SPINAL IMMOBILISATION

BaXstrap™ Spineboard

As a rescuer you want your spineboard to be comfortable for our patient, rigid and lightweight. Further you also want to store the board easily. The BaXstrap Spineboard provides this and is one of the lightest boards on the market. The contoured design allows the board to nest compactly. This unique feature also offers patients more comfort, making it less likely that they would move around and aggravate their injuries

HeadBed™ II Head Immobilization Device

The HeadBed II HID coupled with BaXstrap Spineboard and Stifneck Select Collar creates a system in which both the patient and the rescuer can benefit. This water-resistant, disposable head immobilizer provides superior immobilization and the best patient access possible.

Laerdal® Pedi-Pad Spineboard Pad

It's the foam, anti-skid pad that provides proper alignment on any spineboard! Pedi-Pad works for kids!

PadPack™ Alignment Pads

In most cases padding is necessary to maintain the cervical spine in neutral alignment during immobilization. Place a pad under the occiput of an adult to prevent extension and under the torso of a young child or infant to prevent flexion

SpeedBlocks® Head Immobilizer

SpeedBlocks offer a simple four-step process for application, a unique multi-axis blocks system to accommodate all head shapes and injury positions, and direct access to patient's ears for better communication and inspection

Stifneck® Extrication Collars

The original Stifneck with outstanding motion restriction and optimal sizing. Others may look like the Stifneck collar, but there's only one original. The only collar that gets rave peer reviews.

Stifneck® Select™ Collar

The Stifneck Select collar simplifies your job, saves space and provides outstanding immobilization. The quickest and easiest-to-use adjustable collar on the market. All you have to do is measure the patient, select the size, adjust and lock! By packing the Select, you’ll have more room in your bag for other equipment

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