JP2011172898A - Lift for care - Google Patents

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JP2011172898A
JP2011172898A JP2010061566A JP2010061566A JP2011172898A JP 2011172898 A JP2011172898 A JP 2011172898A JP 2010061566 A JP2010061566 A JP 2010061566A JP 2010061566 A JP2010061566 A JP 2010061566A JP 2011172898 A JP2011172898 A JP 2011172898A
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[PROBLEMS] The present invention does not demand any burden on a cared person, does not give an unpleasant feeling of use, and is easy to operate with a simple structure. A nursing lift that can be used is provided.
A first arm that supports the vicinity of the back side of the neck of the cared person, a second arm that supports the back side of the cared person's knee, and the first arm and each end of the arm are fixed to the left and right ends. A connecting housing that protrudes and constitutes a U-shaped structure, an elevating body that moves the connecting housing up and down to raise and lower a care receiver supported by the U-shaped structure, a belt winder, and the like A base portion on which the driving device is mounted, a frame standing on the base portion and serving as a guide rail during traveling of the lifting body, one end is fixed to the left and right ends of the upper portion of the lifting body, and the other end is wound by the driving device. The care lift is composed of a belt that is taken or extended to raise and lower the lifting body, and a plurality of pulleys that support the running of the belt.
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  The present invention relates to a care lift that moves a cared person safely from a bed, and more particularly to a care lift that can move while holding the cared person.

While the number of care recipients is increasing with the declining birthrate and aging population, the term “care for the elderly” has come to be used frequently as the caregivers are aging. Moreover, injuries such as low back pain and muscular pain caused by holding a cared person frequently occur in the care workplace.
In view of the current situation, a person can lift and move a cared person in a safe manner, such as when making a bed, such as moving a cared person or replacing a sheet, instead of raising a person and caring for it. Many care devices (lifts) have been proposed and some have been put into practical use.
However, many of these nursing care devices (lifts) are provided by using several belts, sheets or nets as shown in, for example, Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2004-223078 and Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 8-336561. There is a problem that it is uncomfortable for the cared person because the belt is lifted and moved, and the belt bites into the body or both sides of the body are tightened with a sheet or a net.
Therefore, Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 6-14965 discloses an invention of a care lift that does not depend on a belt or a seat, such as “a free support portion of a cantilever laid horizontally on a support column, a side support band and a back portion. There is disclosed a care lift transfer device provided such that an upper mechanism having a support band, a thigh carrying part, and a lower attachment mechanism having a calf carrying part can be rotated and locked together.
This care lift transfer device is assumed to have a considerable weight because it has a complicated structure as described in the description of the embodiment as well as a battery. In addition,
As for the transfer work of the cared person using the lift transferring device for care, as shown in the description “(2) Standing the back side of the cage bed (FIG. 24)” in [0030] There is a problem that other caregivers are required if they must be awake and do not use a caddy bed.
And in this lift transfer device for care, the care recipient moves with the thigh and calf carried, that is, with the legs extended and the waist bent, so that [0034] Needing the help of a care recipient as described in “to allow handrail 10 to be gripped by hand (FIG. 28)”, and further described in [0033] “(5) Thigh resting part, calf” [0036] "Remove the calf support part while holding the foot (Figure 30)", [0037] "Pull the plunger for rotation of the attachment, "Rotate while supporting the cared person (Fig. 31)" describes the work by the caregiver's hands, reducing the burden on the cared person and the frequent work by the carer's hands There is a problem.

JP 2004-223078 A JP-A-8-336561 JP-A-6-14965

  In view of the above-described background art, the present invention does not require any burden on the cared person, does not give an uncomfortable feeling of use, is easy to operate with a simple structure, and can be used with peace of mind for the caregiver. Is intended to provide a lift.

The present inventor has solved the above problems by the following means.
(1) A care lift for moving a care receiver from a bed,
A first arm that supports the vicinity of the back side of the cared person's neck, a second arm that supports the back side of the cared person's knee, and the ends of the first arm and the second arm fixed to the left and right ends; A connecting housing for projecting and forming a U-shaped structure, and an elevating mechanism that moves the connecting housing up and down to raise and lower a care receiver supported by the U-shaped structure. A lift for nursing care.

