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Home OrthosisKnee jointLOWER LIMB SUPPORT AM-TUD-KD-02

LOWER LIMB SUPPORT AM-TUD-KD-02

  • Code:
    497
  • Weight:
    0.700 Kgs

LOWER LIMB IMMOBILIZER WITH KNEECAP PROTECTION

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Price:€95.00
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Banding support of the lower limb - Tutor AM-TUD-KD-02Banding support of the lower limb - Tutor AM-TUD-KD-02

 

Product description

Lower limb immobilizer is made of ActiveDistance II, which consists of polyurethane foam covered two-sidedly with lining fabric, which is easy to attach. The internal side is made of the cotton, what is very comfortable for patient.
 
Tutor was equipped with:
  • Open and soft sleeve which enables to adjust the device to the diverse measurements of bottom limb.
  • System of VELCRO stickers which assure proper adhesion the device to the body and more effective stabilization of limb.
  • System of anatomically profiled aluminium splints with independent fixing system to tutor’s sleeve.
  • The kneecap protection with fastener adjustment.
Such construction of article makes possible to adjust the device individually, easily and precisely to the patient’s body as well as assures sure stabilization of limb.
 
 
 
Purpose of use:
 
  • knee dislocation,
  • knee twist and sprain,
  • side instability of the knee joint,
  • knee ligaments LCL, MCL and ACL injuries,
  • knee ligaments reconstruction,
  • other surgeries (orthopedic),
  • early rehabilitation standing process.
 
 
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Setting up
 
 
 
Orthopedic splint strips

Orthopedic splint strips – a set of four (two rear and two lateral) anatomically shaped orthopedic splints. They are made of high quality duralumin characterized by high mechanical endurance (over 400MPa). Therefore they are perfectly suitable for immobilization of lower limbs after the knee arthroscopy. Braces with front knee cap are used in upright standing and rehabilitation of patients with paresis.