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SP Walker™

Description:... its shorter height it is ideal for patients whose limb length or calf circumference prohibits them from ... These aircells are individually inflated for full limb contact and produce pneumatic compression for ... adjustability, it can accommodate changes in limb dimension throughout the healing process and ...
Company:Aircast

GUARDIAN® Limb Salvage System

Description:... The GUARDIAN® limb Salvage System offers five different products for limb salvage surgery. The materials used to make these components are ...
Company:Wright Medical Technology, Inc.

PneumaticWalker™

Description:... of the PneumaticWalker incorporates a unique combination of support, protection, and compression. The durable semi-rigid shell helps support the limb and provides full-shell protection. The shell's rocker sole helps reduce plantar pressures. Lining the shell are four aircells for pneumatic support ...
Company:Aircast

FoamWalker™

Description:... walking brace that provides full-shell protection with semi-pneumatic support. It has a lightweight, durable, semi-rigid shell that supports the limb while providing protection. The shell's rocker sole helps reduce plantar pressures. Housed within the shell are two aircells for compression and ...
Company:Aircast

Universal Limb Positioner

Description:... The Universal limb Positioner System can be used for arthroscopic or open procedures such as femoral nailing, total knee arthroplasty and femoral or tibial fracture ...
Company:Arthrex

Cherf Leg Holder

Description:... position, the knee can be locked into extension which helps eliminate the need for manual support. The leg holder may also be used to support the limb for surgical patients in the supine position such as for knee and foot/ankle ....
Company:Innomed, Inc.

Ace Fischer Fixator

Description:... tibia plateau fractures, pilon fractures, unstable diaphyseal comminution, open wound/fracture management, sepsis, arthrodesis, osteotomy, limb lengthening/osteogenesis, bone transport, deformity correction and charcot foot ....
Company:DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc.

Easy Ambulatory 2

Features:... pouch EasyNet cable Recording electrodes Amplifier Recorder Large limb straps Small chest strap Medium chest strap Small limb straps Large chest strap Voice ...
Company:Cadwell Laboratories, Inc.

Functional Arm Brace

Features:... Cost-Effective Upper limb Management. Allows early passive mobilization and rapid progression to active mobilization. Eliminates the need for serial casts. Super ...
Company:OMNI Life Science

Ossur® AFO Dynamic

Features:... assistance: Gradual plantar flexion at initial contact Medio-lateral stability at mid-stance Energy return and assisted propulsion of the limb at toe off Supports the foot for ground-clearance during swing phase Profile: Medial strut makes it less visible Simple strap mechanism ...
Company:Ossur

Sheffield Ring Fixator

Features:... Unparalleled Stability Rapid Assembly For complex trauma and limb reconstruction ...
Company:Orthofix, Inc

Standard Tibial Fixator

Features:... Versatile Central Body Components: The central body components provide precise control for the reduction of angular, translational and acute limb length discrepancies, and can provide true rotational correction, remarkable in a uniplanar fixator Positive Locking Mechanism: Serrated ...
Company:Biomet, Inc.

AI6 Arterial Inflow System

Features:... cuff inflators, for inflation of 4 cuffs to 2 separate pressures. One inflator has two outputs so reactive hyperemia can be performed on one limb independently. 1 Auxiliary analog input for measurement of an extra parameter ...
Company:Hokanson

MOST Options™ Limb Salvage Surgery System

Description: The MOST Options System is designed to enable patients facing severe bone loss of the knee or hip to regain use of their limbs and provides the potential for restoration of function. The system goes beyond the requirements of a rotating hinge and provides the surgeon intraoperative flexibility ...
Company:Zimmer Orthopedics
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