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Vacuum splints Complete set
Schnitzler vacuum splints Division into separate chambers prevents granules movements and ensure the immediate care. Pressure-free and pain avoiding immobilization. Variable to be attached Velcro straps. Optimal access to the heel and...
from €339.00
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Vacuum mattress according to DIN EN 1865,...
Schnitzler vacuum mattresses were successfully tested by the TÜV Rheinland in terms of the DIN EN 1865 for tolerances to be kept for shrinkage and longitudinal stability. Individual labeling possible Safe, non-removable owner...
from €599.00
7119893_1
Vacuum mattress according to DIN EN 1865
Standard single-chamber vacuum mattress, without leg stabilization, single chamber Proven quality at the lower price segmentX-ray permeable (MRI and CT compatible) All-round rope with 8 welded handles Length 200 cm, width 80 cm with head...
€330.00

Vacuum mattresses as immobilizing aids for emergency care

Vacuum mattresses are a type of immobilizing aid commonly used in emergency medical services for spinal, pelvic or extremity injuries. A vacuum mattress consists of an inflatable plastic mattress equipped with special vacuum pads and straps to stabilize and immobilize the patient.

For example, if a patient has a spinal injury, the vacuum mattress can help stabilize the spine and prevent further injury. The mattress is placed on the floor and the patient is positioned on it. Vacuum cushions are then placed around the body and the mattress is inflated. The inflation creates a vacuum that keeps the patient in a stable and safe position.

Vacuum mattresses offer a number of advantages in emergency medical services. They allow for quick and effective immobilization of injuries, reduce pain, and provide increased safety for the patient during transport. In addition, they are easy to use and can be inflated and deflated quickly, which is especially important when rapid action is required.

Vacuum mattresses are an important component of emergency care in the ambulance service and can help minimize the risk of further injury and stabilize the patient during transport.

Vacuum mattresses are a type of immobilizing aid commonly used in emergency medical services for spinal, pelvic or extremity injuries. A vacuum mattress consists of an inflatable plastic mattress... read more »
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Vacuum mattresses as immobilizing aids for emergency care

Vacuum mattresses are a type of immobilizing aid commonly used in emergency medical services for spinal, pelvic or extremity injuries. A vacuum mattress consists of an inflatable plastic mattress equipped with special vacuum pads and straps to stabilize and immobilize the patient.

For example, if a patient has a spinal injury, the vacuum mattress can help stabilize the spine and prevent further injury. The mattress is placed on the floor and the patient is positioned on it. Vacuum cushions are then placed around the body and the mattress is inflated. The inflation creates a vacuum that keeps the patient in a stable and safe position.

Vacuum mattresses offer a number of advantages in emergency medical services. They allow for quick and effective immobilization of injuries, reduce pain, and provide increased safety for the patient during transport. In addition, they are easy to use and can be inflated and deflated quickly, which is especially important when rapid action is required.

Vacuum mattresses are an important component of emergency care in the ambulance service and can help minimize the risk of further injury and stabilize the patient during transport.