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Snuggle Wraps™
Pediatric Arm Immobilizers

Measuring for Snuggle Wraps™                                     

Measure the inside of the child’s arm from the wrist to just below the armpit  for the length.
The length of the arm should be slightly longer than the Snuggle Wraps.
Snuggle Wraps will adjust to fit various arm widths. 

The standard sizes fit an average size child.  Children that are larger or smaller than average
should use the next size accordingly.  If the child’s arm is significantly wider than that of an average child’s arms
fasten so that the bars are on elbow side.

Snuggle Wraps™ Directions for Use                          
Position Snuggle Wraps with rough Velcro side facing out away from skin.
Wrap the smaller end around wrist (Very important to apply to the wrist first), secure the tab with the soft Velcro onto the top of the rough Velcro.
Wrap the wider end around the upper arm, secure Velcro.  Snuggle Wraps™ should fit from the wrist to the upper arm.

US Patent 6,000,402

As with any arm immobilizer do not wrap too tightly.  Immobilizers should be loose enough to fit your finger under the bands.  If child’s hands feel cold or have a blue appearance, immediately remove immobilizer, exercise arms, wait and reapply looser.  Children using arm immobilizers should be closely monitored at all times to ensure child does not remove and is not experiencing any problem as a result of wearing immobilizers.  Remove often and exercise arms.

Offering Innovative Solutions for Care and Recovery
Offering Innovative Solutions for Care and Recovery
Snuggle Wraps pediatric arm immobilizers are the cool and comfortable solutions for when your child is required to wear arm restraints. Wearing arm restraints isn't one of the joys of life, but it is our goal to help make that experience easier and more comfortable. Snuggle Wraps are not thick, hot and bulky like other arm restraints or arm immobilizers. The cool ventilated areas allow air flow to the skin which actually provides the feel of not wearing arm restraints other than not being able to bend your arms. Your baby will be cooler and more comfortable. Arm immobilizers are often referred to as other names such as arm restraints, arm splints, elbow immobilizers, arm braces, etc. They are commonly used following cleft lip and palate surgery.
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