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Turn and Reposition Patients like a Pro

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.

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estimated costs to industry associated from back injuries within healthcare industry1

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is the average worker’s compensation claim for a hospital injury2

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is the average worker’s compensation claim involving lost time3

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to replace just one nurse4

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Avoid the Avoidable

Healthcare workers are tasked with ensuring patients are safely protected throughout the hospital journey. Many put their own safety and health at risk to help patients, adding to the epidemic of staff injury.

Download our FREE Safe Patient Handling Infographic for more on why you need to protect your staff!


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ATR+ Pro System

The ATR+® Pro System provides staff the proper tools to safely turn, reposition and boost patients to meet your facility’s safe patient handling protocols and pressure injury prevention protocols.

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We Make It Easier for You To Care For Your Patients

Be confident in a solution that is designed to meet American Nurses Association (ANA) national standards by establishing a culture of safety.

With the EHOB ATR+ Pro system you can be confident patients and staff are comfortable during strenuous tasks due to unique design features that encourage economically sound movements that minimize disruption to the patient.

With flexible ordering capabilities, EHOB offers a la carte or full system offering to meet the needs of your facility.

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How It Works

Watch how the ATR+ Pro System helps staff turn and reposition patients safely.

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FAQs

How does the ATR+ Pro Repositioning Sheet promote proper body mechanics?

The ATR+ Pro Repositioning Sheet features Extender Straps and Handles that allow for optimal hand placement to maintain proper body mechanics and reduce effort required by 30%.11 With a friction reducing nylon, the ATR+ Pro Repositioning Sheet allows for smooth movements that minimize disruption to the patient.

What separates the ComfortTop ES Absorption Pad from other absorption pads?

The ComfortTop ES has exceptional strength and moisture wicking capabilities. With an industry leading Super Absorbent Polymer (SAP), the ComfortTop ES absorbs and retains 98% of 100ml of fluid in under 60 seconds.12 It is also oversized to fully cover the Repositioning Sheet for a greater absorption area.

How do the Position Perfect Wedges compare with other wedges?

The Position Perfect Wedges are constructed with immersive foam that properly offloads the sacrum to reduce the risk of pressure injuries, while providing a comfortable patient experience. Handles on both ends of the Position Perfect Wedges allow staff to easily remove from beneath the patient.

Contact Your Local EHOB Representative

We are committed to improving workplace safety and efficiency while providing better patient outcomes. Become a Partner in Prevention today!

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Blogs

Simple Solutions Prevail for Early Pressure Injury Prevention in the Emergency Department

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Understanding the TWO sides of Foot Drop

Managing foot drop can be complex. It is important to recognize that early identification of theseconditions, implementation of appropriate heel devices, and collaboration with Physical Therapy. The Foot. 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 […]

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Preventing pressure injuries on the heels is critical for good patient care

Heel devices that address foot drop while effectively accommodating SCD devices warrant a closer look. 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 […]

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References

1. Safe Patient Handling. US Department of Labor and Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (2021). Retrieved from https://www.osha.gov/healthcare/safe-patient-handling.
2. Aon Risk Solutions. (2012). Health Care Workers Compensation Barometer.
3. National Council on Compensation Insurance. (2013). Hospital Workers’ Compensation Claims for Policy Years 2005–2009.
4. Li, Y., & Jones, C. B. (2013). A literature review of nursing turnover costs. Journal of nursing management, 21(3), 405–418. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2834.2012.01411.x
5. Tuohy-Main, K. (1997). Why manual handling should be eliminated for resident and career safety. Geriaction, 15, 10–14.
6. Facts About Hospital Worker Safety. US Department of Labor and Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (2013). Retrieved from https://www.ors.od.nih.gov/sr/dohs/Documents/DLib_1.2_Factbook_508.pdf
7. Preventing Pressure Ulcers in Hospitals- A Toolkit for Improving Quality of Care. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (2014). Retrieved from https://www.ahrq.gov/sites/default/files/publications/files/putoolkit.pdf
8. 4 direct and indirect costs of pressure ulcers. Beckers Hospital Review. (2015). Retrieved from https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/quality/4-direct-and-indirect-costs-of-pressure-ulcers.html?oly_enc_id=2782G1224156I2W
9. AHRQ National Scorecard on Hospital-Acquired Conditions Updated Baseline Rates and Preliminary Results: 2014–2017. (2019). Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
10. European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel and Pan Pacific Pressure Injury Alliance. (2019). Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers/Injuries: Clinical Practice Guideline. The International Guideline.
11. Internal data on file.
12. Independent lab testing. Data on file.