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Allied Healthcare Drug Dosage and Patient Management Sleeve

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The Drug Dosage and Patient Management Sleeve enables you to attach a customized patient management system to the LSP Infant/Pediatric Immobilization Board.

The optional drug dosage and patient management sleeve enables you to attach a Broselow™ Tape (Broselow™ Tape NOT included) or a customized patient management system to the LSP Infant/Pediatric Immobilization Board. The sleeve attaches via plastic clips to either side of the board for easy ambidextrous use.
 

  • Sleeve enables you to attach a Broselow™ Tape (Broselow Tape NOT included) or a customized patient management system to the LSP Infant/Pediatric Immobilization Board.
  • Sleeve attaches via plastic clips to either side of the board for easy ambidextrous use.
  • Broselow Tape relates a child's height to their weight to provide medical instructions, including medication dosages, the size of the equipment that should be used, and the level of shock voltage when using a defibrillator.
Note: The LSP Infant/Pediatric Immobilization Board is available separately.

About Broselow™ Tape: The Broselow Pediatric Emergency Tape, also called the Broselow Tape, is a color-coded tape measure that is used throughout the world for pediatric emergencies. The Broselow Tape relates a child’s height as measured by the tape to his/her weight to provide medical instructions, including medication dosages, the size of the equipment that should be used, and the level of shock voltage when using a defibrillator.

Particular to children is the need to calculate all these therapies for each child individually. In an emergency the time required to do this detracts from valuable time needed to evaluate, initiate, and monitor patient treatment. The Broselow Tape is designed for children up to approximately 12 years of age who have a maximum weight of roughly 36 kg (80 pounds).

The Broselow Tape is recognized in most medical textbooks and publications as a standard for the emergency treatment of children.

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