MySling HighBack (clip)
The MySling HighBack provides full body support
Why choose the MySling HighBack (clip)?
The MySling HighBack (clip) is suitable for those with limited mobility also requiring a degree of head support. The through-leg design provides an aperture space for hygienic toileting needs.
Designed to be compatible with most leading brands of hoist.
Available in clipped and looped fixings.
About the MySling range
As long as the sling is not visibly damaged, it is safe to use indefinitely helping you make significant savings compared to disposable slings. RipStop technology makes our slings safe to use when wet and can even be spot cleaned. The fabric’s unique and strong design means that each MySling can last for the entire duration of a patient’s stay, thereby simplifying management of sling stock and reducing costs.
Options include a looped attachment or keyhole clip fixing. Both options exceed all safety and quality standards and are compatible with most of the leading hoist brands.
MySling has a safe working load of up to 300kg and the XXL sizes have a safe working load of up to 500kg (78 stone)!
Laboratory testing does not always guarantee safety in the real world, which is why our disposable slings feature a threaded mesh to prevent tearing during use.
Our RipStop fabric prevents tearing or splitting caused by:
MySling fabric can be soaked and spot cleaned with detergents to extend the life of the sling and maintain cleanliness. However, as a disposable product, MySling is not designed to be machine washed. Should this happen, the wash indicator becomes visible indicating that the sling must not be used.
Our slings are available from Paedriatric to Plus Size sizes. Colour coded seams provide a visual aid to help identify the sling size. Also each sling has a unique serial code making it traceable.
How to order
If you are interested in purchasing this product, please get in touch using this form, or by calling us directly on 0300 303 4790 or if you are calling from the Republic of Ireland 01 633 2020