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Clavicle Splint

SKU: CLR6230

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Helps promote proper posture. Contoured foam sleeves covered with a stockinette for comfort. Posterior tension distribution system provides even pressure to maintain proper posture.

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  • Clavicle Splint

    Rest and stabilize the clavicle bone while helping it to heal. This figure-eight design places the clavicle in correct alignment by encouraging the shoulders into a retracted position while the posterior tension system maintains even pressure to position the clavicle. Inconspicuous under most clothing. Contoured foam and stockinette sleeves provide added comfort. Available in S, M, L, XL, 2X or 3X. Measure around widest circumference of chest.

    SIZE CHEST

    • Small 28” - 32”
    • Medium 33” - 37”
    • Large 38” - 42”
    • X-Large 43” - 47”

    Item Description

    CLR6230 Clavicle Splint

    Additional Information

    SKU CLR6230
    Detailed SKUs CLR-6230-1XL, CLR-6230-1XS, CLR-6230-LRG, CLR-6230-MED, CLR-6230-SML
    Pain Area Back, Neck, Shoulder
    Care Instructions
    • Hand Wash Cold, Mild Soap
    • No Chlorine Additive, Hang Dry
    • AVOID DIRECT HEAT
  • Conditions

    • For clavicle fracture/separations; taking pressure off clavicle; Other.

    Wrist Supports Benefit Options

    • Shoulder is a muscle dominate joint.
    • Figure 8 design.
    • Puts patient in correct posture & takes pressure off the clavicle.

    Fitting Landmarks

    • Upper arm
    • Shoulder
    • Clavicle
    • Shoulder Blade

    Measurement

    • Snug Fit Measurement:  Devices are sized at a compressed fit.
      • Measuring loose vs. skin tight can result in incorrect measurement.
    • Measurement taken as chest circumference across chest.
    • Can be dictated by support used.

     

    Fitting

    • Choose best device for injury.
    • This device can not be applied by the individual.  Application needs to be demonstrated by the healthcare provider to a secondary care-taker or significant other. 
    • Straps should be adjusted to loosest position prior to fitting.
    • Disconnect one side of the figure 8 loop
    • Fitted from the back.
    • Slide the appropriate arm through the closed side of the figure 8 loop to the top of the shoulder.
    •  Bring the opened figure 8 side around the opposite shoulder and buckle it closed.
    • Make sure device is fit squarely and symmetrically.
    • If device is worn over clothing, make sure there is no bunching that would interfere with the support or cause discomfort to the patient.
    • Have patient hold their arms out to the side and (rotate palms upward).  This will retract shoulders.
    • Finish fitting by adjusting the tension on the adjustable straps and keeping symmetry.
    • There is a risk of frozen shoulder.  This can happen in 3-5 days.
    • Great care should be taken in immobilization.
    • Limit immobilization to 3-4 days or per healthcare provider.
    • Be careful with devices that have axillary straps (through armpit).
    • To much tension or pressure on the nerve or blood supply can be cut off.
    • Can result in Arm Flail.

    Post Fitting

    • Check fitting through function.
    • Make sure device has been fitted with appropriate strap tightness.
    • Brace should not dig into or irritate axilla (armpit).
    • To much tension or pressure on the nerve or blood supply can be cut off and result in arm flail.
    • This device can not be applied by the individual.  Application needs to be administered by a secondary care-taker or significant other. 
    • Straps should be adjusted to loosest position prior to fitting.
    • Disconnect one side of the figure 8 loop
    • Fitted from the back.
    • Slide the appropriate arm through the closed side of the figure 8 loop to the top of the shoulder.
    •  Bring the opened figure 8 side around the opposite shoulder and buckle it closed.
    • Make sure device is fit squarely and symmetrically.
    • If device is worn over clothing, make sure there is no bunching that would interfere with the support or cause discomfort to the patient.
    • Have patient hold their arms out to the side and (rotate palms upward).  This will retract shoulders.

    Finish fitting by adjusting the tension on the adjustable straps and keeping symmetry.

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