Leader in Pressure Injury Prevention
WAFFLE® Brand Products have been used effectively for pressure injury prevention for more than a decade.
Preventing pressure injuries on the heels is critical for good patient care
It is widely documented that the heel is the second most common site for pressure injuries. A prevalence study conducted over a 16-year period revealed that heel ulcers accounted for 34% of all PIs in bedridden patients. And 41% of all deep tissue injuries also manifest on the heel. But, why?
Non-powered Reactive Air Support Surfaces
Quite simply, a reactive support surface can change its load distribution properties only in response to an applied load. Pressure is redistributed based on body movements, so patients are literally floating on air.
Stopping Pressure Injuries Before They Start Makes Good Sense…Cents
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. While Ben Franklin probably wasn’t referring to pressure injuries, he was spot on! And with an estimated 9 to 11 billion dollars spent annually in the US, pressure injuries are kind of a big deal. Patients entering facilities looking for care shouldn’t leave with additional hospital-acquired conditions. Avoiding the avoidable makes good sense.
Cushion Pressure Mapping Provides a Clear Vision on the Inside
Skin assessments are important for good patient care. But they can only provide a superficial snapshot of what is happening on the surface. Conditions such as excessive moisture and friction can easily be identified but it’d take a crystal ball to see what’s happening below the skin. Right? Maybe not. Behold the magic of pressure mapping!
What We’re Made Of
At EHOB, we believe in the power of shared purpose. We see each day as a new opportunity to make something of value, and we’ve learned this along the way: we do it better together.
“I had tried pillows, back cushions, heat, and ice but found no relief until I used this cushion. I now have three, one for the car, one for my desk, and one for the entertainment room.”