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Patient Positioning

A comprehensive range of patient positioning devices for every specialty imaging application. From the all-purpose coated and uncoated foam sponges to innovative and purpose-designed MRI, CT, general x-ray, mammography, radiation therapy, surgery and other application specific devices. Imaging Solutions boasts the most complete patient positioning catalogue in Australia, with a range of Australian-made products and the ability to custom make positioning aids for highly specific requirements.

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Patient positioning is critical to a patient’s health and plays an active role in the capacity of health care practitioners to identify, diagnose and treat patient illness or injury in all medical settings. The wide range of treatments required and continuing to be identified mean that specialist high quality positioning aides are essential to deliver high standards of patient care.

Patient positioning aids and devices are used to ensure the clinicians, technologists, physicians, surgeons, therapists, and nursing care professionals can access the area of interest, secure the necessary diagnostic images, or apply the required treatment process safely with minimum discomfort to the patient.

Included in the range are patient positioning foams suitable for use in MRI, CT, general x-ray, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, pain management, mammography, and many other imaging related studies and treatments. An array of application specific foams and devices are included in our range including paediatric immobilisation solutions and patient step stools and platforms.

A Key consideration with all patient positioning products is infection control. In Imaging Solutions case we offer optimum protection wherever possible through the adoption of HF sonic welding of the products we manufacture. The HF technology adopted means seams, wherever possible, are eliminated which substantially reduces the existence of traditionally sewn / stitched joins when bacteria, infection and contamination sources can become established.