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HAND
There are carpometacarpal (CM) joint, metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joint, proximal and distal interphalangeal joints in the hand. The bony structure includes carpals, metacarpals, and proximal, middle and distal phalanges bones. Each bone, except the carpals, is joined by tendons that flex or extend the joints on the dorsal and palmar surfaces. At the proximal levels, intrinsic muscles of the hand also produce motions to either side.
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PLASTIC FINGER SPLINT
Plastic
FINGERS SUPPORTS
 


  • Supports the DIP in extension, while permitting unrestricted movement of the PIP joints.
  • Tape may be required to make sure splint stays in place.
  • Easy to check fingernail and skin color.

    • Mallet deformity
    • DIP hyperextension
    • Collateral ligament sprain

    SIZING

    Measure by laying hand flat on table and measuring height and width of finger at the widest part, length is from first knuckle (closest to hand) to the finger tip.

    FIBER CONTENTS 100% Polypropylene
    COLOR