Cervical collar is a common treatment option for neck injuries and some cases of neck pain. It provides powerful neck support, relieves tension, and ensures a healthy cervical curvature. Usually made of plexiglass or plastic, collars also feature a chin support to allow your neck muscles to relax. They quickly absorb sweat and keep your neck dry with breathable materials. Collars are also lightweight which ensure pain-free use.
An arm sling holds the forearm in a raised or horizontal position and can support an injured upper arm, forearm and wrist. It is ideal for those who need a comfortable support while recovering from a sprain, fracture and other injuries. The sling also helps to visually warn others if someone is injured.
The main purpose of a splint is to prevent movement of the broken bone. It significantly reduces pain, and prevents from further damage to muscles and blood vessels. It features elastic thumb loops to prevent your hand from getting tired. A splint is usually made of a durable polyester mesh to allow maximum air circulation and help you stay cool.
Emergency stretchers are used to transport a patient safely and quickly. Featuring a carrying bag for easy storage, the stretcher can be folded into a smaller size making it convenient to carry around for camping outdoor activities or sports. Two pockets on each side allow you to store long sticks if necessary. They are suitable for hospital, gymnasium, ambulance, emergency centers to carry the wounded.
How to use
Fold the Emergency Stretcher roughly into thirds. Check if the patient has spinal injuries. Once you get the permission to move them, roll them onto the folded Emergency Stretcher. Once the patient is in position, unfold it so that the webbing handles are either side of the patient.
When carrying a patient up and down, you can use the stretcher to hold the patient as if sitting in a chair.