You can count on the market-leading EHOB™ WAFFLE® Cushion, as it has taken us decades to perfect the proprietary material, antimicrobial blend, and overall quality to deliver better patient outcomes and comfort.
Count on the Waffle Cushion

The New EHOB™ ATR+ Pro™ Turning and Repositioning System is designed to simplify strenuous turning, repositioning and boosting by allowing simple movements that help reduce staff injury and sacral pressure injuries.
Turn and Reposition Patients like a Pro

The EHOB™ WAFFLE® Overlay is more than a non-powered reactive air support surface, assisting in lateral transfers, boosts and turns to protect patients throughout the hospital journey.
Prevent Pressure Injuries

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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Leader in Pressure Injury Prevention

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

Understanding the TWO sides of Foot Drop

One-quarter of all human bones are located in the feet. 26 bones. 33 joints. Over 100 tendons, muscles, and ligaments. That’s a lot of moving parts. And when you figure in the nerves that effect the foot, there’s just a lot going on with the lower extremity. And a lot that could go wrong. When the peripheral nerves in the legs are damaged or compressed, foot drop can occur. But what exactly is foot drop?

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.

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.”