersteuning die aangedane arm kan beveiligen.
  15. Extra ondersteuning voor onder de heupen, als het niet in de weg toiletgebruik krijgt.
  16. Voetplaat die kan worden verwijderd en gebruikt voor looptraining.
  17. Makkelijk te rollen, draaien en manoeuvreren, ook op rolstoel tapijt, die nodig is als gevolg van aanvallen.
  18. Lichtgewicht omdat partner/verzorger heeft een hernia in de rug.
  19. Kleine footprint, zodat het gemakkelijk en snel kan worden verplaatst als gevolg van urge-incontinentie.
  20. In staat om af en toe te tillen van de grond als hij tijdens een aanval valt.
  21. Elektrisch verstelbare poten.
  22. Moet de handmatige en elektrische modus hebben.
  23. Liever af apparaat opladen met 2 batterijen, zodat het altijd is opgeladen.
  24. Vouwen of gemakkelijk te demonteren zonder gereedschap voor opslag en transport.
  25. Roestvrij materiaal, zoals het wordt opgeslagen in de doucheruimte.
  26. Gemakkelijk te gebruiken controles met diagnose voor onderhoud.
  27. Moet in staat zijn rechtstreeks te bestellen bij de fabrikant of een landelijke distributeur -- niet alleen door grote leveranciers.
  28. Moet in staat zijn onderdelen online te bestellen voor eigen onderhoud, met volledige documentatie en tekeningen online (Nederlands en Engels).
  29. Moet in staat zijn om training bij ons thuis, dat we een video voor andere zorgverleners zal maken (in het Nederlands).

Electric Active stand lifts / Actief stalifts

Tilcentrum BAS HomeCare

Pros / Cons after testing

This was the second stalift that we rented. I think it was originally made by a German company, and it is now unclear who actually makes it. We could never really see if this lift would work well because the sling it was delivered with was completely unworkable. It was big and went under the armpits and caused a huge amount of pressure on his affected left arm which caused a lot of pain. It was also very difficult for him to hold onto and gave no easy way when using one hand. The footplate was too high and difficult for him to keep his feet on and the leg support had no belt. THe manual leg spreader got in the way and the legs got in the way because they would not fit well around the toilet. This definitely did not work.

Molift Quick Raiser 2

Options

Available with V or U shaped arms. RgoSling StandUp with support.

Pros / Cons before testing

Good support with StandUp-sling with extra support under the hips. Don't like that the footplate is not removable and that it does not fold for transport, but can be disassembled with tools. Very heavy.

Pros / Cons after testing

Overall a nice lift, but the footplate was too large and would not fit between or under the wheelchair and made it so it was too far away to stand properly. We were told that there will be a new model coming out in early 2017, the Raiser 205(?), and the sales person will check to see if it might have better possibilities for the footplate. We liked that the mast is tilted backward, because this seemed to allow for a more natural raising motion. Overall, we liked working with Molift, and would consider them for other equipment needs.

Options

Can be used with the ThoraxSling (possibly with seat support), CalfStrap (not sure if needed), SlingBarWrap MiniLift (not sure if needed). Make sure to get Linak external charger (needed to charge apart from device)

Pros / Cons before testing

Simple and easy to use. Has good support with a good ThoraxSling, that can also secure affected arm and has an optional seat support. Good controls, with computer diagnostics. Small footprint. Not sure if it can be used as a gait trainer by removing the foot plate, but I think so. Like that it is foldable.

Pros / Cons after testing

We were not able to test this device because of difficulty arranging it with the manufacturer.

https://youtu.be/du-GZn0316A

 Oxford Journey

Options

Sling options for include the Oxford Deluxe Standing Sling or Oxford Deluxe Transport Sling

Pros / Cons before testing

Good adjustments, controls, etc. Like that it can be used for gait training by removing the foot plate and is foldable without tools for transport. Good sling options for support. Like that it comes with 2 batteries. Good customer service and parts online.

