Absolute Prone-Lite Helmet
Poor positioning of the head and neck can leave your patient with post-operative complications, from mild facial swelling to blindness (POVL).
These complications can have devastating consequences for your patient and could ultimately lead to costly litigation for the Hospital or Trust.
The Absolute Prone-Lite Helmet and Mirror are used in conjunction with Absolute Helmet Angle Pads to ensure an optimum neutral neckline is achieved. The risk of periorbital and intraocular pressure and oedema can be significantly reduced by using Absolute Prone Face Support Cushions, which are inserted into the helmet. Uses include:
- Mirror strip to monitor the patient’s eyes & positioning of ET Tubes.
- Ample room for ET and nasal tubes.
- Easily cleaned using alcohol wipes or can be washed at up to 80°c
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- plastic surgery
- bone marrow harvesting
- ophthalmology post-operative therapy