Salvafix

SECURE THERAPEUTIC RESTRAINING SYSTEM

Memory Pro · Standard · FR · Slim · Transit

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Videos

In these videos you can see how to prepare, fix to the bed and apply to the patient the four main elements for secure restraint on bed.

Abdominal Belt

Wristbands

Ankle bands

Harness-thorax

Instructions

IMPORTANT: Be sure to read instructions before using the product. Improper use can cause serious injury, even death of the patient. You can print the poster and place it in a visible place for quick reference.

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Instructions Booklets


Available in the following languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Catalan, Dutch, Polish, Lithuanian, Czech and Japanese.

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Flame Retardant (FR) available in the following languages: English, Spanish, German and French.

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Instructions Poster


Available in the following languages: English and French.

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SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS

Salvafix is part of a medical treatment and as such, it is mandatory to follow safety rules. See safety regulations related to restraint systems set in your workplace. In addition, to ensure no adverse use of Salvafix and avoid risks to patient safety, you should print, read and follow the safety recommendations indicated in this document.

Safety Recommendations book

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, of course. Lateral bands and perineal band are key security elements. Lateral bands prevent the patient can rotate on its axis and the perineal band prevents the patient to slide down, which would be a significant risk of death by suffocation.
Must be fixed to the frame of the bed. If the bed is articulated, should be fixed on the moving parts.
Yes, you can use some methods of sterilization. See section 5.2 of the Safety Recommendations Book for more information.
No, Salvafix isn't fireproof. However, the Flame Retardant (FR) range contains fibers with non-flamability effect, to avoid fire spread, allowing them to self-extinct.
Locking systems included as standard in the Salvafix equipment should not get wet, because its functioning may be altered. However, you can use mechanical locking system (SVF3520) that do allow proper operation in wet conditions.
No. To ensure the safety and proper functioning of a Salvafix equipment it should always be used in conjunction with locking systems that are included in the package.
No. Salvafix should only be used by properly trained personnel. Place without proper preparation jeopardize the patient's health and your own. If you have not received adequate preparation Ask for it in your workplace.

Catalog

See the catalog to find all the solutions proposed by Salvafix for therapeutic restraint.

Catalog

Salvafix catalog


Available in the following languages: English and Spanish.

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Comparative table

Differentiation features of Salvafix range.

Contact

If you have any questions or suggestions please, contact us.

Abad Escarré, 15 · 08302 Mataró (Barcelona) Spain · Phone: (+34) 93 757 00 48 · e-mail: info@medisystemsl.com · www.medicaresystem.net




SALVAFIX products are manufactured according to the directive 93/42/EC of the European Council and are registered with U.S. FDA with nº 3008797789.