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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of sololift

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of sololift:
/sowlowlɪft/

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  1. with SoloLift PT detaches client from SoloLift by unhooking SoloVest.
  2. Peggy Amler MA, OT/L: I did find transferring from the SoloLift back into the wheelchair
  3. of view. The SoloLift is front-loading, so it makes it very easy to do a transfer. And
  4. Carol Chiulli, PT: I would feel comfortable transferring a consumer with the SoloLift
  5. career and it's not always easy. That's why I'm so excited about the SoloLift. You've
  6. SoloLift is the SoloVest. Instead of a collection of straps and slings, your client actually
  7. There are a lot of different ways to use the SoloLift and you're about to see two of the
  8. Just thirty inches wide, the SoloLift can pass through standard doorways. Legs extend
  9. From there, Rifton's SoloLift does all the work. With the easy to use hand-pendant, one
  10. Now 350 pounds). We've tested the SoloLift for toughness, so it will work reliably for
  11. nearby toilet. The SoloLift's above-the-waist design lets you arrange clothing while the
  12. The Rifton SoloLift makes it fast and comfortable to transfer from a wheelchair to forward standing
  13. Watch how smooth the process is with the SoloLift. The client's feet can stay in constant contact
  14. SoloLift rolls right up to the chair. Small and compact, there is nothing intimidating
  15. about Rifton's SoloLift.
  16. The SoloLift does the rest of the work.
  17. And once the saddle is adjusted the SoloLift gently lowers the client into the hip and
  18. arm prompts. Then, just unhook the vest and the SoloLift is out of the way in seconds.
  19. ensure good positioning when using the SoloLift to transfer a client into a wheelchair.
  20. And while we're talking about wheelchairs, note that the legs on the SoloLift expand