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Female Infant wearing pediatric arm immobilizers/arm restraints

Infant to Small Child Size Pediatric Arm Immobilizer

SKU: I-201

Designed for infants to small children. Sold in pairs. Size measurements: 7" x 8.75"

  • Product Info

    Keep little arms still and secure with the no-no® Pediatric Arm Immobilizer Helper, designed with safety and comfort in mind for newborns to small children. These lightweight and easy-to-apply immobilizers fit most infants, providing peace of mind for parents during medical procedures.

    Made of sturdy yet soft, latex-free material, the arm helpers prevent interference with medical devices or healing wounds. Simply wipe clean with a gentle cleanser and water, then dry thoroughly before reapplying. Ideal for cleft palate surgery, elbow injuries, or other pediatric needs, the no-no® Pediatric Arm Immobilizer Helper ensures that babies get the support they need.


    • We offer $12.00 flat rate shipping.
    • Expedited shipping options available. 
    • For international shipping please call us at 1-800-615-9211.
  • Product Features

    • Lightweight and comfortable: Perfect for prolonged wear and active young patients.
    • Easy to apply: Simplifies the process for parents and healthcare workers.
    • Sturdy and durable: Designed for long-lasting use, withstands active child use.
    • Sold in pairs: Convenient for bilateral procedures.
    • Latex-free: Safe for children with latex allergies.
    • Adjustable fit: Customizable to various arm sizes for secure immobilization.
    • Soft padding: Prevents skin irritation, enhancing comfort.
    • Breathable fabric: Reduces risk of overheating and suitable for extended use.
    • Washable: Easy to clean for hygiene maintenance.
    • Variety of sizes: Ensures a proper fit for infants to older kids.
  • Product Uses

    • Post-surgical recovery: Assists in recovery from surgeries like cardiac procedures.
    • Intensive care support: Secures limbs to prevent dislodging of medical devices.
    • Medical examinations: Keeps children still during procedures like MRI or CT scans.
    • Ophthalmological treatments: Ensures effectiveness of treatments like eye patching for strabismus.
    • Facial surgery recovery: Protects surgical sites, aiding in proper healing.
    • Healing wound protection: Prevents interference with healing wounds, such as from biopsies or mole removals.
    • Dermatological procedures: Assists in treatments for eczema or psoriasis by preventing scratching.
    • Dental care: Prevents habits like thumb sucking, affecting dental alignment.
    • ENT procedures: Important post-cochlear implant surgeries to protect the area.
    • Neurological evaluations: Ensures child remains still during tests like nerve conduction studies.
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