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traction weight bag
GENERAL DETAILS

Weights can be given according to the need. Used as weight bag for all types of traction. To be filled with water for use in traction kit

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Traction refers to the set of mechanisms for strengthening broken bones, immobilisation or relieving pressure on the skeletal system. They are used to treat fractures, dislocations and long-duration muscles spasms, and to prevent or correct deformities. Traction can either be short-term-as at an accident scene or long-term- when it is used in a hospital setting.

Dyna Tractions are designed to provide utmost immobilisation, stability, to apply force in directions not otherwise possible and to avoid common problems that patients meet with ordinary tractions.

VARIATIONS

Available in Universal Size(38 x 43 cm)

Size Available

 
 
 
Universal Size

Directions for use

Place the product on the posterior side of the leg, with the wider portion in the thigh region.

wrap the product around the leg and make sure that the oval shaped opening comes exactly in the patellar region.

Fasten the velcros just above and below the patella and then fasten the remaining velcros.

Indications

Used as weight bag for all types of traction

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