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Bariatric Trapeze Bar with Stand

REORDER #:    10712
The Dynarex Bariatric Trapeze Bar with Stand is an overhead pull-up device designed to help bariatric patients shift positions in bed. Its durable steel construction features a two-piece design, tool-free assembly, and an adjustable chain. Ideal for long-term care facilities, homecare settings, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, and more.

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The Dynarex Bariatric Trapeze Bar with Stand was designed with your independence in mind. Ideal for bariatric individuals with limited lower-body mobility to safely shift themselves in bed, increasing comfort and preventing bed sores. Can also be used while performing upper-body or rehabilitative exercises. The overhead triangle grab-bar is attached to an adjustable chain and the comes with an adjustable bar height to suit a wide range of users. The free-standing device is made from durable steel for ultimate stability and features tool-free construction for easy assembly.
  • Designed to help individuals shift positions while in bed
  • Adjustable Chain
  • Has wheels for easier transport
  • Weight capacity of bar 700 lb. Can assist an individual ≤ 1000 lb.
Specifications
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Master Case UPC 616784071213  
Prop65 Warning Both
Adjustable Clamp (Y/N) No
Adjustable Height - (Y/N) No
Bariatric (Y/N) Yes
Contains Natural Rubber Latex (Y/N) No
TAA Compliant (Y/N) No
Rx Only (Y/N) No
DEHP Free (Y/N) Yes
Overall Height (Inches) 74.21
Overall Length (Inches) 52.36
Overall Weight (Pounds) 70
Overall Width (Inches) 43.3
Patient Weight 1000
Triangle Height (Inches) 10.63
Triangle Width (Inches) 13.58
Warranty Limited Lifetime
Weight Capacity (Pounds) 700
Spec - Arm Height (Inches) 74.2
Spec - Base Height (Inches) 52.36
Master Case Dimensions 31.9" W x 5.5" D x 54.8" H
Spec - Arm to Triangle Length (Inches) 24.21
Spec - Arm Width (Inches) 36.22
Spec - Base Length (Inches) 52.36
Spec - Base Width (Inches) 43.3
Individually Packed Product UPC 616784071213  
HCPCS Code E0912
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