An uncompromising alternative
A winning choice
Improvement in the quality of care
Increased comfort for children
Reduction of the risk of incidents
Time and money savings
Simplifies the task for nurses
Eliminates the shortcomings of homemade splints
For several years now
OMG. I wish Sofia had this instead of a big thing bigger than her arm. Beautiful invention. It’s already not easy for us to see our babies hospitalized, and when you see the baby’s arm with a big thing that takes up a lot of space and is not comfortable at all… It’s a great idea!
Élizabeth Picard • Parent
Wow! I wish they had this when my son had surgery in Roberval last November. His recovery would have been much easier!
I wish my city had this when my child was born. Such a great invention! Congratulations, ladies!
It’s truly a revolution 🙂 It’s not a luxury, it’s something that improves the quality of life for our sick children. The colorful aspect makes the brace more appealing 🙂 and cheerful! I hope all hospitals will adopt it!
The braces used in most hospitals are made from improvised materials found on-site. You can see braces made from pieces of plastic or metal taken from equipment intended for adult patients. To keep them in place and prevent injuries to toddlers, excessive use of bandages is required to complement the setup. Nurses must therefore use their imagination to find a more or less acceptable solution, and as a result, they waste a considerable amount of time assembling each brace manually.
I/V Fix braces offer several advantages over traditional braces, particularly in terms of comfort and the stability of intravenous access for the treatment of the smallest patients, as well as facilitating daily checks of the intravenous site.
The primary function of I/V Fix braces is undoubtedly comfort. They effectively secure intravenous lines on the arms and hands of small children, infants, and newborns. When properly applied, they withstand the various abrupt movements of toddlers, reducing the risk of complications and injuries, such as dangerous infiltrations.