(2) In the preceding item (1), a back support member for supporting the back part close to the cared person's neck is projected on the first arm that supports the vicinity of the back side of the cared person's neck. The lift for nursing care described.
(3) In the middle of the first arm that supports the back side of the cared person's neck, or on the left and right ends of the back support member that supports the back part close to the cared person's neck, on the left and right armpits of the cared person The lift for nursing care according to the above item (2), wherein an underarm support housing that is inserted and supports the underarm is protruded so as to be rotatable.
(4) Any one of the preceding items (1) to (3), wherein a headrest that supports the head of the cared person is protruded from the first arm that supports the back side of the neck of the cared person. A lift for nursing care as described in 1.

  (5) Any one of the preceding items (1) to (4), wherein either one or both of the first arm and the second arm is fixed so as to be slidable perpendicularly to the connecting housing. A lift for nursing care as described in 1.

(6) The connecting housing is formed of a cylindrical body divided into two on the left and right sides, and one of the cylindrical bodies is configured to be insertable inside the other cylindrical body, and the first arm and the first arm The care lift according to any one of (1) to (5) above, wherein an interval between the two arms can be adjusted according to the height of the care recipient.
(7) When the connecting housing supports the cared person and raises the lifting body with the first arm and the second arm that are projected and fixed to the connecting housing, the head of the cared person who is supported A rotating shaft is provided such that the side of the connecting rod protruding from the second arm is longer than the side of the first arm protruding so that the portion side is lifted; The lift for nursing care according to any one of (1) to (6) above, wherein the care lift is pivotally attached to the center of the lift.

  (8) The first arm is in contact with the back side of the cared person's neck, the second arm is in contact with the back side of the caregiver's knee, and the back support member is on the back of the cared person Any one of the preceding items (1) to (7), wherein a cushion is provided on a portion that abuts on the armpit and a portion on which the armpit support housing abuts on the armpit of the care recipient. Care lift.

(9) The back support member is provided with a safety belt that can be coupled to the left and right ends in front of the cared person's chest, according to any one of (2) to (8) above, Care lift.
(10) The back support member is slidably fixed to the first arm that supports the vicinity of the back side of the cared person's neck, and is any one of (2) to (9) above, Care lift.

  (11) An elevating mechanism that moves up and down a connecting housing that protrudes by fixing each end of the first arm and the second arm to the left and right ends, and moves up and down while mounting and holding the connecting housing. Body, a base portion on which a driving device such as a motor, a speed reducer, a belt winder, etc. is mounted, a frame standing on the base portion and serving as a guide rail when the elevating body travels, and left and right ends of the upper part of the elevating body One end is fixed, and the other end is composed of a belt that is wound or fed by the driving device to raise and lower the elevating body, and a plurality of pulleys that support the belt and change its traveling direction. The lift for nursing care according to any one of the preceding items (1) to (10), wherein:

  (12) The elevating body is provided with three pairs of wheels that run along the guide rails on both side surfaces thereof, and the pair of wheels disposed on the upper side is the front side of the frame that serves as the guide rails. The pair of wheels disposed in contact with the inner wall and disposed below are in contact with the inner wall on the back side of the frame body, and the pair of wheels disposed in the center portion are in contact with the inner wall on the side surface of the frame body. The lift for care according to (11) above, wherein the elevating body is moved up and down stably.

(13) The care lift according to (11) or (12) above, wherein the base of the elevating mechanism includes a leg portion having a caster and the care lift is movable.
(14) The care lift according to any one of (11) to (13) above, wherein a handle used when the care lift is moved is provided on both side surfaces of the frame.

The following effects can be exhibited by the care lift of the present invention.
<1> A care lift for moving the care receiver of the present invention from the bed includes a first arm that supports the vicinity of the back side of the neck of the care receiver, a second arm that supports the back side of the knee of the care receiver, Each end of the first arm and the second arm is fixed and protruded at the left and right ends, and a connection housing for constituting a U-shaped structure, and the connection housing is moved up and down to form a U-shape. Since it is comprised with the raising / lowering mechanism which raises / lowers the cared person supported by the shaped structure body, it can be supported and moved so that the cared person can be held by the first arm and the second arm. Without giving an unpleasant feeling of use, you can leave yourself in peace.

