Testimonials

Testimonials

"We have been using your 3" composite table pad for two years on our magnet bariatric bed - model alphaster #1132. We have done approximately 600 cases on your pad with the average weight of patient being 275 - 300 lbs. and the largest patient weighting over 400 lbs. We bought your pad in 2004 and there have never been any signs of skin breakdown or decubitis ulcer, even on long cases, proving to be a safe and effective pad. We are extremely satisfied with the performance of the pad and look forward to our continued business with you."

  - Korene Wada, General and Bariatric services at Torrance Memorial Hospital


"We have tried the skin protecting pads your company makes and found them to be extremely useful in protecting pressure points during surgery. I particularly like the thin unbulky nature of these pads and I am certain that they will be truly effective in reducing problems from pressure necrosis during open heart surgery. I look forward to having them in each of our Cardiovascular Surgical Operating Rooms. Thank you very much for manufacturing this product and for being so responsive to our needs."

  - A.D. Pacifico, M.D., Professor and Director, Div. of Cardiothoracic Surgery, The University of Alabama at Birmingham


"The Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory here has had the pleasure of using a full length ACTION pad on one of our X-Ray tables for the last four months. It has performed admirably. In spite of its thin skin, there have been no rips or tears and it has held up to cleaning with several types of disinfectants, including Hydrogen Peroxide and Alcohol.

Patient complaints about table hardness are noticeably less than in our other cath lab, particularly for long procedures such as PTCAs or Valvulo-plastics.

When our other table pads come up for replacement, my recommendation will be the ACTION pad. The sales staff has been very helpful, particularly in custom fitting the pad to our Toshiba table. I have no reservations about recommending this pad to other cath labs."


  - Richard W. Herrick, R.N., Supervisor, Cardiac Cath Lab, University of Cincinnati Hospital