Ambu Perfit Ace Adjustable Extrication Collar - Pediatric

Ambu Perfit Ace Adjustable Extrication Collar - Pediatric

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Ambu Perfit Ace Adjustable Extrication Collar - Pediatric

Ambu perfit ACE Pediatric extrication cervical collar is the only adjustable one-piece rigid cervical spine immobilization device with 12 precise settings for a customized fit within the range of 3 standard pediatric settings. The Ambu Perfit ACE comes with a comprehensive sizing system for easy and accurate sizing. The Ambu Perfit ACE extrication collar comes with a flip chin piece for flat storage and preshape to fit the chin, and to facilitate intubation and removal of vomitus from the patient's mouth. The Perfit ACE incorporates latches which allow the rescuer to size the collar according to the victim's exact neck size. Two safety buttons hold the collar in place for maximum reliability. 

The Ambu Perfit ACE is CT and MRI compatible, and comes with a ventilated, posterior shell for fluid drainage. Ambu Perfit ACE extrication collar is also available in a Military version (adult only) that incorporates a camouflage color scheme of olive drab body and charcoal black foam and label. The features and specifications of the Ambu Military Perfit ACE are identical to Ambu Perfit ACE. 

Note: Also available in adult size - (Click Here)

Ambu Pedi-Mini Collar Features:

  • Organized By Color
  • Quick Easy Reference Guide
  • Pre-Calculated Medication Dosages
  • 12 adjustable settings
  • Stores completely flat
  • Flip chin piece for easy airway access
  • Safety buttons allow for maximum reliability
  • Nasal cannula holders located on collar body
  • Radiolucent, CT, and MRI compatible
  • Fits infants through small adults
  • Sizes: 12 settings from infant (size 1) to neckless (size 3)
  • Dimensions: 44 x 18 x 1.5 cm
  • Box Size: 30/box
  • Sold: Individually or 30/box

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