Disposable Prone Head Pad

The Disposable Prone Head Pad is ergonomically designed for supporting the patient in a prone position.

 

Quick access with the acrylic reflecting mirror. The clinical staff are able to monitor intubation and the airway passages of the patient on an ongoing basis during the operation procedure.

 

Correct positioning and ability to observe the airways is very important to patient safety.

 

Features

 

  • Single Patient use
  • Invisible to X-Rays and Latex free
  • Ergonomic design
  • Lightweight and easy to handle

 

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  • Specifications
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Sizes available:

When ordering please quote the following (minimum quantity 1 box - 5 pcs per box):                                                 

Order #
Dimensions

Qty/box

1101-14 30cm x 24cm x 15cm
1

Usage guide: 

Technical Information:

Product Name: Prone Head Pads (Disposable)  

Code: 1101-14

Size: 30 x 24 x 15cm  

Net Weight: 0.45KG

Components: Foam Pad and Reflecting Mirror

 

Features:

The pad is ergonomically designed for supporting patient in prone position. With Acrylic reflecting mirror, clinical staff will monitor intubation and airway passage of patient during the whole procedure.

  • It is X-ray through and Latex free.
  • Is for Single Use only.

 

Directions for Use:
  • Remove protective film from mirror.
  • Adjust mirror to ensure optimal view of patient’s face when in prostrate position.
  • Intubate patient in the supine position.
  • Place Prone Head Pad over patient’s face and introduce tubes through lateral opening on the pad.
  • Hold Pad firmly against patient’s face whilst turning patient into the prone position.
  • Place Prone Head Pad centrally on mirror.
  • Check that patient’s face rests properly on the pad and ensure no pressure on eyebrow bone and no touching of patient’s nose on mirror.
  • Confirm that patient’s body is in neutral position.
  • Continually check for correct intubation and clear airway passage during surgery process.

Warnings:
  • Single use only.
  • Do not expose to excessive cold or heat conditions.
  • Keep from direct sunlight or ultraviolet lights.

Contact Us

CONLETT 

Unit 25

17 Cairns Street

Loganholme

QLD 4129

Australia

 

Tel: +61 7 3209 9957

Fax: +61 7 3209 9976

Email: contact@conlett.com

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