Thursday, 8 December 2016

Comfortable Support to the Hand and Wrist

Wrist and forear splints are designed to immobilize and provide firm and comfortable support to the hand and wrist in various orthopedic conditions. They maintain the wrist in the functional position.This splint from Tynor is made of PUF fused fabric that is breathable, and hence comfortable. It has removable aluminium splints that offer a customised fit and good grip. They also make it possible to achieve the required degree of dorsi-flexion.

The long length of the brace ensures enhanced immobilisation. The brace also allows free finger movement. The hook loop closures ensure optimal compression, and make application and removal easy. The Tynor Restrainer built-in opening for thumb abduction that offers better pain relief and ensures that the thumb remains relaxed.
Tynor Restrainer
Our Price : Rs 194

  • To manage combative or disoriented patient.
  • Manage post anesthesia delirium.
  • Patients with head injuries or recovering from seizures.
  • Schizophrenia, mental illness, dementia, or side effects from their treatment.
  • To limit the body movement.
  • Maintain a particular position.

Reasons for Wearing an Shoulder Sling : When you have a fractured shoulder, or a fractured wrist or elbow, you may be recommended to wear an arm sling. In case of fracture, no matter of which body part, it is very essential not to move that part of your body to ensure proper healing of the bone. As said earlier, the Shoulder Sling helps your arm to keep it in place against your body and that helps in faster healing.

Shoulder Sling : An shoulder sling is a simple shoulder immobiliser typically manufactured from cotton or a synthetic material to offer comfort to the wearer and is worn following surgery or a trauma related injury such as a trip or fall.

The shoulder sling works by immobilising the arm and shoulder by raising the arm and restricting its movement. The arm sits within a material based sling attached to a strap which loops round the patient’s neck to help elevate the arm. The strap can be adjusted manually depending on the patient’s height and arm length, but a professional will always set this before you leave the hospital to ensure that it is fitted accurately.

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