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Products for safe immobilization and transport of patients

Immobilization is an important part of emergency medicine and is used to safely transport injured or ill patients without causing further damage. There are various aids for this purpose, such as spineboards, pelvic slings, universal splints, immobilization collars, transfer aids and patient blankets, which are explained in more detail below.

Spineboards and patient stretchers - for firefighters, water rescue and mountain rescue buy from us

Spineboards are flat, stable stretchers on which the patient is fixed in the supine position. They are particularly suitable for the immobilization of spinal injuries and are often used in combination with pelvic slings to ensure safe immobilization of the entire body. Extensive accessories such as belt spiders, other belt systems, head fixations and carrying bags can be found in the Fleischhacker Shop.

Pelvic slings are placed around the patient's pelvis and serve to stabilize the pelvis and hip. They are particularly important in cases of suspected pelvic fractures or other injuries in the pelvic region.

Transfer aids are special aids used to move patients safely and gently, for example from bed to stretcher or vice versa. They are particularly important for immobile patients or those with limited mobility.

Universal splints for emergency use

Universal splints are flexible splints that can be used to immobilize limbs and other areas of the body. They can be adapted to different areas of the body and are particularly useful for fractures or injuries to the arms or legs. We carry both SAM's brands and WESTMED, Fleischhacker's own brand.

Immobilization collars or colloquially known as cervical collars

Immobilization collars are placed around the patient's neck and are used to immobilize the cervical spine. They are particularly important in cases of suspected cervical spine injuries and should only be applied by trained medical personnel. Laerdal's continuously adjustable Stifneck Select is suitable for adults, while the Pedi-Select is used for children.

Immobilization is an important part of emergency medicine and is used to safely transport injured or ill patients without causing further damage. There are various aids for this purpose, such as... read more »
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Products for safe immobilization and transport of patients

Immobilization is an important part of emergency medicine and is used to safely transport injured or ill patients without causing further damage. There are various aids for this purpose, such as spineboards, pelvic slings, universal splints, immobilization collars, transfer aids and patient blankets, which are explained in more detail below.

Spineboards and patient stretchers - for firefighters, water rescue and mountain rescue buy from us

Spineboards are flat, stable stretchers on which the patient is fixed in the supine position. They are particularly suitable for the immobilization of spinal injuries and are often used in combination with pelvic slings to ensure safe immobilization of the entire body. Extensive accessories such as belt spiders, other belt systems, head fixations and carrying bags can be found in the Fleischhacker Shop.

Pelvic slings are placed around the patient's pelvis and serve to stabilize the pelvis and hip. They are particularly important in cases of suspected pelvic fractures or other injuries in the pelvic region.

Transfer aids are special aids used to move patients safely and gently, for example from bed to stretcher or vice versa. They are particularly important for immobile patients or those with limited mobility.

Universal splints for emergency use

Universal splints are flexible splints that can be used to immobilize limbs and other areas of the body. They can be adapted to different areas of the body and are particularly useful for fractures or injuries to the arms or legs. We carry both SAM's brands and WESTMED, Fleischhacker's own brand.

Immobilization collars or colloquially known as cervical collars

Immobilization collars are placed around the patient's neck and are used to immobilize the cervical spine. They are particularly important in cases of suspected cervical spine injuries and should only be applied by trained medical personnel. Laerdal's continuously adjustable Stifneck Select is suitable for adults, while the Pedi-Select is used for children.