Avoid the Avoidable
While cheaper alternatives may save you money up-front, there can be serious effects to your bottom line if patient care is compromised.
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This is Who We Are
EHOB is a family-owned provider of market-leading pressure injury prevention solutions, founded in 1985. For more than 35 years, we have strived to produce simple, clinically proven, cost-effective solutions. Our focus is to deliver solutions and educational services that meet the needs of the patient, clinicians, and healthcare team. We do it better, together.
Be Confident Your Patients Are Protected
While cheaper alternatives may save you money up-front, there can be serious effects to your bottom line if patient care is compromised, with US Health Systems spending anywhere between $9–11 billion on pressure injuries per year.1
The EHOB WAFFLE Cushion is the #1 market-leading non-powered reactive air pressure redistribution cushion designed to redistribute pressure at bony prominences and is engineered with a proprietary material that contains an antimicrobial blend to keep patients safe and comfortable.
How it Works
Achieve Better Outcomes with a Clinically-Proven Solution
The WAFFLE® Cushion successfully demonstrated its ability to prevent sacrum, coccyx, buttock, and hip pressure injuries through 1,000 ICU patient days and a decrease to 0 HAPIS within the first five consecutive months. These results were sustained over a three-year period. 2
WAFFLE Cushion Clinical Posters
Lankenau Medical Center Poster
UC Davis ED Study
Kaweah Delta OR Poster
Clinical Fast Facts
Every Cushion Counts
Waffle Cushion Guide
- 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
- Xu, Y., DSN, RN, CWOCN. & Yohn-Williams., RN, CWON. Combining a Static Air Cushion and A Low Air Loss Surface to Further Decrease and Sustain Pressure Injuries in the ICU Population. Lankenau Medical Center. Presented in 2018 at WOCN Conference in Philadelphia, PA.