Designed to Rescue From the Tightest Toughest Situations

OREGON SPINE SPLINT II

#SK-300-OR

NSN: 6530-01-265-3583

Choice of the U.S. Army, this spinal immobilization/extrication device is the only device of it's type that meets all of the established criteria for immobilizing a seated patient. An ideal companion for the Sked® Stretcher System, when properly used the OSS II provides for safe removal of patients from injury sights without doing further damage to the spine. The unique criss-crossing shoulder strap design provides superior immobilization without restricting breathing and, for clavical fractures, can be re-configured to retract and immobilize the shoulders. The OSS II is designed to provide easy access to the patient's chest or abdominal area for treatment or diagnostic procedures. It can be used in place of a conventional short backboard and as a hip or leg splint. The OSS II includes a shoulder board not found in similar devices, which can be used to prevent compression of the shoulders when using a flexible stretcher.

The OSS II folds into an extremely small package and slips inside a rolled-up Sked® Stretcher in its backpack bag, adding no volume to the Sked Rescue System package. When used with the Sked® Stretcher the OSS II ensures critical spinal rigidity during transport, whether carried or lifted. Available in International Orange or Coyote Brown with matching color carring case 

The SK-300 OREGON SPINE SPLINT II™ comes with:

  • SK-300 OSS II™ Main Body
  • SK-301 OSS II™ Collar Strap
  • SK-302 OSS II™ Forehead Restraint
  • SK-302A Dispos-A-Pads™
  • SK-303 OSS II™ Shoulder Board
  • SK-304 OSS II™ Head Pads
  • SK-305 OSS II™ Carrying Case

Made in USA.

Colors

  Int'l Orange   Coyote Brown

Product Details

OREGON SPINE SPLINT II, Int'l Orange
SKU: SK-300-OR
Price( MSRP ): $224.01
Weight: 10.0 lbs (4.55 kg)

OREGON SPINE SPLINT II, Coyote Brown
SKU: SK-300-CB
Price( MSRP ): $224.01
Weight: 10.0 lbs (4.55 kg)

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