  <2> Since the back support member for supporting the back part close to the cared person's neck is projected on the first arm that supports the vicinity of the back side of the cared person's neck, the first arm and the second arm A headrest that supports the cared person's head is projected on the first arm that supports the back side of the cared person's neck and supports the back side of the cared person's neck. Therefore, the cared person can use it as if sitting on a chaise longue, and a better feeling of use can be obtained.

  <3> In the middle of the first arm that supports the back side of the neck of the cared person, or on the left and right ends of the back support member that supports the back part close to the neck of the cared person, on the left and right armpits of the cared person An armpit support housing that is inserted and supported to support the armpit is pivotably provided, and the back support member includes a safety belt that can be coupled to the left and right ends of the chest in front of the cared person's chest. Therefore, the support part of the cared person increases and the safety at the time of supporting and moving the cared person increases.

  <4> Since either one or both of the first arm and the second arm are fixed so as to be slidable perpendicularly to the connecting housing, the first arm and the second arm can be attached simultaneously or either one at a time. Whether it can be inserted into the back side of the neck of the cared person and the back side of the knee, so that the cared person who is supine lifts the neck or lifts the knee to create a space between the back of the knee and the bed. Can be used properly, saving labor for caregivers.

<5> The connecting housing is formed of a cylindrical body divided into two on the left and right sides, and any one of the cylindrical bodies is configured to be insertable inside the other cylindrical body. The distance between the arm and the second arm can be adjusted according to the height of the cared person.
(6) When the connecting housing supports the cared person and raises the lifting body with the first arm and the second arm projecting from and fixed to the connecting housing, the head of the cared person who supported the connecting car A rotating shaft is provided such that the side of the connecting rod protruding from the second arm is longer than the side of the first arm protruding so that the portion side is lifted; Since the cared person is supported by the first arm and the second arm attached to the connecting housing to raise the elevator, the cared person is Since the person's head side is lifted up naturally and the body looks as if it is seated on a chair, the cared person can entrust himself / herself with peace of mind.

<7> The first arm is in contact with the backside of the cared person's neck, the second arm is in contact with the back of the caregiver's knee, and the back support member is in the back of the cared person Since the cushions are provided on the portions that contact the arm and the armpit support housings that contact the armpit of the cared person, the care lift of the present invention softly contacts each part of the cared person, There is no discomfort.
In addition, since the back support member is provided with a safety belt that can be coupled to the two bent portions in front of the chest next to the cared person, the safety of the cared person during movement is ensured.

  <8> The elevating mechanism is equipped with a connecting housing in which the ends of the first arm and the second arm are fixed to the left and right ends, and is moved up and down, and a motor, a speed reducer, and a belt take-up A base on which a driving device such as a machine is mounted, a frame standing on the base and serving as a guide rail during traveling of the lifting body, and one end thereof being fixed to the left and right ends of the upper part of the lifting body, and the other end being the driving A belt that is wound up or drawn out by a device to raise and lower the elevating body and a plurality of pulleys that support the running of the belt, and includes a leg portion having a caster at the base portion; Since the handle used when moving the care lift is provided on both sides, the care lift can be handled easily and the burden on the caregiver can be reduced.

  <9> The elevating body includes three pairs of wheels that run along the guide rails on both side surfaces thereof, and the pair of wheels disposed above contact the front side inner wall of the guide rails. The pair of wheels disposed below abuts against the inner wall on the back side, and the pair of wheels disposed in the center abuts against the inner surface of the side wall of the guide rail, so that the lifting body stably moves up and down. Therefore, when the cared person is supported by the first arm and the second arm, even when the lifting body is tilted forward by the load, the lifting body can easily run, and Stable up and down movement is possible without blurring from side to side.

