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PAT IENT CARE LSP MILLER FULL BODY SPLINT


The Miller Board is a versatile spinal immobilization board and litter that comes complete with a full head and body harness. The harness system allows the patient to be rotated for airway management or to facilitate a difficult rescue without jeopardizing spinal alignment. The Miller board is constructed of high visibility yellow resin and has an x-ray translucent foam core. The Miller Board can be used to extricate the patient, and then tie the board into a litter for the evacuation.


Key Features: Chest straps • Head harness • Unique shoulder strap design • Hook and loop straps allow rapid immobilization of a patient


Height: 3.75” (9.5 cm) » Width: 14.00” (35.6 cm) » Length: 65.50” (166.4 cm) » Weight: 15.00 lbs (6.810 kg)


Splint Carry Bag


Vertical Lift Straps USA MADE


LSP MILLER HALF BACK


Rescuers have found the LSP Half Back Splint Harness an effective tool for vertical extrication from confined spaces. The Halfback provides spinal immobilization complete with head support.


Key Features: Leg straps for lower body support • Head harness • Six handles allow easy maneuvering • Compatible with the LSP Miller Full Body Splint


Weight: 12.20 lbs (5.530 kg) LSP Miller Half Back


Carry Bag USA MADE LSP HDX BACKBOARD


This backboard is a leading composite spine immobilization board with over 10 years of proven durability and functionality. The HDx is everything you need in a plastic board and is a best value seller. 10-pin configuration for various strapping techniques. One piece seamless construction eliminates fluid penetration and cracking. Easy to clean and maintain.


Key Features: Made from high-density polymer • Numerous hand-holds for easy handling • Strong and durable • Weighs only 13.6 lbs. • Value priced to fit any budget • Multiple colors available


Width: 16.00” (40.6 cm) » Length: 72.00” (182.9 cm) » Weight: 13.60 lbs (6.169 kg)


PE42194 USA MADE $201.93 OREGON SPINE SPLINT


Oregon Spine Splint helps to safely remove patients from injury sites without doing further damage to the spine.


Key Features: Can be re-configured to retract and immobilize the shoulders • Easy access to the patient’s chest and abdomen • Use in place of a conventional short backboard • Doubles as a hip or leg splint • Collar strap • Forehead restraint (with ten disposable covers) • Head padding • Carrying case • Includes a Shoulder Board (not shown) to help prevent shoulder compression when using a Sked®


litter


Weight: 10.10 lbs (4.600 kg) Orange


USA MADE SK300 10 Dispos-A-Pads SK302A CERTIFIED CE


$224.01 $16.79


PE42069 PE42070


$1,076.25 $133.59


PE42067 PE42068 PE42071


$849.73 $200.90 $237.08


PATIENT PACKAGING


LSP X TRA BACKBOARD


This patented backboard has been designed to provide 100% x-ray translucence while maintaining the necessary rigidity to protect the patient from further injury during transport. A fully sealed one-piece construction makes it fluid resistant while the HDPE surface allows for easy cleaning and disinfecting. Fits into any standard ambulance compartment. Easy to carry with 18 large hand holds. The XTRA also has high buoyancy for use in water rescues.


Key Features: Made from high-density polymer • Floats up to a 200 lb. person • Maximum weight capacity 500 lbs. • Works with all head immobilizers and strapping systems • Very lightweight at 15.25 lbs


Width: 15.75” (40.0 cm) » Length: 71.00” (180.3 cm) » Weight: 15.25 lbs (6.917 kg)


PE42193 USA MADE $138.00


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