Sav-A-Jake Codecuffs

 

 
 
 

Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Wednesday, September 16, 2009


One of the most frustrating, and sometimes embarrassing, things about transporting an unconscious patient is when their hands fall out of the stretcher straps and drag on the ground or get caught in a doorway.Codecuffs fromSav-A-Jake offer you a lightweight, easy-to-use method of keeping your patientÌs hands secured while moving them to the ambulance. The 1" wide webbing secures quickly with Velcro∆ around even the largest, gorilla-sized 11" wrist.

VITALS

Webbing: 1"

Weight: 2 oz.

Cost: $6.95 ea.(quantity discounts available)

727/709-6167

www.codecuffs.com




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