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Humane Restraint Ambulatory Wrist-Waist Restraint Belt

Humane Restraint Ambulatory Wrist-Waist Restraint Belt
Brand/Manufacturer: HUMANE RESTRAINT CO.
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Humane Restraint Ambulatory Wrist-Waist Restraint Belt has the ability to restrain the wrists against the body or up to 12 inch from the waist, each arm can be adjusted separately. It features L-300 locks for security. It is fully adjustable and has independently adjustable wrist cuffs.


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  • Humane Restraint Ambulatory Wrist-Waist Restraint Belt is 48"L x 1-1⁄4"W with 10 size adjustments 
  • Cuffs size: 12"L x 2-1⁄2"W with 7 size adjustments
  • Two, 12" straps that secure the wrist cuffs to the belt
  • Polyurethane enhances patient comfort and staffs ease of use, it is durable and will not stretch or shrink
  • Leather Restraints is a combination of a Humane Restraint belt and a pair of wrist cuffs
  • Polyurethane restraint is a combination of a Humane Restraint belt and a pair of wrist cuffs

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Humane Restraint Ambulatory Wrist-Waist Restraint Belt has the ability to restrain the wrists against the body or up to 12 inch from the waist, each arm can be adjusted separately. It features L-300 locks for security. It is fully adjustable and has independently adjustable wrist cuffs.
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