Care lift perspective view of one embodiment of the present invention Structure explanatory diagram of lifting mechanism Structure explanatory drawing around the U-shaped structure composed of the first arm, the second arm, and the connecting housing Explanatory drawing of how to use the care lift of one embodiment of the present invention Explanatory drawing of how to use the care lift of one embodiment of the present invention Explanatory drawing of how to use the care lift of one embodiment of the present invention

The form for implementing the lift for care of this invention is demonstrated based on the figure of the one Example.
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a lift for nursing care according to an embodiment of the present invention, FIG. 2 is an explanatory view of the structure of a lifting mechanism, and FIG. 3 is a U-shaped structure and its surroundings composed of a first arm, a second arm, and a connecting housing FIG. 4-1 to FIG. 4-3 are explanatory views of how to use the care lift of one embodiment of the present invention. In FIG. 3, the practice shows the position of the back support member, the headrest, the armpit support housing, and the second arm that supports the back side of the knee in the state where the care recipient is supported, and the dotted line indicates the back support member, the headrest, The position where the 2nd arm which supports the back side of the knee moves, and the position when the armpit support housing is detached from the armpit of the cared person are shown.
In the figure, 1 is a care lift, 2a is a first arm, 2b is a second arm, 3 is a connecting housing, 3a and 3b are cylindrical bodies, 3c is a rotating shaft, 3d is a mounting portion, and 4 is a back support member. 5 is a headrest, 6 is an armpit support housing, 7 is a lifting body, 8 is a base, 9 is a frame body, 10 is a guide rail, 11 is a belt, 12 is a pulley, 13 is a belt winder, 14 is a cushion, 15a, 15b and 15c are wheels, 16 is a leg, 17 is a caster, 18 is a handle, 19 is an operation switch, and 20 is an elevating mechanism.

As shown in the perspective view of FIG.
A first arm 2a for supporting the vicinity of the back side of the neck of the cared person, a second arm 2b for supporting the back side of the knee of the cared person, and ends of the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b at the left and right ends Are fixed and protruded, and the connecting housing 3 for constituting the U-shaped structure and the care receiver supported by the U-shaped structure are moved up and down by moving the connecting housing 3 up and down. It is comprised with the raising / lowering mechanism 20. FIG.
And the back support member 4 which supports the back part near the neck of the cared person is slidably projected on the first arm 2a supporting the back side vicinity of the cared person's neck, and the first arm 2a In the middle or on the left and right end portions of the back support member 4, armpit support housings 6 and 6 are rotatably provided so as to be sandwiched between the left and right armpits of the care recipient and support the armpits.
In FIG. 1, the back support member 4 is shown as a bar-like body bent in a U-shape, and the U-shaped bar-like body is inserted into a through-hole formed in the first arm. However, the present invention is not limited to this shape, and any method or means capable of realizing the action may be used.

  In the present invention, either one or both of the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b are fixed so as to be slidable perpendicularly to the connection housing 3. Therefore, in the embodiment shown in FIG. 3, only the second arm 2b supporting the back side of the knee of the cared person is slidably fixed to the mounting portion 3d provided at one end of the connection housing 3. An explanation of how to use the care lift 1 of the present invention, which will be described later, was made simple. Accordingly, both the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b may be slidably fixed, or only the first arm 2a may be fixed slidably. In short, the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b of the care lift 1 of the present invention can be inserted into and removed from the back side of the neck of the cared person and the back side of the knee with less burden on the carer. Anything is acceptable.

  The connecting housing 3 is composed of cylindrical bodies 3a and 3b divided into two left and right sides (in FIG. 1, a square tubular shape), and one of the cylindrical bodies 3a and 3b ( For example, 3a) is configured to be inserted inside the other cylindrical body (for example, 3b), and the distance between the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b can be adjusted according to the height of the cared person. . In addition, after adjusting the length of the said connecting housing 3 according to the height of a care receiver, it cannot be overemphasized that the fixing means is provided so that both the inserted cylindrical bodies 3a and 3b may not detach | leave.

