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medi SAS® 15

Shoulder abduction splint; 15º abduction

  1. impingement syndrome-in acute or chronic inflammation and after open or arthroscopic decompression and acromio-plasty
  2. reconstruction after rotator cuff ruptures
  3. conservative or post-operative treatment after relaxation of the ventral limbus and of the capsule after open and arthroscopic shoulder stabilisation
  4. conservative immobilisation of shoulder luxations / dislocations
Mode of action
  1. lateral positioning with anatomically shaped and fitted cushion to relieve the ventral limbus and the capsule
  2. 15º abduction position to avoid adhesions to axillary recess (frozen shoulder)
  3. immediate post-operative, active and passive mobilisation of hand, wrist and elbow joint by opening of forearm sling without taking off the whole bandage
  4. early functional follow-up treatment; facilitates post-operative physiotherapy
  1. alternative fastening allows the splint to be worn on the right or the left, easy to fit
  2. improved hygiene of the body and comfort while wearing (free armpit)
  3. comfortable hand rest; option to train the forearm muscles
  4. comfortable to wear due to light weight and terry cloth padding
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