Disposable Slings

Disposable High Back Sling

High-Back Sling

The disposable high-back slings are designed to be applicable to a range of user sizes. One size fits most slings allow for more convenient size stocking on unit shelves. These seated style slings can be used multiple times with the same patient and should not be laundered.


Compatible With: Aerial, Denali and most loop and hook style dependent patient lifts.
Maximum Patient Weight: 600 lbs. (272 kg.)

Disposable Repositioning Sling

Repositioning Sling

The disposable repositioning sling is made of a breathable poly/cotton material designed to increase skin safety and remain under a patient. This repositioning sling assists with turning, boosting and transferring users in a laying position. These slings can be used multiple times with the same patient and should never be laundered.


Compatible With: Aerial, Denali and most loop and hook style dependent patient lifts.
Std Dimensions: 66″ L x 42″ W (167.5 cm. x 106.5 cm.)
Std Maximum Patient Weight: 1000 lbs. (453.5 kg.)
Long Dimensions: 84″ L x 42″ W (213.5 cm. x 106.5 cm.)
Long Maximum Patient Weight: 1000 lbs. (453.5 kg.)
Bariatric Dimensions: 84″ L x 48″ W (213.5 cm. x 122 cm.)
Bariatric Maximum Patient Weight: 1200 lbs. (544.5 kg.)

Stand Assist Sling

Stand Assist Slings

Our disposable mutli-use belt sling is designed to move a patient easily and comfortably. Composed of breathable material, this sling has a unique ‘Sling Management System’ which adapts to electronic inventory management systems minimizing the guesswork in sling size selection. This sling incorporates a non-slip padded back panel and a multi-loop adjustable interface. Maximum patient weight is 500 pounds.

Stand Assist Slings Specifications

Compatible With: Summit and any lift utilizing a loop-style sling.
Fits Waist Size: 30″-44″ (76 cm.-112 cm)
Maximum Patient Weight: 500 lbs. (227 kg.)

How It Works

Ensure that the patient is centered correctly on the sling.

Wy’East slings are compatible with most loop and hook style patient lifts.

Adjust or transfer the patient safely and smoothly.

Related Product


Denali 600: Power-Driven Mobile Lift

Power-drive and independent mast/sling bar controls make this lift the only one of its kind on the market.


Summit: Mechanical Sit-To-Stand

The removable footplate makes this a 2-in-1 device. It can be utilized for patient transfers or ambulation activities.


Aerial: Maximum Assist Mobile Lift

A diverse lift, it can perform patient transfers, floor recovery as well as patient ambulation when using a walking sling.


Patient Sling Compatibility Statement

Slings from Wy’East Medical are routinely used on lift equipment that is not manufactured by Wy’East Medical. Read our Compatibility Statement.

Important Notice

The patient to be transferred must be assessed by a qualified professional before attempting to lift and transfer.

Before using the sling, familiarize yourself with the proper method of sling attachment and lift operation. You can find this information in the operator’s manual provided with your lift system.

Inspect the sling carefully before each use. If fraying, seam separation, or other damage is visible or suspected, dispose of it immediately and replace it with a new sling.

Finally, never exceed the weight limitations of your lift or sling, as serious harm to the patient or caregiver may result.

Wy’east Medical

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Office: (503) 657-3101
Toll-Free: (800) 255-3126
Fax: (503) 657-6901

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PO Box 1625
16700 SE 120th Avenue
Clackamas, OR 97015

About Wy’East Medical

A privately-held company, Wy’East Medical is a leader in SPHM products for healthcare ergonomics and has been offering state-of-the-art Safe Patient Handling equipment to hospitals and healthcare facilities since 1989.

Wy’East houses both its corporate offices and 21st century manufacturing facilities in Clackamas, Oregon, a suburb of Portland, with full access to shipping providers for both national and international destinations.

Safe Patient Handling equipment from Wy’East Medical are used in one out of three healthcare facilities in the United States.

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