The first arm 2a is in contact with the vicinity of the back side of the neck of the care recipient, the second arm 2b is in contact with the back of the knee of the care recipient, and the back support member 4 is further provided with the care receiver. The armpit support housings 6 and 6 are respectively provided with cushions 14 at the portions that abut against the back of the person, and at the portions that abut against the armpit of the cared person, and when the care lift 1 is attached to the cared person While reducing the burden on the cared person, secure safety when moving the cared person by providing a safety belt that can be coupled to the two bent parts of the back support member 4 in front of the chest next to the cared person Yes.
Although FIG. 1 shows a care lift 1 that supports the care recipient by inserting the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b from the right side of the care receiver, the care lift 1 that supports the care receiver from the left side. Therefore, countermeasures such as changing the angle at which the first arm 2a is fixed to the connection housing 3 can be taken into consideration and prepared.

As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the elevating mechanism 20 includes a first arm 2 a that supports the vicinity of the back side of the neck of the cared person and a second arm 2 b that supports the back side of the knee of the cared person. A lifting and lowering body 7 that moves up and down by attaching and holding a connecting housing 3 with each end fixed to the left and right ends, a base 8 on which a driving device such as a motor, a speed reducer, and a belt winder 13 is mounted, and the base 8, one end of the frame 9 that is the guide rails 10 and 10 when the elevating body 7 travels and the left and right ends of the upper part of the elevating body 7 are fixed, and the other end is wound up by the driving device. Or it is comprised by the belt 11 extended and the said raising / lowering body 7 up and down, and the some pulley 12 which supports driving | running | working of this belt 11. As shown in FIG.
And the said raising / lowering body 7 protrudes in the center of the front surface, and the shaft body which mounts | wears with the said connection housing | casing 3 so that rotation is possible is carried out, The three pairs of wheels which run along the said guide rails 10 and 10 on the side surface A pair of wheels 15a provided with 15a, 15b, 15c and disposed on the upper side abuts against the front side inner wall of the guide rails 10 and 10, and a pair of wheels 15b disposed on the lower side abuts on the rear side inner wall. The lifting body 7 is designed to move up and down in a stable manner so that the pair of wheels 15c disposed in the central portion run against the inner surface of the side wall of the guide rail 10.

  The base 8 is provided with leg portions 16 having casters 17 and handles 18 are provided on both side surfaces of the frame body 9 to facilitate movement.

Next, the structure and operation of the lifting mechanism 20 of the care lift 1 of the present invention will be described with reference to FIG.
The elevating mechanism 20 is erected on the elevating body 7 projecting a shaft body that rotatably mounts the connecting housing 3 (not shown) at the center of the front surface, and the base 8 of the care lift 1. A lifting body 7 that moves up and down along the left and right guide rails 10 and 10 provided on the frame body 9, and one end thereof is fixed to the upper left and right ends of the lifting body 7. And two belts 11 attached to a belt winder 13 mounted on the base 8 via two sets of pulleys 12 provided in the base 8, and the belt winder 13 are connected to a speed reducer. And a motor (not shown) that is driven via the motor.
The side surface of the elevating body 7 is covered by a pair of wheels 15c that rotate in contact with the inner side of the left and right side walls of the frame body 9, and the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b to prevent left and right shaking. When the caregiver is supported, considering that the lifting body 7 is tilted forward by the load and moves up and down, the upper side of both side surfaces is in contact with the inner walls on the front side of the guide rails 10 and 10. A rotating wheel 15a is provided below and a wheel 15b that rotates in contact with the inner walls on the back side of the guide rails 10 and 10 is provided below.
In this lifting mechanism, when the motor is controlled by the operation switch 19 mounted on the side surface of the frame body 9, the belt hoisting machine 13 is operated to wind or unwind the belt 11, and the lifting body 7 is raised or lowered.

