Abstract: An arm sling and method of making an arm sling including an open ended arm receiving tube supported on a patient's neck via a neck strap. The tube includes a forward end portion with an open front end of predetermined size and a rear end portion having an elbow receiving pocket adjacent an enlarged diameter rear opening. The arm receiving tube is formed from a single sheet of pliable fabric and includes first and second elongate opposing substantially identical side wall panels each having upper and lower edges spanning front and rear edges which form the front and rear openings. Each lower edge includes a front lower edge portion longer than the upper edge and a rear lower edge portion which is shorter than the upper edge. The rear lower edge portion is upwardly inclined relative to the front lower edge and has a rear end terminating in the lower end of the rear edge.
Abstract: An infant pacifier and pillow for removably attaching a pacifier to a pillow. The infant pacifier and pillow includes a cushion for removably attaching a pacifier to. The cushion comprises a pillow and a covering. The pillow is compressible and the covering encases the pillow. A pacifier for pacifying an infant comprises a nipple and a base. The base has a first side and a second side. At least one clip for receiving a strap is affixed to and extends away from the second side of the base of the pacifier. A bore for receiving a nipple is in the base. The nipple is elongate having a distal portion and a proximal portion. The distal portion of the nipple is fixedly coupled in the bore of the base. A strap for securing the pacifier to the cushion is secured by the clip to the base. The strap has two ends. Each of the ends has a fastener means thereon such that the first and second ends of the strap are fastenable together.