b'Suspend heel and protectFOOT AND ANKLE against footdrop Why podus-type boots?Rigid podus-type boots eliminate heelnSemirigid shell with nonslip traction solepressure and give secure footdrop protection, control for foot/hip rotation,A. HEELIFT AFOs offer a unique combination and safer transfers/ambulation. They are of benefits not found in other AFO productstypically used to treat heel ulcers and safety, customization, ambulation with to help prevent footdrop contractures assistanceand are washable. Semirigid in patients who are primarily bed-bound. polypropylene shell controls the ankles position ShellA podus boot shell should be rigidand motion while allowing limited weight-bearing. enough to prevent plantarflexion and giveAllows patient-specific customization with the full heel suspension when the wearer is lyingspare pad with adhesive (included) to control ANKLE CONTRACTURE BOOTS supine in bed. Selecting the correct shell sizeexternal rotation. The 5-cm beveled fixed pad is essential. Look for a range of sizes or sizeelevates heel and protects the Achilles tendon. adjustability. Nonslip traction sole allows limited weight-bearing The toe plate accessory is not an adequatewhile preventing slippage. Washable/sanitizable substitute for increasing the length of the boot.with non-bleach disinfectant wipe or spray. Single-The toe plate should only be used to keeppatient use. One size. PDACbedding off the toes. #66469SMOOTHEA APPROVEDRotationShells that include an anti-rotation #66468CONVOLUTEDEA bar also help to maintain the leg in a neutralAdditional shipping charges may apply.Nonslip traction soleleg/hip position. This is particularly important inSuggested code: L4396the post-hip-replacement or post-stroke patient.LinerThe greatest variety in podus-type boots is found in the liner. Liners come in a varietyof materials, and it is important to match thenFits larger calf circumferencesliner to the patients specific needs. Issuesto consider are skin coverage, moisture/heat B. SoftPro Bariatric In-Bed AFOs suspend management, washability, padding, andheel and position ankle to help prevent plantarflexion strapping/positioning control. contracture. Anti-rotation bar and adjustable toe post For the greatest skin protection, look forassist positioning and keep bedding off toes. Low-shear-reducing, moisture-wicking fabrics. Forprofile back and plush fleece liner ensure superior positioning and contracture control, look forcomfort. Nonskid bottom for assisted transfers. greater coverage at the foot and shin/calf as well as a secure ankle strap. If heat buildup is Sizing: One size fits calf circumference 21"-32". Foot plate a concern, consider a lower-profile liner. 10"L, 14"L w/toe post.OutsoleWhen selecting a boot, consider safety#66400BARIATRIC IN-BED AFOEAFAX800.437.2966 during transfer and limited ambulation. Models with a secure outsole attachment or integrated nonskid bottom lower the risk of injury during unassisted transfers, and they allow the patient to participate more fully in transfers without risking further skin breakdown. Shell Sizing Liner Material Ambulating Outsole Anti-Rotation Bar Pedi Sizes 866.936.2987AliMed.comCompareAvailableA.Heelift AFOOne Size Foam-3 B.SoftPro Bariatric In-Bed AFOOne Size Fleece3 -C. Multi SizesFoam-3 3MPO 2000MPO 2000 ActiveMulti SizesFoam3 3 -D.Multi-Podus Contracture AFOOne Size Foam w/antimicrobial surface protection3 3 -E. Comfy Standard BootOne Size Fleece-3 3Comfy Ambulating BootOne Size Fleece3 3 3Comfy Headliner BootOne Size Foam w/antimicrobial surface protection-3 -Comfy Headliner Ambulating BootOne Size Foam w/antimicrobial surface protection3 3 -F.Multi Podus SystemMulti SizesSynthetic Sheepskin-3 344 LOG IN FOR PRICING at AliMed.com'