The Exersides Refraint System allows patients to move while containing and deflecting vital tubes and lines. It negates the need for traditional restraints. The Refraint can be titrated to set desired range of motion.

A Better restraint. The ONLY Refraint!

Restraint Complications
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Complication Pathway
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Better for Patients

  • Less agitation
  • Less sedation
  • More mobility
  • More interaction
  • No wrist compression
  • Minimal skin contact
  • More humane
  • Joint mobility decreases nerve damage
  • Freedom/Safety

Better for Staff

  • Less restraint documentation
  • IVs and arterial lines visible
  • Easily check glucose, pulse ox, capillary refill
  • No head-to-hand or squeezing mitts for self-extubation
  • Easily change levels of restraint
  • Anti-pressure injury strap
  • More control over patient progress and safety
  • Tubes and lines contained to prevent entanglement

Better for Families

  • Loved one not tied to bed
  • Better interaction
  • Hold hands with family and staff
  • Can be involved with loved-one’s in-bed mobility
  • Designed to reduce Post-Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS) and PICS-Family
  • COVID-relevant

Better for Administration

  • Complies with CMS mandate of ‘Least Restraint Necessary’
  • Less sedation helps reduce complications & re-admission cost
  • Better satisfaction scores
  • Recognition for tackling the problem of patient restraint
  • Early mobilization and sedation minimization reduces the cost of complications including Ventilator Pneumonia and delirium
  • More humane care leads to less staff burnout
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