Pros / Cons after testing

This was the third stalift that we rented, which was tested for a few months. Overall this lift works okay, but not really good. The thorax sling works much better than the other type that caused too much pressure under the armpits. THe flootplate dimensions were very good for fitting between the footrests of his wheelchair. It would be better not to have the high edge in the back of the footplate so it was easier to get his affected foot off after the transfers. The leg supports cause a lot of pain while standing because his affected leg turns inside and comes in contact with the pin used to hold on the calf strap. The calf strap helped a little, but the design does not allow it to be held tightly. When ot being used there is no way to secure the calf strap and it is constantly being misplaced. The padding on the leg supports is also very hard, especially when his leg turns in the middle area. We tried adjusting the leg supports, the mast height, and using it with and without the support belt, but none of them worked. We called from Joerns to see if there are any other options for the leg supports, but there are not. Overall, we liked working with Joerns, and would consider them for other equipment needs.

Liko Sabina II (Hill-Rom)

Options

Comfort Slingbar with ComfortVest Model 95

Sabina has 2 types of sling bars. The most common is the narrow sling bar (Slingbar 350) which is used with the Liko SupportVest or Liko SafetyVest. For pressure-sensitive armpits use the Comfort Slingbar and ComfortVest. Sabina can also, to a limited extent, be used as a lift for lifting sitting patients (not sure if it would be possible for lifting from the floor). Would need Comfort Slingbar and ComfortVest.

Pros / Cons before testing

Like that it is well suited to someone with hemiparesis. Like the vest, leg support, calf straps s and hand hold. Like that it can be used in a limited way as a passive lift, possibly to assist for floor to chair transfers with a full sling. Website could be better for information. No good documentation or information about parts on the website.

Pros / Cons after testing

This worked better than any of the other stalifts  tested, but it is still not optimal. The biggest issue remains whether he can stand enough on his own. When the demo was done he was especially tired and had problems with his right hamstrings. Unless his standing ability improves, this does not look to be a good option, and the sales rep agreed. Gratefully, they allowed us to borrow it a few days and it did go better, but we do not think it will go well enough for him to use it on a daily basis, especially when tired.

https://youtu.be/SR4PutNVpFc

ArjoHuntleigh Sara 3000

Options

Can use the Sara 3000 Standing Sling or Sara 3000 Transfer Sling.

Pros / Cons before testing

Looks good over all but not foldable. Did not like that an e-mail was required to download information. No good documentation or information about parts on the website.

Pros / Cons after testing

This lift is similar to the Journey, with similar problems. The leg supports are better than the Journey and are good overall, also the calf straps are good. He still has the same problem where his affected leg turns inside. He had a lot off pain while standing in his knee and was hanging quite a lot in it. Unless his standing ability improves, this does not look to be a good option, and the sales rep agreed. Overall, we liked working with ArjoHuntleigh, and would consider them for other equipment needs.

 

United Care James III

This lift was suggested by the ergo therapist Ellen because we explained that we thought the mast tilted backward on the Molift Rasier 2 was helpful to allow for a more natural raising motion.

Specificaties

  • Maximum tilcapaciteit 160 kg (James III)
  • Hoogte onderstel 11,5 cm
  • Breedte onderstel (verstelbaar) 68 tot 105 cm
  • Geluidsdruk <45dBa
  • Verwisselbare accu 24 VDC
  • Elektrisch verstelbaar onderstel

Opties

  • Voetenplankverhoger
  • Doorlopende scheenbeen steunen
  • Kuit fixatie
  • Tilvest met brede rugondersteuning en voorsluiting (tilvest de Luxe)
  • Adaptatie in overleg

Pros / Cons before testing

Overall it looks good for the placement of the mast. The support (tilvest) looks okay, but the cushions at the top may be difficult to get under the affected left side with contracture and spasms. Don't like that it is like all of the other stalifts except the Hill-Rom Liko Sabina II, where he would not have the support outside his arms and be able to hold in the middle and will pull himself to the side causing pain. The support attachment points do not look secure. It also looks like his knee will go in the middle of the leg supports also causing pain. Overall design is klunky and heavy, electronics are old and overall design has hard edges possibly causing pain.

