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Hipsaver - Nursing Home - High Compliance with Tailbone Protection

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High Compliance with Tailbone Protection - 1 pant with hip and tailbone pads permanently sewn in.

Designed for the mobility and comfort of residents plus convenience and peace of mind for carers. HipSaver Nursing Home is a durable brief with a roomy fit for easy dressing and continence care.
The elastic waistband and large leg opening make the HipSaver Nursing Home easy to pull on and off. The full, soft fabric crotch perfectly accommodates pads or diapers.
All HipSaver garments and pads are laundry safe for washing and drying up to 95°C.
HipSaver Nursing Home is available in grey with fly front.
  • Durable, breathable polycotton-spandex brief
  • Ample leg openings for easy dressing and toileting
  • Soft, thin protective hip pads
  • Fits easily over diapers, accommodates incontinence pads
  • Can be worn 24 hours a day - comfortable to sleep in
Hip Measurement
70cm – 81cm (28” - 31”)
82cm – 92cm (32” - 35”)
93cm – 102cm (36” - 39”)
103cm – 114cm (40” - 44”)
115cm – 127cm (45” - 50”)
128cm – 146cm (51” - 57”)
Intro to Hipsavers (01:29)
Introduction to Hipsavers. I am going to assume that you don't know very much about hip protectors so I'll start by showing you the actual hip protector pad that inside of every model of HipSaver. This is the open-cell foam that actually absorbs the energy. This material was invented by NASA and it was originally used to protect astronauts from against G-forces on re-entry to earth atmosphere. It is used in many applications now among them tempera-medic mattresses and pillows. You might be very familiar with those. So we cut the foam to the shape that we need and we put it inside a waterproof airtight pouch. This pouch is what goes into the actual germit one on either side and regardless of the hip protector model that you will see throughout this in-services, the hip pad remains the same. We change the designs of the garments, we change some of the details of the garments those were done to change the effectives and the ease of use for the end user and the caregiving staff. To give you an idea of how the energy is absorbed in this hip protectors, I'll do my little ode to Helen demonstration. Posted on video: Helen is the HipSaver creator's partner. She came up with this golf ball demo. This golf ball, I'll drop on the table and you can see that the energy will be return to me by the table. If you put the hip pad in place and drop it, you can see that the hip pad actually absorbs the energy rather than returning it to the end user. So that is a demonstration on how we avoid having energy transferred to the hip bone and potentially causing a hip fracture.
  • Intro to Hipsavers
    Introduction to Hipsavers. I am going to assume that you don't...
  • How to wash Hipsaver Hip Protectors

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  1. Does the Job Well  star rating

    Posted by Mim on 25th Apr 2019

    I really like the hip support. It gives me the peace of mind when my grandma wears it that getting the bed sore is minimised. Her bed sores before I got the support healed much faster once she stsrted wearing the support.

    Now I am looking for a shirt with padding support at the back. My grandma has a bedsore on her back. So I hope I can get the one with padding.