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Heel Stirrup Pads

Definition : Pads designed to cushion a patient's heel and lower leg when placed in a table heel stirrup, providing comfort and reducing the risk of sores during long procedures. These pads typically consist of soft material (e.g., foam) and are the appropriate shape and size for location on the heel stirrup; they are usually supplied in pairs. Heel stirrup pads are mainly used for patients in lithotomyc positions for obstetric, urologic, colon, or rectal procedures.

UMDC code : 15700


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Action Products Inc

Action Products, Inc. is the manufacturer of pressure relieving support surfaces, using Akton polymer, to prevent pressure ulcers. As a pioneer in the gel positioning category, Actionproducts have many pressure and shear reducing qualities.

Allen Medical Systems (UK)

Allen Medical Systems (UK)

Allen Medical Systems (US)

Allen focuses on improving patient outcomes and caregiver safety, while enhancing customers' efficiency through the development of technologically advanced surgical positioning accessories.

Anetic Aid Ltd

Anetic Aid Ltd

David Scott Co

David Scott Company was incorporated in 1972 as a specialty medical device distribution company. We have established ourselves as an innovative business that offers multiple services to various industries.David Scott Company has relationships with numerous manufacturers of both medical and non-medical devices. We are able to bring product concepts to fruition with the help of these vendor relations.

Michael J Woldow & Co Inc

Owens & Minor

Owens & Minor is the leading distributor of medical and surgical supplies to the acute-care market and a leading provider of healthcare supply-chain management solutions. Most of O&M's sales consist of consumable goods such as disposable gloves, dressings, endoscopic products, intravenous products, needles and syringes, sterile procedure trays, surgical products and gowns, urological products and wound closure products.

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