Skil-Care PathoShield Gait Belts
Skil-Care PathoShield Gait Belts

Skil-Care PathoShield Gait Belts

Brand/Manufacturer: SKIL CARE CORP

Skil-Care PathoShield Gait Belts are designed for quick, effective disinfection to reduce the transmission of germs and viruses. These are strong and have two inches wide webbing which is coated with polyurethane for a smooth, non-absorbing surface. All the belts have a reliable Delrin side release buckle.

Item 914387 is backordered from the manufacturer and will ship once it becomes available.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
914387 60"L, Orange Each $1.50
914388 72"L, Orange Each $1.55
914380 60"L, Blue Each $1.55
914382 72"L, Blue Each $1.55
914376 60"L, Yellow Each $1.55
914378 72"L, Yellow Each $1.55
914377 60"L, Green Each $1.55
914379 72"L, Green Each $1.55


  • Skil-Care PathoShield Gait Belts are perfect for ambulation assistance
  • Liquid-proof, plastic-coated webbing disinfects with spray or wipe-on disinfectant
  • Sealed construction with no stitching, does not allow penetration of bacteria
  • Latex free

More Information

  • Purpose:
    -The Gait Belt is intended for use while lifting, ambulating or transferring patients
    - It is not to be used as a safety restraint in a chair or bed
    - Since the pathoshield gait belts minimize the risk of harboring pathogens, they are to be used in lieu of fabric gait belts when a reduced pathogen environment is desired
  • Use Instructions:
    - When an individual is at risk in ambulating without assistance gait belts should be used
    - The gait belt should be placed around the waist and when the buckle is closed the gait belt should fit snugly but not too tight to introduce patient discomfort
    - The Delrin side release buckles are secured by inserting the male end of the buckle into the female side
    - To release the buckle, simultaneously press the tabs at the top and bottom of the buckle
    - Before ambulating the patient make certain that the buckle is positioned out of reach of the patient
    - The patient should be ambulated by having the caregiver placing their hands through the belt palms up and grasping the belt
    - Before ambulating the resident, it should be confirmed that the number of caregivers and their ability is sufficient for ambulation without introducing risk to either the caregiver or patient
    - The belt should be inspected before each use to assure that it is not defective
  • Care Instructions:
    - These devices may be wiped clean with a mild disinfectant

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