CareCare IGS - Instant Grip Sock
The CareCare Instant Grip Sock minimizes the risk of slipping on dry floor surfaces and on slippery wet areas.
CareCare ISF Double Layer Instant Slide Film
An effective aid that eases the assistant’s work, activates the person being assisted and improves hygiene - opens up as a double layer from the roll - for transfers in bed/from bed.
CareCare TSF Transfer Slide Film
A convenient aid that eases the assistant’s work, activates the person being assisted and improves hygiene - opens up as a single layer from the roll - particularly for wheelchair transfers.
CareCare TSM Transfer Slide Mitt
A precision tool for improving positions, as well as a versatile aid for smaller transfers and the use of the TSF Transfer Slide Film.
CareCare RR Rolling Rack
A rolling rack for the CareCare ISF and TSF slide film rolls, as well as place for the CareCare 24 and CareCare TSM packages to be placed in bag holders.
What is a CareCare product?
A product near the patient transfer situation, which enables the patient to participate in the transfer and facilitate the nurse's work.Download brochure
How is the product used?
A sufficient amount of the slide film is dispensed from the rolling rack at the end of the patient’s bed. The patient-specific short life cycle transfer aid is stored in a Daily Store bag, which is attached to the bed.Browse products
Why choose a CareCare product?
When hygiene, the rehabilitation of the person being assisted and retaining the assistant’s capabilities, as well as ecological values, are important to you, you use CareCare products.Lighter movement; compairing draw-sheet and ISF -Instant Slide Film
Where can CareCare products be found?
Ask for more information: email@example.comQuote request
Takes care of the patient and the nurse
People behind the product
Chief Executive Director
Telephone: +358 50 524 7559
Telephone: +358 50 449 7585
The idea for facilitating care work arose from practical experience
For the last 30 years, the emphasis in nurses’ patient transfer training has been on working ergonomically. One of the obstacles on the way to better ergonomics in facilitative work is the underuse of aid equipment.
Aid equipment intended for patient transfers is usually not located close to the patients and has to be collected from storage premises. Because care work is often carried out in a hurry, aid equipment is not collected, even though the benefits of its use have been indisputably proven.