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Patient Positioning Made Simple For Spinals And Epidurals

Wed, 07/20/2011 - 6:39am

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Replacing the staff or family member from holding the patient is safer, is more stable for the patient, frees up staff and makes the placement of the catheter easier, faster with less patient movement.

Old way

July 20, 2011

The Patient Positioning System (PPS) was designed to support and hold a patient during a spinal or Epidural.  Replacing the staff or family member from holding the patient is safer, is more stable for the patient, frees up staff and makes the placement of the catheter easier, faster with less patient movement.

Features include:

  • Patients remain safe and secure during procedure
  • Easily manipulated by staff, rolled into position and moved from patient to patient
  • Small foot print
  • Easy to clean and adjust
  • No pinch points
  • Holds patients securely in place with secure points for
    The Patient Positioning System (PPS) was designed to support and hold a patient during a spinal or Epidural. 

    New way

    patients face, arms and feet.
  • Medical Gel facerest and armrest pads for protection and comfort.
  • C-Arm friendly

For more information, visit www.mhpmedical.com

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