Pros / Cons after testing

This lift is similar to others, with similar problems. The lifted tested was an older model James II, but we were told that the only significant differences were the the lack of an emergency switch, the leg spreaders being automatic and a smaller lead acid battery. The angle of the mast is better than all of the other lifts except the Molift Raiser, but he was still not able to fully stand.The leg supports are better than the Journey in that they do not cause as much pain, but they are less contoured than other lifts like the Liko Sabina II, causing his affected leg to turn even more to the inside. The vest was too bulky at the top, and was difficult with his affected side to put on him. We also did not like the Velcro insider fastener that got caught on his clothes, and the need to also use 2 buckles instead of just one. The support attachment points were easy to use and appeared secure enough. The foot plate was adequate for his wheelchair, but a bit too wide and high to fit easily like the Journey. The spreader legs are not contoured, and it takes up a lot of space and is difficult to fit by the toilet if they are made wide enough to get around his wheelchair. This will also be dangerous for caregivers tripping over them. We don't like that it has a very large footprint and is very heavy. When being used it is extremely heavy for his partner to move him, due to a bad back. The large footprint makes it hard to get out of the way easy and fast if a manual transfer is needed for the toilet. He also required extra assistance during times when he normally does not need assistance in the bathroom when using the sink, because he kept getting caught up with his wheelchair in the stalift. Alhtough it was slightly easier for him to stand with this lift, he was hanging quite a lot in it even after further testing and trying different options. Even if his standing ability improves, this does not look to be a good option.Overall, we liked working with United Care, and would consider them for other equipment needs.

Demonstration

United Care Raisa Basic

Eigenschappen

  • Eenvoudige bediening
  • Specifiek geschikt voor thuiszorg
  • Robuust, compact, licht en wendbaar
  • Zorgvrager komt tot stand
  • Poten elektrische traploos in breedte verstelbaar
  • Flexibele scheensteunen
  • Schoprem

Specificaties

  • Maximale tilcapaciteit 160 kg
  • Hoogte 165 cm arm hoog / 120 cm arm laag
  • Breedte 114 cm poten open / 68 cm poten dicht
  • Robuuste hefmotor
  • Elektrisch verstelbaar onderstel

Opties

  • Tilvest met brede rugondersteuning en voorsluiting (tilvest deLuxe)
  • Geïntegreerde weegunit
  • Doorlopende scheenbeensteunen
  • Kuit fixatie
  • Poten elektrische traploos in breedte verstelbaar
  • Voetenplank verhoger
  • Adaptatie in overleg

Pros / Cons before testing

Overall it looks good for the placement of the mast. The support (tilvest) looks okay, but the cushions at the top may be difficult to get under the affected left side.

Pros / Cons after testing

The ergo therapist at United Care said that this would not be a good option, so it was not tested.

Manual standing aids  / Sta op hulpmiddelen

United Care Bea

Specificaties

  • Maximale transfercapaciteit 130 tot 140 kg (Bea Maxi)
  • Hoogte onderstel 7,5 cm
  • Hoogte sta-plank 4,5 cm
  • Breedte onderstel 66 of 76 cm (Bea Maxi)
  • Geen accu's

 Opties

  • Kniesteunen
  • Toiletzitting
  • Grote achterwielen
  • Verhoogde dubbele glijstang
  • Instelbare voetenverhoger
  • Adaptatie in overleg

Pros / Cons after testing

This was the first standing aid that we rented from Medipoint. It did not work at all because the lower legs were too wide to fit under the wheelchair and there was not adjustment possible.Even if the legs would have fit under, he would not been able to get close enough because the foot support is too wide for his wheelchair He was sitting too far away to be able to stand. There was no back support possible to help him stand and he as not able to keep his affected foot on the footplate. This standing aid definitely will not work.

