11 Best Medical Hand Restraints

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Top 11 Medical Hand Restraints

1
Medline MDT823243 Hand Protectors ( Devices, Universal)
Product Highlights:
  • product type: fold back end mitt/hand protec
  • product use: hand control
2
Olpchee 1 Pair Medical ( Constraints Control Quick Release (for Hands))
Product Highlights:
  • apply to the extremity limit of the restless patient, prevent the injury.
  • velcro designed to make sure the easy manipulate.
  • products can be used for both hands/feet, enough length easily tied to the bed, fence, chair and other places.
3
Genmine Finger Control Mitts ( For Medical Restraints Patient Elderly 1 Pair)
Product Highlights:
  • pretty comfortablethere are no finger separators so it is easier to put on. wide wrist hand buckle, which makes the item, be more comfortable. breathable mesh ensure air in an out, which provides better wearing experience.
  • reasonable designflexible belt made of high quality nylon material makes the item be adjustable. convenient hand control band to ensure the safety for the old and patients.
  • easy to maintainour finger control mitts are very easy to clean, simply wash with soap and water. we recommend not using dishwasher after using, though really a simple soak and dry is all you need to get it cleaned.
5
Ibnotuiy 4Pcs Medical Restraints ( Or Feet Universal Constraints Control)
Product Highlights:
  • material: thicken sponge to ensure your comfortable wearing experience.
  • size: 11.81 x 3.15 inch/30 x 8 cm; banding belt length 72.83 inch/185 cm.
  • fastener belt designed to make sure the easy manipulate.
6
Hand Control Mitt Economy ( Size Fits Most)
Product Highlights:
  • posey company 28263000 hand control mitt economy - one size fits most
7
Medical Restraints Control Limb ( Hand, Feet (1 Pair - Black))
Product Highlights:
  • hand / feet restraintcan be used for both hands/feet, enough length easily tied to the bed, fence, chair and other places. reduce nursing accidents and improve care efficiency
  • limb holdersdesigned for patients with severe cognitive disorders, behavioral disorders patients or (and) physical dysfunction to prevent scratches, bruises, falls or extubation, self-injury and injury.
  • patient restraintsdouble-layer sponge will not harm the patient's skin, ensuring a comfortable wearing experience.
8
BIHIKI Control Limb Holder4pcs ( Universal Constraints Control Quick Release (Blue))
Product Highlights:
  • quantity:4pcs (can be used for hand or feet).
  • the fabric is made of high quality synthetic material, the outside is made of high grade mercerized cotton, the middle is made of high density sponge, and the inside is made of flannelette, which is soft and comfortable.thicken sponge to ensure your comfortable wearing experience.
  • they're very soft but the material is breathable so you don't have to worry about the wrist sweating and getting hot.they hold up great!
9
Bed Restraints Wrist Straps ( Soft Patient Restraints (Black-2 PCS))
Product Highlights:
  • hand / feet restraintcan be used for both hands/feet/ankle, enough length easily tied to the bed, fence, chair and other places. reduce nursing accidents and improve care efficiency
  • restraint holdersdesigned for patients with severe cognitive disorders, behavioral disorders patients or (and) physical dysfunction to prevent scratches, bruises, falls or extubation, self-injury and injury.
  • patient restraintsdouble-layer sponge will not harm the patient's skin, ensuring a comfortable wearing experience.
10
BIHIKI Control Limb Holder2 ( Universal Constraints Control Quick Release (L))
Product Highlights:
  • quantity:2 pcs (can be used for hand or feet).
  • material:high quality sponge filling, more comfortable, not easy to deformation.
  • breathable, you don't have to worry about the wrist sweating.

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