Prevalon Heel Protector Black / Blue, One Size Fits Most
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Prevalon Heel Protector Black / Blue, One Size Fits Most

$78.64 $39.99

Help protect heels from bedsores

Heels are a vulnerable area for bedsores, also known as pressure injuries. Prevalon Heel Protector II keeps the heel off the mattress to relieve pressure for individuals spending a lot of time in bed. Soft, adjustable straps position the foot and ankle securely, leaving the toes and heel exposed. It’s a comfortable and effective way to help reduce the risk of heel injury.

  • Keeps heel off the surface to relieve pressure
  • Soft, adjustable straps
  • Comfort-grip interior helps keep the foot in place
  • Ambidextrous design fits either foot
  • Trusted by nurses in hospitals across the U.S.
  • Fits calf circumference 10 in – 18 in (25 cm – 46 cm)
  • Not made with natural rubber latex

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People with limited mobility, especially those confined to bed, are often at risk for painful heel pressure injuries.Prevalon Heel Protector I helps reduce the risk of bedsores by keeping the heel floated, relieving pressure. The adjustable straps help ensure a secure fit by allowing the heel protector to accommodate different calf sizes.

  • Cushioned bottom helps keep heel floated
  • Comfort-grip interior keeps heel protector in place
  • Adjustable straps accommodate calf size for a secure fit

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Dimensions 23.6 × 15.8 × 15.7 in

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