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Lift Assist Stirrup System

Description: Pneumatic lift assist stirrups are designed to travel a full 120 degrees, from 90 degrees to -30 degrees. They lock tight wherever you release the rotating hand grip locking mechanism. The abduction and adduction are done at the handle with no need to ever go back to the side rail socket. The rotat...
Company:David Scott Company

2093 ANKLE STIRRUP BRACE WITH HONEYCOMB PADS

Description: This stirrup ankle brace has been designed and engineered to provide optimum ankle stability during exercise and other athletic activity. The lightweight, high tech materials offer protection from medial-lateral stresses and injuries while allowing for unrestricted plantar and dorsiflesion. Built...
Company:Truform-OTC

2092 ANKLE STIRRUP BRACE WITH AIRFORM® PADS

Description: Features a single bladder with three regulated communicative chambers. It's one of a kind design utilizes the fit of low profile pneumatics to dramatically increase stability without the rolling and swaying experienced in other stirrups. The "slow rebound" air system reduces bottoming out. The air ...
Company:Truform-OTC

Formfit Ankle Stirrup with Foam Pads

Description: Formfit Ankle Stirrup with Foam Pads are Formfit Stirrup Ankle Braces with Revolutionary "Flex Edge" Technology....
Company:Royce Medical Company

Ultrafin™ Stirrup

Description: The Ultrafin™ Stirrup is the latest in bariatric lithotomy positioing. This stirrup features a roomier boot for larger calves and accommodates up to an 800 pound weight range. Piston technology helps to position heavy legs more easily. Comes complete with rail clamps and clamshell-type boot p...
Company:Allen Medical Systems

Marathon Ankle Stirrup

Description: Provides stability to the ankle by minimizing ankle rotation and prevention of inversion/eversion...
Company:Corflex, Inc.

Bicro-Lite Ankle Stirrup

Description: Bird and Cronin, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of Patient Footwear, Orthopedic Softgoods, and Specialty Patient Care Products. Our products are of the highest quality and available in the USA and Internationally through various distribution sources....
Company:Bird & Cronin Inc.

X-Brace

Description:... The X-Brace is a cost effective stirrup designed to truly function for both immediate post trauma AND rehabilitation. It is lower in profile than other stirrups, so it fits better inside sho...
Company:ORTHO-CARE, Inc.

Elmed Retract - Robot

Features:... Installs on accessory bars of operating tables with conventional stirrup clamp or steril - clamp. The Retractor Clamp according to Dr. Fackler accepts all conventional retractors, irrigation rods, sponges forceps and X-ray ...
Company:Elmed Inc.
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