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Sovereign™ – a complete system for the assisted bathing cycle with seat lift and contoured base. The Sovereign has a unique contoured interior and an innovative shape that provides good support under the knees. The design of this resident/ patient hygiene system, in combination with its reclining comfort seat, provides residents/ patients with reduced torso strength and the right level of support and stability, while also providing the ideal water depth for an enjoyable bath.
The Sovereign provides a comfortable environment for assisted bathing, and also enables many semi-dependent residents/ patients to rediscover the pleasures of bathing in private, thereby improving resident/ patient wellness. For assisted bathing, the handheld control unit for height adjustment and the built-in seat lift means safe, ergonomically sound procedures without the risks associated with manual handling, such as back injuries. A single caregiver can efficiently carry out assisted bathing sessions alone. The Sovereign's built-in seat lift makes safe, independent bathing available to a wider range of residents /patients, freeing up staff for other duties.
The best solution for assisted bathing is a height-adjustable bath fitted with a transfer seat unit. ArjoHuntleigh active lifts play an integral role in transfers to and from the Sovereign seat lift.
The Sovereign is fully WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme)-approved.
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