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Finger Extension Splint
GENERAL DETAILS

Our fingers are capable of very fine, coordinated motions. Disruption of this range of motion can have tremendous impact on our fingers. So the chance of getting finger injuries is high in every individual. There are various products specifically designed for each type of finger injuries. . It also helps in preventing these joint from bending and to immobilizing the joints from further movement.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Plastic coated malleable aluminium , which keeps the inter phalangeal joints in required position.
Polyfoam padding for comfort.
Fits any finger

VARIATIONS

Available in Universal Size

Size Available

 
Universal

Directions for use

Apply the product on the finger in such a way that the finger comes in between the foam pads

The long part must come in palmar region

Make adjustment to fit the finger

Indications

Immobilisation of fingers following fracture reduction of Proximal Inter Phalangeal.

Extensor tendon injuries of the fingers.

Collateral ligament injuries of the inter phalangeal joint.

Boutonnier’s injury

Post operative immobilization of fingers.

Prevention of deformities in Rheumatoid Arthritis.

 

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