Pressure Injury Prevention

Focused on pressure injury prevention. We provide clinically proven and cost-efficient products to all areas of the hospital and beyond.
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Turning & Repositioning

Our Turning and Repositioning Systems are designed with clinically-relevant features that help reduce pressure injuries and the effort required to manually reposition patients.
ATR+® System

Prone Positioning

Patients lying in the prone position for prolonged periods of time may be putting their skin at risk. Our support surfaces are specially designed for pressure injury management. Patients requiring prone positioning remain protected and enjoy an extra level of comfort.
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Top Workplaces 2020

EHOB has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2020 honor by The Indianapolis Star.
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Leader in Pressure Injury Prevention

WAFFLE® Brand Products have been used effectively for pressure injury prevention for more than a decade.

Are Bed Delays Contributing to the Pressure Injury Problem?

Every year, over 100 million people visit the Emergency Department in the US. And, while the times vary depending on the facility, millions could wait over two hours, just to see a provider. What’s the hold up?

Consistency Counts in the Continuum of Care

The continuum of care is a combined care system that guides and tracks patients over time. Like a trusted friend, it follows patients through different levels of care, like the ED or rehabilitation. But, it also accompanies the patient to different facilities like acute care hospitals or long term care. So, where does the continuum of care really start? Why not begin at the beginning!

When the Patient Experience Becomes a Journey

The patient experience may start with knowledge and good communication but it’s bigger than that. A successful journey also involves things like patient wait times, conveniences, the aptitude of the staff, and clinically effective products.

All Over the MAP

Wouldn’t it be great to know what part of the patient’s body is under the most pressure, particularly in those with sensory issues? You can! Pressure mapping systems offer up nifty visuals on the areas of the body most at risk. Areas of high- pressure glow orange and red while cooler areas present in blues and greens. But, how does it work?

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.”