Clinical Trials document the performance of the Action Akton Polymer cushions, pads and positioners.

There is no better proof of a product's worth than a clinical test in the "real world" with "real patients." We have collected numerous clinical studies that document the performance of our cushions, pads and positioners in "real world" applications. We invite you to click on the links below to access three of them. Periodically, these studies will change.

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In the Thomas Jefferson University Teaching Hospital study, you'll find that Action® Operating Room pads provided superior patient protection, particularly for patients over 40 who underwent surgery for 2.5 hours or more.

Click Here to read the Thomas Jefferson University Teaching Hospital Study

In the Leeds Teaching Hospitals study in England, researchers tested 446 patients in the Operating Room and found that Action bed pads placed over standard foam operating tables reduced pressure sores by 50 per cent.

Click Here to read the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Study

And in the Maxim Study, an Action® wheelchair cushion proved superior in body interface pressure point performance over a competitor-based wheelchair cushion comprised of foam and gel. This study was performed in a laboratory by a testing company at the request of Action Products, Inc.

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Independent Clinical Studies

Thomas Jefferson University Teaching Hospital Study

Leeds Teaching Hospital, St. James University Hospital, Leeds

Testing Laboratory Study

Maxim Study Clinical studies prove the effectiveness of Action® pads and positioners.

Akton Polymer Clinical Trials

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