Product Description

The Universal Medical Extra Large Papoose Board solves the frustrating problem of temporarily restraining injured or frightened patients (intended for teenagers-adults) for medical or dental treatment. A struggling, frantic patient can be completely immobilized in less than 60 seconds on our Extra Large Papoose Board. Later, while the patient is securely and safely held, the physician can expose any part of the patient's body for examination or treatment.

The Universal Medical Extra Large Papoose Board is unique because they are radiolucent. Other papoose boards contain metal which will artifact during diagnostic imaging procedures. If you need to temporarily restrain a patient while taking an X-ray our metal free papoose board will not artifact on your image.

  • Complete Set Includes: 1 Board, 1 Padded Three Tier Flap Set, 1 Padded Head Strap, 4 Arm/Wrist Straps
  • Extra Large Papoose Board Weight: 12 lbs
  • Extra Large Papoose Board Dimensions: 60" L x 17" Wide (at widest point) x 3/8" thick
  • Designed for use with patients with a maximum girth of 40", larger patients will require the use of extender flaps
  • Latex Free
  • MRI Safe
  • Hanging Hole for Easy Storage
  • Immobilize in 60 Seconds or Less
  • Country of Origin: United States of America

Papoose Boards work on the proven splint principle of binding the patient to a rigid board to suppress struggling. The board is quickly and easily applied using three sets of opposing canvas flaps with VELCRO® Brand hook and loop fasteners that fold over the patient's body. The diagonal shape of the board allows the flaps to crisscross, providing a snug-fitting restraint. The four arm/wrist straps can be used for additional arm immobilization within the straps or when the torso strap is to be open. An adjustable head strap is also included for use in stabilizing the patient's head.

Papoose Boards are less alarming than other comparable restraints. The patient is immobilized so quickly and securely that futile struggling is discouraged. Unlike manual restraints, the Papoose Board does not cast the caregiver in the role of being the patient's antagonist. The patient is held safely, cannot escape, and is protected from self injury.

Selective restraint is a unique Papoose Board feature. Any of the pairs of flaps may be opened while the patient is still held securely by the remaining flaps and/or head and arm straps. This permits the exposure of any area of the patient's body while maintaining restraint and control. Universal Medical Radiolucent Papoose Boards are indispensable aids in thousands of hospitals, and doctors' and dentists' offices.

Compare to Olympic Medical # 54610

CAUTIONS: Use the restraint only under the supervision of a licensed medical practitioner and only when medically necessary for the safety and protection of the patient. Use the Board only for temporary restraint never for continuous or long-term restraint. Make sure the restraint does not impair the patients breathing or circulation, or cause overheating or positional injuries.

PLEASE NOTE: This item is designed for use in medical and dental settings and can not be shipped to residential addresses.

About this Brand


Manufacturer Phillips Safety Products
GSA Contract Number 36F79724D0011

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Cleaning Guidelines:

Simply wipe the board with liquid disinfectant or soap and water. The flap sets and arm straps can be machine-washed.


This product is fully guaranteed against manufacturer defects (material and workmanship) for 6 months from the date of purchase. This does not cover negligent use of the product or normal wear and tear on the velcro and nylon straps. Items found to be defective will be repaired or replaced at no charge. All shipping charges remain payable by the purchaser.


Customers wishing to return this product must contact Customer Service to obtain a valid return authorization number within 14 days of receipt. A restocking fee may be deducted at the discretion of the manufacturer. Prescription orders cannot be returned. Frames with custom imprints cannot be returned.


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