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J- Aris Deluxe Collar

$249.99 $124.99

Miami J Collar HCPCS: L0174

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Product Description

A rigid neck collar, this is commonly used in upper spinal injuries and fractures, where greater stability of the head, neck and upper thoracic spine can be increased with its supplementary chest brace. It is used to stabilize the patient in initial assessment and diagnostic stages where a collar alone would be not deemed enough.

Features

  • Sorbatex II padding which prevents infection and improves patient comfort
  • Reduces pressure points in chin, occiput, trapezius and clavicle.
  • Adjustment buttons to allow for easy snap-on application
  • 7 sizes for perfect fitting

Indications

  • Cervical and high-thoracic injuries
  • Cervical fractures
  • Immobilization and stabilization prior to surgery

USES:

  • Treat cervical and high-thoracic injuries
  • Decrease pain and stabilize neck and chest

Head Support Sizing
measure head

Step 1: Place a soft tape measure about 1 cm above your eyebrows and measure the circumference of your head, avoiding your ears and keeping the tape measure horizontal all the way round. This is the Head Circumference, which you will need to measure for some head support systems.

measure neck

Step 2: Measure your Neck Circumference by wrapping the tape measure just below the larynx and keeping the tape measure horizontal all around.

measure from bottom of earlobe to shoulder

Step 3: Place the end of the tape measure at the bottom of an earlobe and measure down to the shoulder. Round off the measurement to a half inch and subtract half an inch for ear clearance. This is the height of neck support collars.

 

Step 4: Use the measurements above to find the right size of head and neck supports for you in the charts below.

 

Sizing for Head Support
Head Circumference
L 22” and above
S Less than 22”

 

Sizing for Neck Support
Size Neck Circumference Vertical Height (earlobe to shoulder)
XS 9″ 1″
S 12″ 1 1/2″
M 14″ 2″
L 16″ 2 1/2″

Disclaimer: This guide is for general reference only.

Neck Support Sizing Guide
measure neck

Step 1: Measure your Neck Circumferance by wrapping the tape measure just below the larynx and keeping the tape measure horizontal all around.

measure neck

Step 2: Place the end of the tape measure at the bottom of an earlobe and measure down to the shoulder. Round off the measurement to a half inch and subtract half an inch for ear clearance. This is the height of neck support collars.

 

Step 3: Use the measurements above to find the right neck support for you in the chart below.

 

 

Sizing for Neck Support
Size Neck Circumference Vertical Height (earlobe to shoulder)
XS 9″ 1″
S 12″ 1 1/2″
M 14″ 2″
L 16″ 2 1/2″

Disclaimer: This guide is for general reference only.

Additional Information

Weight 3 lbs

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