Aspen Vista® Cervical Collar
An instrument used to support and maintain the throat is a cervical collar. It is usually used in medicine to treat neck injuries, speed up recovery from surgery, or paralyze the spine following a traumatic injury. In the event of a suspected neck / spine injury, it can also be used to immobilize the neck. The catch is typically made of foam and secured with Velcro or straps. To add more support or cushioning, it might also have a detachable insert.Typically, there are three types of cervical collars: smooth, semi-rigid, and rigid. In cases of minor injuries or strain, soft collars are mainly used to restrict neck movement and support the neck muscles. Semi – rigid and inflexible collars are generally used to reduce neck movement and offer stability to the spine in more severe cases, like as after a spinal injury or surgery.
The type of damage and each patient’s needs will determine the size, style, and placement of cervical collars. The neck shouldn’t press against any part of the neck and should fit snugly but easily. Additionally, it ought to allow for unrestrained breathing and neck movement.The Aspen Collars Use A Special Technologies For Height Adjusting Which Allows 6 Positions Of Level And A General Fit. The Unique Foam Pads Are Ideal For Long-Term Apply And Averting Skin Irritation. The Transmitter Model Has A Thorax Expansion– The Piece In The Back Extends Additionally Down The Neck For Additional Stabilization. The Vista Cervical Collar uses a special height adjustment technology that enables common fit and six different height positions. The unique foam pads are ideal for preventing skin irritation and long-term apply. The standard collar uses minimal back side support. In order to increase cervicothoracic stabilization, the TX Model( right below ) uses a thracic extension. When necessary, replacement pads are accessible separately. This are the Vista Model chest braces increased satisfaction & control.