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Safeguard Heel Boot (Pair)

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Safeguard Heel Boot (Pair)

Safeguard Heel Boots are made of foam to help prevent pressure ulcers, also known as bedsores, in patients confined to a bed or chair for long periods by redistributing pressure on their skin..

The Safeguard Heel Boots, which have a wide strap, redistribute pressure on the ankle, foot and heel.

The Safeguard Heel Boot is designed to assist in the prevention of pressure ulcers as part of a patients overall pressure ulcer prevention care program.

Indications for use

The Safeguard Heel Boot has been designed to redistribute pressure on te bony prminences of the ankle, foot and heel.

Contraindications

The safeguard Heel Boot must not be fitted to a patient in direct contact with open wounds.

Care and Cleaning

The Safeguard Heel Boot is not suitable for cleaning or recycling

We estimate a life expectancy of 28 days for this product, provided they are used in strict accordance of the usage instructions.

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