Product information

The turning sheet is mounted on the VENDLET system’s two motorized bars with velcro. Then roll the turning sheet onto the bar until the red line is in the middle of the bed. The VENDLET system is now ready for use. The turning sheet is mounted after the sliding sheet is attached to the mattress and bed frame.

Change sheet

The turning sheet is handled like a regular sheet, and can be changed as often as needed. When the turning sheet is to be changed, it is simply unwound from the bar using the hand control, whereafter the sheet can be removed from the Velcro on the bar. A new turning sheet must be mounted before the VENDLET system can be used again.

Durable quality

The turning sheet is made of 100% pure cotton with a high wear resistance and is OEKO-TEX certified

Sizes

The 350 cm turning sheet fits a mattress width of 80 - 110 cm.
The 400 cm turning sheet fits a mattress width of 110 – 130 cm.



Videos
Mounting a turning sheet on VENDLET V5S Mounting a turning sheet on VENDLET V5S

Watch how to mount the turning sheet on the VENDLET V5S and Bari.

Changing the sheet on an occupied bed with VENDLET V5S Changing the sheet on an occupied bed with VENDLET V5S

This video demonstrates how you change the turning sheet while the client is still in bed with the VENDLET V5S, V5S Speed Adjust, and Bari.

Cleaning

The turning sheet is made of cotton and should be changed and washed like a regular sheet. Cotton shrinks when washed. Up to 4% shrinkage must be expected.

FAQ
What is the VENDLET?

The VENDLET is an electrical turning system that is used during the repositioning, the transferring, and the turning of a bedridden client accommodated at nursing homes, care homes, hospitals, and other institutions. The VENDLET is mostly used for clients who suffer from some degree of mobility limitations or have limited cognitive resources. 

The VENDLET can also be referred to as a patient transfer aid or a patient positioning system. You might also have heard it in reference to assistive technology, rehabilitation, bariatric and obesity issues as well as mobility aids. 

Who are the targeted groups of a powered turning aid? 

There are two target groups meant for this assistive device; 1) caregivers and 2) clients and patients. Both groups have reasons as to why they would benefit from an electrical turning system. 

The client and patient group can be further subcategorized into four groups. This is supported by a research project by The Danish Technological Institute. Those four subcategories are:

  1. Clients who suffer from diseases causing limited mobility such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease, Cerebral Palsy (CP), ALS, paralysis, muscular dystrophy, and more.
  2. Psychiatric clients or clients with limited cognitive resources causing diseases such as dementia, anxiety, or BPSD, or other cliental groups who showcase aggressive behavior. 
  3. Clients affected by pain such as cancer patients, terminally ill clients, or clients with multiple fractures. 
  4. Bariatric clients. 

The research project recommends that you look at a guideline before determining whether or not your client would benefit from using a patient turning aid. You can see a guideline here

 

Is it possible to change the sheet on the VENDLET?

The answer might seem obvious to people, who already know the VENDLET, but our team is often asked this question. The answer is yes. The sheet can be changed (watch the video to see how). The sheet must be changed as often as a regular sheet, and it can also be changed while the client lies in the bed. 

Do I risk accidentally rolling the client out of the bed when using a turning system?

Some caregivers fear that they will accidentally roll the client out of the bed when using the patient transfer aid and that they will land on the floor. However, there is no need to be worried about that. For that to happen, you would have to be extremely inattentive and continue to press the button even though the client would protest as they would reach the side rail. Furthermore, it would usually take an extra push for the client to roll past the bar as their weight would lower them into the mattress. 

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Turning sheet w velcro

This durable cotton sheet must be mounted on the VENDLET before the system can be used.

The turning sheet with Velcro must be used with:

  • VENDLET V5S
  • VENDLET V5S Speed Adjust
  • VENDLET Bari

and all previous VENDLET models.

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