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  1. Posey Locking Twice-as-Tough Cuffs
    Good service. Great, timely service..
    Good service. Product arrived quickly. I don't know why these clinical restraints are so expensive, however.
    (Review by Cole)
  2. Posey Finger Control Mitts
    Restored my husband's abilities.
    When the doctor informed me that I need a mitt for my husband, I thought it's kind of weird. He goes to explain how the mitt will be used, saying
    (Review by Isabelle)
  3. Posey Finger Control Mitts
    Great product, just took a while to receive due to the prescription issues.
    These open end mitts are not made of mesh (hand side), and they allow fingers to peep through at the ends, allowing one to see fingers. They are also washable.
    (Review by Lizzie)
  4. Posey Finger Control Mitts
    Good product.
    I used this for my mother, who is brain damaged from enchaphalitis. She is constantly scratching and tearing at her skin, primarily on her face. The mitts stopped the behavior
    (Review by Polly)
 

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Wrist & Ankle Restraints

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  1. Posey (20)

    Wrist and ankle restraints are devices used in hospitals, clinics, medical institutions and detention facilities that are meant to safely secure a patient when they may otherwise hurt themselves or others. The wrist and ankle restraints allow medical procedures to be performed by keeping arms or limbs from flailing or interfering with the process.

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    Reasons to Use Wrist and Ankle Restraints

    • For safely securing feet or arms to keep a patient from harming themselves or a caregiver.
    • To secure arms and legs to allow a doctor or nurse to administer a medical procedure.
    • To keep a patient within a certain area where without being restrained they may otherwise wander away into dangerous situations.