Innovative Medical Products’ Humbles LapWrap®: Adaptable to All Size Patients
Also designed to meet AORN recommendations
Developed by an anesthesiologist who understands patient and surgeon needs, the Humbles LapWrap® Positioning Pad, from Innovative Medical Products, keeps patients’ arms securely positioned by their sides during surgery. Its easy-to-use, soft-foam pad not only positions patients’ arms but also allows easy access for IV tubes and leads for anesthesia.
Providing more security for the patient and more versatility for the surgical team with its hook and loop material, the LapWrap® is also designed to meet AORN recommendations in “Recommended practices for positioning the patient in the perioperative practice setting” to prevent tissue injury and ischemia often caused by tucking patients’ arms at their sides.
Universally sized to accommodate any patient, LapWrap®’s tab configuration makes positioning bariatric patients easier. The solution’s optional extension fasteners can accommodate even extremely obese patients.
Manufactured for single use, the Humbles LapWrap® not only protects the neurological structures of the elbow but also acts as a warming blanket for the patient during surgery. In addition to its ease in securing a patient’s arms, the LapWrap® can be trimmed with scissors for better viewing of wire leads, tubing or connections.
About Innovative Medical Products
Innovative Medical Products Inc.® designs, manufactures, and brings to market patient positioning devices for healthcare and sports related surgeries. With more than 40 years of experience in supporting hospitals, surgery centers, and clinics, IMP provides positioning products that stabilize and protect patients during navigated, computer-assisted and robotic surgeries. IMP devices save hospital and surgery center costs by minimizing staff, decreasing liability and improving the overall patient experience. IMP manufactures, patents and trademarks products to Federal and International standards for quality and safety for both the patient and the healthcare institution.