The usage method of the care lift 1 of this invention is demonstrated based on FIGS. 4-1 to 4-3.
To move a cared person from a state of lying on the bed to a wheelchair or the like and sit down, follow the procedure below.
a. First, the elevating body 7 of the care lift 1 according to the present invention is lowered to a position where a shaft projecting at the center portion thereof and serving as a rotation shaft of the connecting housing 3 is at the height of the substantially upper surface of the bed. The connecting housing 3 is kept substantially horizontal. The connecting rod 3 is rotatably attached to the shaft so that the side on which the second arm 2b is fixed is longer than the side on which the first arm 2a is fixed. In order to keep the body 3 substantially horizontal, it is preferable to provide the lifting body 7 with some means for preventing the connecting housing 3 from rotating.
As shown by a dotted line in FIG. 3, the portion of the back support member 4 that comes into contact with the back of the cared person is in a position in contact with the first arm 2 a, and the armpit support housings 6, 6 are It moves to a position parallel to the first arm 2a.
The second arm 2b supporting the back side of the knee of the cared person can be used when the means for keeping the connecting housing 3 almost horizontal cannot be taken, or when the cared person himself / herself is between the back side of the knee and the bed. If necessary, such as when the space that supports the back side of the knee cannot be held, it moves in the direction of detachment from the back of the cared person via the mounting portion 3d provided on the terminal of the connection housing 3. Let me. Further, it goes without saying that the insertion degree of both cylindrical bodies 3a and 3b of the connecting housing 3 is adjusted and fixed so that the distance between the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b matches the height of the cared person. .
The care lift 1 that has completed the above preparation is moved to the side of the bed on which the care recipient lies.

b. The caregiver's knee is lifted by the caregiver to bring the caregiver's ankle closer to the buttocks, and a space is provided between the back side of the caregiver's knee and the bed. The caregiver lifted the caregiver's head 1 while keeping the connection housing 3 substantially horizontal, and the caregiver lifted the head of the caregiver and occurred on the back side of the neck of the caregiver and the back of the knee. In the space, the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b are arranged so that the portions of the cushions 14 and 14 provided on the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b are respectively near the back side of the neck of the cared person and the back side of the knee. The care lift 1 is inserted by being advanced to the contact position [FIG. 4A (a)].
In addition, when the care receiver himself can perform both or both of the operation of bringing the ankle closer to the buttocks and the operation of lifting the neck, it is preferable to perform the operation by himself.
When the attachment of the care lift 1 to the cared person is completed, the means for holding the level of the connecting housing 3 is released.

c. Next, by lifting the lifting body 7 slightly, the first arm 2a side of the connection housing 3 is lifted, and the portion of the back support member 4 that contacts the back of the cared person is moved to the cared person's back. The back 14 is supported by the cushion 14 provided there, and at the same time, the headrest 5 is positioned on the occipital region of the cared person so that the occipital region can be supported [FIG. 4 (b)].
If the cared person is unable to hold a space between the back side of the knee and the bed by himself and has moved the second arm 2b away from the back side of the knee in the preparation stage, A person lifts the knee of the cared person and moves and inserts the second arm 2b to the back side of the knee of the cared person.
d. Lift both hands of the cared person and rotate the two armpit support housings 6 and 6 to insert them under the armpit [FIG. 4-2 (c)].
At this time, a safety belt (not shown) provided on the two bent portions of the back support member 4 may be coupled in front of the chest of the care recipient to ensure safety during movement. preferable.

e. The motor is driven by the operation switch 15 to raise the elevating body 7 and lift the cared person from the bed. At this time, the connecting housing 3 is rotatably attached to the lifting body 7 so that the side on which the second arm 2b is fixed is longer than the side on which the first arm 2a is fixed. When 7 rises, the head of the cared person is lifted and becomes a body shape as if sitting on a chair [FIG. 4-2 (d)]. In addition, the U-shaped structure composed of the first arm 2a, the second arm 2b, and the connection housing 3 that supports the care recipient is not excessively rotated so that the care recipient is not worried. It is also preferable that a stopper that abuts against the lower surface of 3 and prevents excessive rotation is provided on the elevating body 7.
In this state, the handle 18 is pushed and the care lift 1 is moved to the destination by the casters 17 provided on the legs 16.

  f. At the destination, the lifting body 7 is lowered and the cared person is seated on a wheelchair or the like [FIG. 4-3 (e)], and the armpit support housings 6 and 6 are horizontally rotated to be detached from the armpits. Lift lift 1 back. In addition, when the safety belt is coupled in front of the cared person's chest, it goes without saying that the safety belt is removed, and the cared person is moved prior to the second arm 2b being retracted. It may also be performed as needed to leave the back of the knee.

