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HeadSaver Soft Head Protector Protecting People from Fall Related Head Injuries


• Validated and tested Class 1 Medical Device


• User friendly, comfortable, soft and light to wear • Stylish and discreet, practical and durable • Indoor and outdoor head protection


• Suitable for home, hospital and care home HeadSaver - the right choice for head protection HeadSaver is a soft ‘helmet-like’ head protector designed to protect frail elderly


people from fall related head and scalp injuries, such as cuts, bumps and bruises. HeadSaver is also suitable for people with medical conditions, which make them unsteady on their feet, such as Epilepsy, Cerebral Palsy or Parkinson ’s Disease.


HipSaver Soft Hip Protector Protecting People from Fall Related Hip Injuries and Hip Fractures


• Internationally recognised since 1994 - In the NHS & UK Care Homes since 2002 • Large fixed pads with minimal risk of unprotected falls due to pad misplacement • Tested, validated and proven Class 1 Medical Device • Reduces fall impact force to below fracture threshold • Achieves consistently high user acceptance and adherence to wearing • User friendly, light, soft and comfortable for night and day wear • Carer friendly and practical with fixed pads for carer convenience and user safety • Garments with fixed pads machine washable at 95°C and tumble drier friendly • Garment styles based on user needs (i.e. incontinence, poor grip, poor balance) • Male and female garments in 7 sizes for user comfort and best fit • Affordable, effective and practical soft hip protector for everyday use HipSaver - the right choice for hip protection


Win Health Ltd Unit 1, Oxnam Road Ind Est, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire. TD8 6LS Tel: 01835 864866 Fax: 01835 268136


Email: info@win-health.com Website: www.win-health.com


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