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Manumed Kidz

Wrist brace for immobilisation

  • Easy to put on due to the open slip-on design
  • Stabilises the wrist, while leaving the fingers freely mobile
  • Comfortable to wear thanks to the breathable material

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Manumed Kidz wrist brace for children

Manumed Kidz is a wrist brace for children that is easy to put on due to its open slip-on design. The brace stabilises and immobilises the affected wrist, while allowing the fingers and thumb to move freely. Besides this flexibility, Manumed Kidz convinces with its breathable material, which ensures that the brace is comfortable to wear.

The aluminium splint can be adjusted individually to the patient's hand. Movement-related pain can be prevented by the immobilisation of the joint. The Manumed Kidz wrist brace for children is used for indications, in which an immobilisation of the wrist in at least two directions of movement with free movement of the fingers is necessary, such as:

  • Immobilisation following sprains
  • Inflammation of tendons and tendon sheaths (tendonitis, tenosynovitis)
  • Nonsurgical (conservative) treatment of stable fractures of the radius (distal radius fracture)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome (conservative, postoperative)
  • Injuries of the triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC)
  • Guyon’s canal syndrome

The Manumed Kidz wrist brace in attractive jeans look has been developed specially for children. For a perfect fit, Manumed Kidz is available in four sizes and in left and right versions.



Features

Product benefits

  • Immobilisation and stabilisation of the wrist

Intended purpose

Manumed Kidz is a wrist brace for immobilizing the wrist in at least two directions of mobilisation.

Details

Standard colours


Material components

Aluminum, Polyamide

Size

Size chart Manumed Kidz UK

Size

1
2
3
4

Variants

Left
Right

Medical specifications

Indications

All indications which require the wrist to be immobilised for at least two directions of mobilisation whilst maintaining free finger movement, such as:

  • Immobilisation for sprains
  • Tendonitis, tendosynovitis
  • After distal radius fracture (nonsurgical, postoperative)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Postoperative after triangular fibrocartilage complex repair
  • Guyon‘s canal syndrome

Contraindications

  • Unstable fractures in the hand

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