Sheepskin palm protectors are designed to prevent breakdown of the skin on the palm due to contracture of the hands. The naturally hollow fibres in the wool regulate temperature and wick away moisture to keep the patient comfortable.
- PPM - Palm Protector, roll cover (pr)
- PPMF - Palm Protector with finger separators (pr)
Australian Medical Sheepskin:
- Rapidly absorbs and removes moisture from the source, Keeping skin warm and dry to facilitate natural healing.
- Low friction - moves with your body to reduce shearing .
- Resists staining and residual odors.
- Genuine, high-temp, medical grade merino wool sheepskin. 4,000 to 6,000 fibres per square centimeter (this density is not possible with synthetic manufacturing processes). Merino wool pile keeps its texture and density even after repeated washings - can be laundered at home and re-used for years!
- Learn more about the benefits of natural wool pile here
Australian Medical Sheepskin guarantees a 100% success rate in bedsore healing and prevention, provided that the following conditions are also met:
🐑 There is adequate protein in the diet
🐑 All prescribed medications and supplements are being taken
🐑 The area is well-circulated (i.e. no tight bandages)
🐑 The patient is under the care of a qualified medical professional
But don’t just take our word for it - read the success stories!
- Dr. Robert Carter on introducing Australian Medical Sheepskin to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
- Mrs. J Agnew on the benefits of Australian Medical Sheepskin over other sheepskins at the Heatherleigh Private Nursing Home.
- Jamie and Elanne Welker on how Australian Medical Sheepskin saved their father.
Why is it green?
The unique green dye of our Sheepskin products is used to indicate that a product is medical grade. Only green-dyed, medical grade sheepskins are capable of being laundered up to the 80°C required for thermal disinfection. Because our green-dyed sheepskin exceeds the Australian Medical Sheepskin sanctioning standards, it is incredibly durable and can be washed and reused for years!
Do NOT attempt to launder un-dyed sheepskins - they are not medical grade and have not been approved for thermal disinfection by Standards Australia.