Prevents the patient from tilting, slipping or suffering injuries due to poor posture. It also helps to remain seated, providing a point of support when running a girth through the perineal area to the back and thus ensure that the patient does not slip.
|The belt must pass through the perineal area tightening the fastening straps to fit the contour of the patient's waist, ensuring that there is no slack and firmly.
|Padded fabric (suede, velvet, foam). Buckle closure. Polypropylene tape.
|It is enough to wash it periodically by hand or machine, at a maximum temperature of 40ºC. Dry in a horizontal position and without heat sources.
|Adaptable to any type of contour and chair.