United Care Bea Deluxe

Eigenschappen

  • Wegdraaibare zitschalen
  • Geremde achterwielen
  • Afneembare flexibel kniesteun
  • Gebruiksvriendelijk zonder elektronica
  • Anti-slip voetenplank

Specificaties

  • Maximale transfercapaciteit 160 kg
  • Hoogte onderstel 10 cm
  • Hoogte sta-plank 7 cm
  • Breedte onderstel 69,5 cm (gespreid 108 cm)
  • Gewicht 46 kg
  • Mechanische potenspreiding

Pros / Cons before testing

Similar to the Bea, but offers better leg support and legs that widen manually. It looks like an interesting possibility. Want to see if they offer any kind of back support or leg belt. There is an option for it to be used in a wet environment, which would be necessary.

Pros / Cons after testing

This lift is similar to the ArjoHuntleigh Sara Stedy, with similar problems. The paddles are flatter angle than the Sara Stedy, but we do not think that is necessarily a good thing, because he needs to stand from a lower position. We liked the larger casters.  It is very heavy and difficult to move around quickly. Unless his standing ability improves, this does not look to be a good option, which the sales rep agreed.

ArjoHuntleigh Sara Stedy

Functies & Voordelen

  • Dankzij het wegdraaibaar zitvlak kunnen cliënten gemakkelijker in het opstahulpmiddel stappen
  • De mechanische potenspreiding kan eenvoudig worden aangepast voor een optimale toegang tijdens transfers
  • Door de geïntegreerde handgrepen aan het zitvlak zijn deze gemakkelijk te draaien door de zorgverlener
  • Betere en zachtere knieondersteuning zorgt voor extra stabiliteit, comfort en steun
  • Nieuwe volledig vergrendelbare zwenkwielen bieden complete stabiliteit wanneer het hulpmiddel stil staat
  • De kleinere zwenkwielen en vernieuwde poten zorgen voor een lager onderstel en betere toegang
  • Veilige tilbelasting 182 kg
  • Door de dwarshendel kan de cliënt zichzelf ondersteunen door zich op te trekken in plaats van rechtop te duwen wanneer hij in het opstahulpmiddel stapt. Dat beperkt het risico op urineverlies.

Productinformatie

  • Gewicht 29,4 kg
  • Max. veilige tilbelasting 182 kg
  • Totale lengte  905 mm
  • Totale hoogte 1051 mm
  • Onderstelhoogte 100 mm
  • Interne onderstelbreedte bij geopende poten 729 mm
  • Zwenkwielen met lage frictie, de achterste twee voorzien van een rem
  • Tillift – beschermingsklasse IPX4 Goedkeuringen
  • Dit hulpmiddel voldoet aan de huidige wettelijke voorschriften en geldende productnormen

Options

Compatible slings: MAA3071-M, TSS.501 (medium), MFA3000

Pros / Cons before testing

Simple to use, but requires good standing ability. The options for thorax support might offer enough support, as long as standing position can be held long enough to get the paddles down. Not enough information on the website, especially about thorax support. Did not like that an e-mail was required to download information. No information about parts on the website.

Pros / Cons after testing

This was the first standing aid we did a long term rental of after the United Care Bea did not work.Overall we liked this standing aid and had hoped it would eventually work. The footplate is just a bit too large to fit between or under the wheelchair and makes it so it is too far away to stand properly.  If his standing ability was better, it would be our first choice. It is simple to use and gives him control over standing, which makes him much less stressed. It is also how he is familiar with standing with the standing bars at our old home. Even after more physio to try to stand better, he was still not able manage it safely after many attempts.This standing aid will not work.

HandiCare QuickMove

Options

Can be used in combination with BackSupport, SupportStraps together with EasyBelt and FlexiBelt.

Pros / Cons before testing

Simple to use, but requires good standing ability. The back strap might offer enough support, as long as standing position can be held long enough to get the paddles down. Only sell through dealers. Was too difficult to arrange a demo.

Pros / Cons after testing

We were not able to test this device because of difficulty arranging it with the manufacturer.

Handicare SystemRoMedic ReTurn7500i

Options

Can be used in combination with ReTurnBelt and HeelStrap.

Make sure to get the new version with an opening for quick and easy hooking of ReTurnBelt.

