Cervical collars

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Rigid cervical collar / tracheostomy / with chin rest / C4

IDEAL FOR: > Cervical spine immobilization and...

Foam cervical collar / C1 / adult

IDEAL FOR: >Neck pain and cervical...

Foam cervical collar / C1 / adult

IDEAL FOR: > Neck pain and...

Miami cervical collar / tracheostomy / C4 / pediatric

Broselow-Luten Color Coding Kids Hospital System endorses...

Miami cervical collar / with chin rest / tracheostomy / C4

The Miami J Advanced cervical collar is...

Miami cervical collar / tracheostomy / C4 / pediatric

NecLoc Kids is the sole pediatric extrication...

Foam cervical collar / C1 / adult

The foam cervical collar is used for...

Foam cervical collar / C1 / pediatric

This foam is soft and open-pored...

Foam cervical collar / C1 / adult

This BORT cervical support was...

Foam cervical collar / C1 / adult

The Biege colored BORT StabiloNec®,...

Foam cervical collar / C1 / pediatric

This medium firm density...

How to choose this product

cervical-collar

A cervical collar, also called a neck brace, is used to immobilize the cervical vertebrae.

Applications

These devices are primarily used when transporting accident victims to the hospital when there is possible neck trauma. They also are worn at home after a fall or other accident resulting in head injury, in order to take strain off neck vertebrae. Certain models are used to immobilize the neck during tracheotomies or other surgery.

Technologies

Braces and collars can be rigid or are made of flexible materials such as foam. Some are designed to immobilize only the first vertebra (C1), while others keep the entire neck from moving, through C4. Certain versions even include a chin rest.

How to choose

Choice will depend on the number of vertebrae to be immobilized. Collar size and rigidity should ensure patient comfort.

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