Action Products, Inc.
954 Sweeney Drive
The center dish design conforms to the patient's head for maximum support and pressure prevention. This pad can be used in a variety of surgical procedures as well as for positioning in the Neo-Natal Intensive Care units. See Details for sizes.
The Forehead Protector is semi-circular with a flat bottom. It is used to protect the infant, child or adult patient's forehead from pressure exerted by oxygen tubes, etc. Like all Action® products, the Forehead Protector is latex free. Sold in cases of 24. See Details for size.
The Action® O.R. Overlay is a versatile pad used for a wide range of procedures. It is especially important for use in procedures lasting more then one hour or for patients with circulatory problems. Small size is often used on leg extension for OB/GYN procedures and for rectoscopy support for proctology procedures. The medium size is ideal for open heart cases and other procedures that mandate lengthy supine patient positions as well as pediatric procedures. The full-length pad provides even-weight distribution of the patient for open heart surgery and other thoracic and abdominal procedures. Because the Action® pad provides a high level of comfort to patients under local anesthesia such as in cataract procedures, patient movement is minimized. Cases that call for lateral or prone positioning should also include this pad. See Details for sizes.
This line of flat bottom pediatric chest rolls is produced in a wide range of sizes to accommodate virtually any patient. They protect the patient's entire chest area from pressure while in the prone position and offer increased non-roll stability. They also have infinite utility as positioners for many other procedures. See Details for sizes.
The Pediatric Positioner 4-piece Pad Set is a multi-purpose positioning unit designed to position and protect newborns and toddlers during a variety of procedures. The set consists of a rectangular shaped pad with an indented channel in the center to allow for chest expansion, a pediatric horseshoe pad and two chest rolls. Suggested utilization of the set are: place pad flat, without chest rolls, to prevent the patient from rolling while in the supine position. By placing one chest roll under the pad at the thoracic area, the chest will remain extended for anterior chest procedures. With the chest roll under the pad at the thorax and the large chest roll under the pad at the sacrum, access for posterior supine cases such as spinal tumor resection is optimum. See Details for size.
New positioners that are just the right size for the smallest of patients.