Fiberglass Splint for Fracture Brace | KENJOY
Splints can be applied to most fractures, dislocations and sprains. Splints may also aid in the immobilization of soft tissue injuries such as fingertip amputations and lacerations over joints where it is important to minimize tension or damage to the healing injury. Immobilization can decrease pain and bleeding as well as prevent further vascular, nerve, and soft tissue damage. Unlike casts, which are circumferential, splints allow for swelling in the immediate post-injury phase and can reduce the possibility of compartment syndrome. They can be used as the primary modality for immobilization during the healing phase of an injury and can be used temporarily until the swelling is resolved and a cast can be placed definitively.
|Material||Polyurethane/Polyester/Glass Fiber Non-woven Fabric|
|Size||Width:7.5-15cm; Length:30-115cm customized|
|Package||Aluminum foil bag for each product|
|Feature||High Strength, Light Weight, Fast Curing, Breathable, X-ray Easy to Operate, Various Specifications|
Fast set time
7 layers of fiberglass
Molds to fit body contours easily
Available in multiple sizes
Allow Activity in Short Time
In 20 minutes of application, patients can move.
Its inside is fiberglass which is watersetting Poly-Urethane resin coated