When moving a caregiver from a state of sitting on a wheelchair or the like to the bed, follow the procedure below.
g. A care lift 1 is disposed on the side of a cared person seated in a wheelchair or the like. At this time, the armpit support housings 6 and 6 are in a position parallel to the first arm 2a that supports the underside of the neck, and the second arm 2b that supports the back side of the knee of the cared person is the second arm. If the back side of the cared person's knee cannot be worn at the same time as the first arm 2a, 2b is moved in a direction to be detached from the cared person's knee via the attachment part 3d provided on the terminal of the connector 3. Keep it. In addition, the insertion state of the cylindrical bodies 3a and 3b of the connection housing 3 is adjusted and fixed so that the distance between the first arm 2a and the second arm 2b matches the height of the cared person.

h. The elevator 7 is lowered, and the second arm 2b that supports the back side of the knee is placed at the height of the neck of the cared person on which the first arm 2a that supports the back side of the neck mounted on the connection housing 3 is seated. The care lift 1 is advanced in a state where the connection housing 3 is inclined so as to be in the position of the caregiver's knee, and the portion of the cushion 14 provided on the first arm 2a is on the back side of the neck of the care recipient. It inserts so that the part of the cushion 14 provided in the 2nd arm 2b may contact | abut to the back side of a care receiver's knee, respectively.
If necessary, the portion of the back support member 4 that abuts the back of the cared person and the position of the headrest 5 are adjusted, and the two armpit support housings 6 and 6 are rotated to provide the cared person. Insert under the armpit. At this time, it is preferable that safety belts provided at the two bent portions of the back support member 4 are coupled in front of the cared person's chest to ensure safety during movement.
In addition, when the inclination of the connection housing 3 is not sufficiently obtained and the second arm 2b cannot be inserted into the back side of the care receiver at the same time as the first arm 2a, the second arm 2b is previously After moving the caregiver's knee in the direction away from the back side, the first arm 2a is brought into contact with the vicinity of the back side of the neck of the cared person, and then the knee of the cared person is lifted to the caregiver's knee. What is necessary is just to respond | correspond by inserting the 2nd arm 2b moved to the direction which detaches | leaves from a back side until the cushion 14 part contact | abuts to the back side of a knee of a care receiver.

i. The motor is driven by the operation switch 15 to raise the elevating body 7 and lift the cared person from a wheelchair or the like. In this state, the handle 18 is pushed to move the care lift 1 to the side of the bed and lift the cared person. After being positioned above the bed, the elevating body 6 is lowered to move the care recipient onto the bed.
j. In the state until the cared person's buttocks sits on the bed and takes a supine posture, the lowering of the elevating body 7 is temporarily stopped, and the armpit support housings 6 and 6 are placed in a position parallel to the front first arm 2a. To the position where the back support member 4 is in contact with the back of the cared person to the position where it comes into contact with the first arm 2a. After preventing the back support member 4 from being caught between the back and the bed, the elevating body 7 is lowered to cause the care receiver to lie on the bed and the care lift 1 is retracted.
When the safety belt is coupled in front of the cared person's chest, the safety belt should not be removed first, and the second arm 2b can be cared for before the care lift 1 is retracted. The separation from the back of the person's knee may also be performed as necessary.

  By the above procedure, the cared person can move the cared person without feeling safe and uncomfortable, and the carer does not spend much effort.

1: Lift for care 2a: 1st arm 2b: 2nd arm 3: Connection housing 3a, 3b: Cylindrical body 3c: Rotating shaft 3d: Mounting part 4: Back support member 5: Headrest 6: Underarm support housing 7 : Lifting body 8: Base part 9: Frame body 10: Guide rail 11: Belt 12: Pulley 13: Belt winder 14: Cushion 15a, 15b, 15c: Wheel 16: Leg part 17: Caster 18: Handle 19: Operation switch 20: Lifting mechanism

