Rethink patient safety with the patented and original Epidural Positioning Device. This revolutionary device features unique torso positioning, exclusive to our design, that moves the back into an arched position for proper cervical alignment to position patients safely and comfortably during epidural procedures. Improper patient positioning during epidural anesthesia is the number-one cause of complications in the operating room. The EPD Package 2 includes both the Epidural Positioning Device (EPD) and Labor Delivery Stand (LDS) for maximum versatility. Epidural Positioning Device (EPD) Patented in 2001, our Epidural Positioning Device is a landmark device designed by an anesthesiologist that positions patients correctly and comfortably by encouraging cervical, thoracic and lumbar flexion while maintaining a solid and stable position. Manually controlled chest, arm and head support ensures that patients of every body type and size can be accommodated and the back remains immobile during epidural placement. The EPD is suitable for use in operating rooms, labor and delivery suites, pain centers or anywhere epidural and spinals are performed. EPD Stand (LDS) Designed to be used with the EPD, the EPD stand provides adjustable foot support to aid in positioning the patient and for patient comfort. It also provides an adjustable mount for the EPD and features a built-in clamp allowing for the same range of adjustment as an OR table.
Epidural Positioning Device (EPD)
EPD Stand (LDS)
EPD Package 2 - Epidural Positioning Device & EPD Stand
FRC 30-50 - Sani-Cover® Fitted Disposable Face Rest Covers (50 Covers per Box)
FRC 30-50-case - Sani-Cover® Fitted Disposable Face Rest Covers (50 Covers per Box) Case of 18 Boxes (900)
"The benefit is employee body mechanics. The EPD holds the weight of the patient as opposed to staff trying to hold a sedated patient in place."
"I love your products. It saves me a lot of time and worries."
Institut Gustave Roussy, France
"I find that the Epidural Positioning Device is a tremendous help in the placement of epidural catheters for our thoracic surgery practice. It holds my patients securely so they can relax without movement."
New York Presbyterian Hospital
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