Dorsal wrist ortheses

For dorsal immobilisation of the wrist

 
INDICATIONS
  • First aid and first care: transitory fixation before or just after surgery (specially after surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome)
  • Fixation or immobilisation (Forte version) of the wrist, after injuries (e.g. distortion), surgery and fixation with plaster of Paris
  • Conservative treatment in tendonitis, inflammation and degenerative diseases of the wrist, even as resting splints
  • Rehabilitation phase after hand surgery
 
 
 

EXCHANGABLE TERRY - CLOTH LINER



MEASUREMENT REF. NUMBER
   
XXXS (Children small) 721 000 106
XXS (Children large) 722 000 106
S (Small) 724 000 106
M (Medium) 726 000 106
L (Large) 728 000 106
   

 

 

SHELL (Polyethylene/Cotton)


MEASUREMENT width of palm REF. NUMBER
     
XXXS (Children small) <6 cm 721 117 101
XXS (Children large) 6-6.9 cm 722 117 101
S (Small) 7-7.9 cm 724 117 101
M (Medium) 8-9 cm 726 117 101
L (Large) 9< cm 728 117 101
     
       

 

 

SHELL (Blue velour/Cotton)


MEASUREMENT width of palm REF. NUMBER
     
XXXS (Children small) <6 cm 721 111 101
XXS (Children large) 6-6.9 cm 722 111 101
S (Small) 7-7.9 cm 724 111 101
M (Medium) 8-9 cm 726 111 101
L (Large) 9< cm 728 111 101
     
  Also avaible in green: 72_ 119 101

 

 

BASIC


MEASUREMENT width of palm REF. NUMBER
     
XXXS (Children small) <6 cm 721 111 106
XXS (Children large) 6-6.9 cm 722 111 106
S (Small) 7-7.9 cm 724 111 106
M (Medium) 8-9 cm 726 111 106
L (Large) 9< cm 728 111 106
     
  Also avaible in green: 72_ 119 106
  Orthesis in blue, with terry-cloth liner: 72_ 111 196
  Orthesis in green, with terry-cloth liner: 72_ 119 196

 

 

FORTE


MEASUREMENT width of palm REF. NUMBER
     
XXXS (Children small) <6 cm 721 111 186
XXS (Children large) 6-6.9 cm 722 111 186
S (Small) 7-7.9 cm 724 111 186
M (Medium) 8-9 cm 726 111 186
L (Large) 9< cm 728 111 186
     
  Orthesis with terry-cloth liner: 72_ 111 176
  • Put the thumb into the prefabricated splint.
  • Shape the splint to the thumb with gentle pressure, and close the ring around the thumb.
  • Fasten the bandage around the wrist (start on the back of hand).

To remove the splint, it is not necessary to open the strip on the thumb; the thumb can simply be pulled out from and later shifted back into the fixation.
       

 

Video
 

 

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GENERAL PRODUCT INFORMATION

 

The main component of the patented Chrisofix® splints is a thin, corrugated aluminium core covered with non allergenic polyethylene foil- and cotton-laminated polyethylene coat at the out- and insight, respectively. Due to perforation, the splints are breathable. They can be applied and perfectly fitted to the injured body part within one minute, without water or heat. The Chrisofix®splints ensure a semicircular stable fixation. The light and comfortable splints limit the mobility of the injured body part to the necessary minimum.

 

 

The Chrisofix® splints are medical devices and not working tools. Damages of the splint resulted from inappropriate use, will be excluded from the product guarantee.