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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/97) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Ginny, Inc. Cervical Collars are designed to provide support and some restriction of motion for stretch injuries (i.e. whip lash), muscle bruises, ligamentous injuries, and cervical arthritis; and for protection prior to specific diagnosis. The collars are contoured to distribute support evenly, and are available in two heights to accommodate correct fitting. The collars are made from medium density, medical grade polyurethane foam and have a Velcro hook fastener. Each collar comes with an extra washable stockinette cover for user convenience and to aid in maintaining cleanliness. The Side Closure Cervical Collar, model 536, has total circumferential contact and comes in a wide range of sized to facilitate fit. The Universal Cervical Collar, model 538, has all the features of the Side Closure model, but the closure is in the back and it is universally sized. SIZES: Side Closure model fits neck circumferences of 10 to 14 inches (Small), 14 to 17 inches (Medium), 17 to 20 inches (Large), and 20 to 22 inches (Extra Large). The Universal collar fits necks 12 to 20 inches around. DIMENSIONS: Both models are available in 3-inch and 3.5-inch heights.
Notes: Ginny, Inc. products should be ordered by or on the advice of a physician.
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This product record was updated on January 16, 2001.
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