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Male infant wearing pediatric arm immobilizers

Newborn to Infant Size Pediatric Arm Immobilizer Helper

SKU: N-101

Designed to fit newborns to infants. Sold in pairs. Size measurements: 5.5" x 7.5"

  • Product Info

    Keep little arms still and secure with the no-no® Pediatric Arm Immobilizer Helper, designed specifically for newborns and infants. These lightweight arm immobilizers promote healing and comfort during recovery, making them ideal for various medical needs. Made from sturdy yet flexible materials, the immobilizers fit most babies snugly and can be easily adjusted with Velcro straps for a custom fit. The no-no® Pediatric Arm Immobilizer Helper is easy to apply and remove, latex-free for sensitive skin, and sold in a convenient pair. With safety, comfort, and effective immobilization in mind, these arm helpers ensure that babies get the support they need while parents can feel at ease.


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

    • Lightweight and comfortable: Ideal for prolonged wear and active young patients.
    • Easy to apply: Simplifies the process for parents and healthcare workers.
    • Sturdy and durable: 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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