Pros / Cons before testing

Simple to use, but requires good standing ability. The ReTurnBelt might offer enough support, as long as standing position can be held long enough. Good adjustment for lower-leg supports and rising ladder. Like the ReTurnBelt that can also be used during standing training, gait training and transfers. Low weight and easy to assemble and disassemble for transport and storage. Can also be used for auto transfers. Nice to have a transport bag. Only sell through dealers.

Pros / Cons after testing

We were not able to test this device because of difficulty arranging it with the manufacturer. See Molift Raiser.

Molift Raiser

Options

Raiser Strap+ safety strap with sliding function.

Pros / Cons before testing

Simple to use, but requires good standing ability. The Raiser Strap+ might offer enough support, as long as standing position can be held long enough. Good adjustment for lower-leg support, but not as padded as i7500i. Like the Strap+ that can also be used for manual transfers, standing training, gait training, and possibly for transfers from the floor. Low weight and easy to assemble and disassemble for transport and storage. Can also be used for auto transfers.

Pros / Cons after testing

His standing ability was not good enough to manage this lit. Although the Raiser Strap+ did help, he was not able to hold a standing position long enough. Also the lower-leg support did not have enough contour and support to hold his affected leg in place.

 

Handicare SystemRoMedic TurnSafe

Pros / Cons before testing

Small and easy to grab onto and manoeuvre. No supporting belt, and not safe enough.

Pros / Cons after testing

This device was not tested based on input from the manufacturer.

Etac Turner

Pros / Cons before testing

Small and easy to grab onto and manoeuvre. No supporting belt, and not safe enough.

Pros / Cons after testing

This device was not tested based on input from the manufacturer.

 

Contact information

Contactgegevens

Handicare Bathroom Safety B.V.
(transfers & tillen)
Weteringweg 9
2641 KM Pijnacker
Tel: 015 369 54 40
E-mail: info.LS@handicare.com
Web: http://www.handicare.com/nlHans Kummer, Customer Service
E-mail: hans.kummer@handicare.com
Etac Holland BV (Molift)
(Bathing & Toileting)
Tinweg 8
8445PD Heerenveen
Tel: +31 72 547 04 39
Email: info.holland@etac.com
Web: https://www.etac.com/nl-nl/Huib Ouwendijk, Account Manager
Mobile: Mobile: 06 31758593
E-mail: huib.ouwendijk@etac.com
Joerns Healthcare B.V. (Oxford / Hoyer)
Zeilschip 26
3991 CT Houten
Tel: +31 (0)306 363 700
E-mail: info@joerns.nlRegina Molenaar, Regio Sales Manager
Tel: +31 (0)30 6363700
Mobile:+31 (0)6 13205247
E-mail: zv@joerns.nl
ArjoHuntleigh Nederland BV
Biezenwei 21
4004 MB TIEL
Tel.: +31 344 640 800
E-mail:info.NL@ArjoHuntleigh.comLisanne Luiten, sales (fysiotherapeute)
E-mail: lisanne.luiten@getinge.com
Web: http://www.getinge.comLowie van Diën, Front Office medewerker
Tel: 0344 640 823
E-mail: lowie.van.dien@getinge.com
Hill-Rom (Liko) Amsterdam
Symphony Building - 22nd floor
Gustav Mahlerplein 93-95
Phone: +31 (0)20 3011 000 (does not work)
E--mail: info.nl@hill-rom.com
Web: http://www.hill-rom.com/internationalMw. van de Loo, Amsterdam marketing
Tel: 0625358929
Lopital Nederland B.V.
Laarakkerweg 9
5061 JR Oisterwijk
Tel: +31 13 5239300
E-mail: info@lopital.nl
Web: http://www.lopital.nlEd Neugebauer, Sales north
E-mail: ed.neugebauer@lopital.nl
Ivan Alvares, Sales east/south
E-mail: ivan.alvares@lopital.nl
United Care Products b.v.
Bremenweg 5
9723 TC Groningen
Tel: +31 (0)50 - 30 50 900
E-mail: info@unitedcare.nlElly Arbeider, Area Manager
Tel: 06-53 65 2619
E-mail: E.Arbeider@unitedcare.nl