Bed Wedges are utilized to reposition bed-ridden patients helping eliminate pressure points over the bony prominence's to help reduce the occurrence of pressure ulcers. NPUAP and AHRQ guidelines suggest using a 30-degree lateral inclined position when turning patients to help avoid pressure on the hip.
RECOMMENDED USE: Patients requiring additional positioning and support.
Recommended 30 degrees angle of incline helps relieve pressure on hipbone and coccyx
Breathable, low shear, stretch cover with antimicrobial protection reduces friction
Slip resistant bottom prevents sliding
Meets CA 117-2013
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Product QuestionsDoes the side with the tag and the zipper go on the bottom?Question by: Gregory Bazzell on Feb 24, 2017 1:50:00 PMIn most cases yes; however, it can be placed in several positions in order to create the best angle that works for you.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Dec 28, 2017 11:24:00 AM