Product Education

2019 NPIAP and EPUAP Quick Reference to Clinical Practice Guidelines
A four year collaborative effort between the EPUAP and NPIAP for clinicians interested in both the recommendations for pressure ulcer care and the scientific evidence supporting these recommendations.
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ATR+™ System Instructions for Use
The ATR+ System is designed to remain under the patient for the full continuum of care. The ergonomic features of the repositioning sheet are designed to reduce strain on the caregivers back, neck and wrists during patient turning and repositioning.
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WAFFLE® Overlay Instructions for Use
The EHOB™ WAFFLE Overlay is your first line of defense for pressure injury prevention. The design provides the caregiver a point of care solution with the versatility of patient handling and transferring, encouraging ease of use and compliance.
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WAFFLE® Cushion Valveless Instructions for Use
The EHOB™ WAFFLE Cushion is the #1 market leading reactive air cushion, providing facilities with a clinically-proven solution that aims to achieve better outcomes while reducing the risk of pressure injuries.
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WAFFLE® Cushion with Valve Instructions for Use
The EHOB™ WAFFLE Cushion is the #1 market leading reactive air cushion, providing facilities with a clinically-proven solution that aims to achieve better outcomes while reducing the risk of pressure injuries.
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TruVue® Heel Protector Instructions for Use
The TruVue Heel Protectors better meet the individual needs of patients with a custom build around the foot and ankle to ensure the heel is properly offloaded. With unique product features, the TruVue Heel Protector properly offload the heel while helping improve patient comfort, compliance and satisfaction.
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Foothold™ with splint Instructions for Use
The FootHold with splint is designed with clinically-relevant features that allow patients with the medical condition of foot drop to safely ambulate, with the enhanced ability to help prevent pressure injuries.
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