medi Humeral fracture braceBrace for immobilising the upper arm
- Immobilisation and stabilisation of the humerus
- Optional positioning in internal rotation
- Individually adjustable and removable aluminium splints
medi Humeral fracture brace - shoulder brace for stabilisation of the humerus
The shoulder brace serves to immobilise and stabilise the upper arm bone (humerus) in a defined position The brace is easy to put on and take off due to the simple hook-and-loop fastenings and straps. The shoulder brace is also individually adaptable to accommodate swelling. The stable aluminium splints can be moulded individually and also removed. This is useful, especially when taking X-rays.
The brace is helpful for various indications where an immobilisation of the shoulder joint in a certain position becomes necessary, eg when treating fractures of the humeral shaft and the humerus, particularly if these are close to the shoulder joint (proximal). The shoulder brace can support both conservative and postoperative treatment for both indications.
The aluminium splints, which can be removed to adapt them to the individual or to take an X-ray. They offer stability and comfort. Furthermore, the shoulder brace can be adapted to the course of treatment and to the needs of the patient, because the individually adjustable straps make it possible to adapt the shoulder brace to accommodate the respective degree of swelling. Moreover, the individual straps and the forearm loop are easy to detach.
An extension element is available to suit larger upper arm circumferences which mens that the product can be used irrespective of size. The elasticity of the high-quality padding material ensures a comfortable fit.
- Rigid bars removable for custom fit and x-ray
- Removable upper arm belts - option to reposition or remove upper arm belt for flexible range of application and compression
- Lower arm sleeve - easy to open for passive exercises
- Breathable material ensures maximum comfort
medi Humeral fracture brace is a shoulder joint support for immobilising the shoulder in a defined position.
All indications where immobilization of the shoulder joint in a defined position is necessary, such as:
- Proximal humerus fractures (nonsurgical, postoperative)
- Afterhumeral shaft fractures (nonsurgical, postoperative)
- Open fractures
- Fractures with concomitant vascular injury