Studies have documented the effects of implementing VENDLET for the repositioning, moving and handling of bedridden clients.
Studies have focused on exploring the work health & safety for employees, the effects on patient comfort, the economic benefits and return on investment.
Overall, the results indicate that the VENDLET system has positive effects for caregivers and clients, and that the investment quickly pays itself back.
All studies in this category are conducted by independent entities such as scientists, research assistants or unbiased consultants.
Read more about the studies below.
Mechanic transfer improves work health and safety
A Danish evaluation has explored the effects of the VENDLET system.
This study compares manual and mechanic transfer methods.
Transfer without tissue damage
Use of the VENDLET system helps retain the clients skin integrity.
The study shows improved work health & safety and significant economic gains from using the VENDLET system at a French hospital.
Repositioning 24/7 with VENDLET
The study shows that the risk of pressure ulcers is decreased and that it is timesaving to use VENDLET.