WendyLett2Way - Sliding Drawsheet Sideways
SystemRoMedic™ – WendyLett2Way:
For easy and comfortable turning of users
WendyLett2Way is a drawsheet made of a material which is adapted to WendyLett base sheet so that sliding down in bed is much reduced. WendyLett2Way is available in two colours: white or white with narrow grey stripes, and in several sizes. Sliding takes place sideways, along the direction of the stripes.
A drawsheet to be combined with WendyLett base sheet
WendyLett2Way is placed on top of a WendyLett base sheet. The combination of these two WendyLett sheets makes it easy for the caregiver to turn the user sideways in the direction of the stripes.
Fold the edge of the drawsheet and fill your hand with fabric, creating a good, strong ergonomic grip. Work methodically, using straight arms and leaning or stepping backwards to create a sliding transfer sideways. Then turn the user.
After turning, the gliding movement can be inhibited by bedding WendyLett2Way in under the mattress on both sides of the bed.
The WendyLett family consists of three different WendyLett sheets
- WendyLett is a satin sliding sheet and a base sheet to be combined with
- WendyLett2Way, a drawsheet for sliding sideways or
- WendyLett4Way, a sliding drawsheet for multi-directional sliding.
A comfortable functional material
The WendyLett sheets are made of a mixed material fabric. Wonderful, smooth cotton provides for comfort while strong and smart polyester ensures functionality and durability. The quality of the fabric is continuously and carefully monitored with regards to strength, durability, burls, washing properties and non-inflammability.
Communicating and self-instructing design
The colours and patterns of the fabric in the WendyLett sliding and drawsheets are designed to indicate the function of the sheet and thereby also the needs of the user. White and grey stripes and checked patterns communicate in which direction sliding is facilitated and how the sheet should be used. The design also makes the sheets easy to distinguish in the laundry. And, on top of this, the WendyLett sheets look really good.
A transfer aid which prevents pressure-related sores
Using WendyLett, small transfers, turning and positioning of users in bed can be performed without friction and shearing damage of the skin of the user. The sheets are made of a very fine material and can favourably be placed on top of a pressure-relieving mattress without compromising the pressure-relieving properties of the mattress. In order to provide the user with maximum comfort, wa have also eliminated all seams across the sheets and made the joint seams of different functional materials really flat and low.