Urias Air Splint - Infant/Child Arms

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Features:
  • Made of durable PVC sheeting
  • Provides superior molding around the limb
  • Restore motion & control at the proximal joints
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Urias Air Splint - Infant/Child Arms


Transparent air splint facilitates correct positioning and support compression. Made of durable PVC sheeting with an inner layer that provides superior molding around the limb. Latex free splints are open at both ends. Plastic zipper closure for easy donning and doffing. Use to immobilize the distal joints and to restore motion and control at the proximal joints. Apply to limb and inflate using a filter and a disposable mouthpiece (sold separately). Filters help prevent moisture from accumulating in splints. Filters change color to indicate the need for replacement. Clean with warm, soapy water. To size, measure the length of the extremity. Measurement equals the length of the splint before inflation.

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Urias Air Splint - Infant/Child Arms Reviews Summary
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Top Pros

Stabilizes (2)
Easy To Use (1)
Effective (1)
Top Cons

Bulky (1)
Top Best Uses

Extra Support (2)
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Use with child with ABS Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Easy To Use. Effective. Stabilizes.
Cons:
Bulky.
Best Uses:
Extra Support.

I am a physical therapist who is using this product for a 7 month old infant with a congenital amputation at mid-forearm due to Amniotic Band Syndrome. The air splint stabilizes the elbow and protects the end of the infant's stump to allow extended elbow weight bearing in quadruped. Although it is a little bulky, the parent feels that it is easy to apply and to keep clean.

by from Sapulpa, OK
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
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Pros:
Stabilizes.
Best Uses:
Extra Support.

good for working on weight bearing in hands/knees position with children who cannot maintain this position on their own

by from Dodge City
  No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
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Q:
Do you have to use the mouthpiece to inflate the splint? I don't want to buy 100 mouthpieces. I want one.
Asked on Dec 19, 2015 11:17:31 AM by k from georgia
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What is the difference in a half arm 53 cm and a child arm 50 cm?
Asked on Sep 22, 2013 12:21:16 PM by aashley23 from Frisco, TX
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Hello, the difference is in the inner diameter of the Air Splint. The 53cm Splint is intended for adults, where as the 50 cm is for children from (approximately) the age of 3. For children under 3 years are the Child Air Splints 20 - 40cm most suited. Cheers. P.
Answered on Feb 20, 2014 12:03:12 PM by Planixx  from Prague. Czech republic
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Part Number(s): 753 5004 07, 753 5004 06, 753 5004 08, 753 5004 03, 753 5004 02, 753 5004 05, 753 5004 04, 753 5004 10, 753 5004 01, 753 5004 11

Mfg Part Number(s): NC13012, NC13002, NC13001, NC13011-30, NC13012-30, NC12999, NC13012-40, NC13000, NC13012-20, NC13011-20

Scrip Part Number(s): 753 5004 05, 753 5004 06, 753 5004 10, 753 5004 08, 753 5004 02, 753 5004 04, 753 5004 03, 753 5004 11, 753 5004 01, 753 5004 07


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