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  1. A care lift that moves a caregiver from a bed,
    A first arm (2a) that supports the vicinity of the back side of the neck of the cared person, a second arm (2b) that supports the back side of the cared person's knee, and the first arm (2a) and the second arm on the left and right ends. Each end of the arm (2b) is fixed and protruded, and a connecting housing (3) for forming a U-shaped structure and the connecting housing (3) are moved up and down to form a U-shape. A care lift comprising: a lifting mechanism (20) that lifts and lowers a care receiver supported by a structure.
  2.   The back support member (4) for supporting the back part close to the cared person's neck is protruded from the first arm (2a) for supporting the vicinity of the back side of the cared person's neck. The lift for nursing care according to 1.
  3.   In the middle of the first arm (2a) that supports the back side of the neck of the cared person or the left and right ends of the back support member (4) that supports the back part close to the neck of the cared person, The lift for nursing care according to claim 2, wherein the armpit support housing (6, 6) is inserted between the armpits of the armature and supports the armpits so as to be rotatable.
  4.   The headrest (5) which supports a cared person's head is protrudingly provided in the 1st arm (2a) which supports the back side of a cared person's neck, The any one of Claims 1-3 characterized by the above-mentioned. A lift for nursing care as described in 1.
  5.   One or both of the first arm (2a) and the second arm (2b) are fixed so as to be slidable perpendicularly to the connecting housing (3). A lift for nursing care according to claim 1.
  6.   The connecting housing (3) is composed of a cylindrical body (3a, 3b) divided into two on the left and right, and either one of the cylindrical bodies (3a, 3b) (3a or 3b) is already present. It is configured to be inserted inside one cylindrical body (3b or 3a), and the distance between the first arm (2a) and the second arm (2b) can be adjusted according to the height of the cared person. The care lift according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein:
  7.   A connecting housing (3) supports the cared person by the first arm (2a) and the second arm (2b) which are projected and fixed to the connecting housing (3), and the lifting body (7) When the arm is lifted, the side of the connecting rod (3) where the second arm (2b) protrudes is longer than the side where the first arm (2a) protrudes so that the head side of the cared person being supported is lifted The rotating shaft (3c) is provided as described above, and the rotating shaft (3c) is pivotally attached to the center of the elevating body (7). The lift for care of any one of claim | item 1 -5.
  8.   The back support member (4) is further provided at a portion where the first arm (2a) abuts near the back side of the neck of the care recipient, and at a portion where the second arm (2b) abuts the back side of the knee of the care recipient. A cushion is provided on a portion where the armpit abuts on the back of the cared person, and further on the portion where the armpit support housing (6, 6) abuts on the armpit of the cared person. The lift for nursing care according to any one of 7 above.
  9.   The back support member (4) is provided with a safety belt that can be coupled in front of the cared person's chest at the left and right ends thereof, for nursing care according to any one of claims 2 to 8. lift.
  10.   The back support member (4) is slidably fixed to a first arm (2a) that supports the vicinity of the back side of the neck of the cared person, according to any one of claims 2 to 9. Care lift.
  11.   An elevating mechanism (20) for moving up and down a connecting housing (3) that protrudes with the ends of the first arm (2a) and the second arm (2b) fixed to the left and right ends, (3) A lifting body (7) that moves up and down while holding it, a base (8) on which a driving device such as a motor, a speed reducer, and a belt winder (13) is mounted, and a base (8) One end is fixed to the left and right ends of the frame (9) which is provided and serves as a guide rail (10, 10) during travel of the lifting body (7), and the other end is the driving device. A belt (11) that is wound or unwound by the belt to move the elevating body (7) up and down, and a plurality of pulleys (12) that support the belt (11) and change its traveling direction. The lift for care of any one of Claims 1-9 characterized by these.
  12.   The elevating body (7) is provided with three pairs of wheels (15a, 15b, 15c) traveling along the guide rails (10, 10) on both side surfaces thereof, and a pair of wheels disposed above. (15a) abuts against the inner wall on the front side of the frame (9) to be the guide rails (10, 10), and a pair of wheels (15b) disposed below the inner wall on the back side of the frame (9) The pair of wheels (15c) arranged in contact with each other and run in contact with the inner wall of the side surface of the frame (9) so that the elevating body (7) moves up and down stably. The lift for care of Claim 11 characterized by these.
  13.   The base (8) of the elevating mechanism (20) comprises a leg (16) having casters (17) and is capable of moving a care lift (1). Care lift.
  14.   The lift for care according to any one of claims 11 to 13, wherein a handle (18) used for moving the lift for care is provided on both sides of the frame (9).
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