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Picture of OVER THE SHOULDER HUMERUS FRACTURE BRACE The Over the Shoulder Humerus Fracture Brace is a two-piece fracture orthosis designed to provide immobilization and protection of the shoulder. Made of low-density, foam-lined, perforated polyethylene plastic, this brace features an overlapping clam shell design to enable it to be worn on the right or left arm. The overlapping shells allow for ease of adjustment to accommodate volumetric tissue changes. Two presewn cotton stockinette liners are included. SIZES: Small, medium, large, and extra large. DIMENSIONS: The small brace adjusts in circumference from 8 to 11 inches, the medium brace adjusts from 11 to 14 inches, and the large and extra large braces adjust from 12 to 15 inches in circumference. COLOR: White.

Price: 74.95.

This product record was updated on March 13, 2002.

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Maramed Orthopedic Systems

2480 West 82nd Street, #8
Hialeah, Florida 33016
United States
Telephone: 800-327-5830 or 305-823-8300.
Fax: 305-823-8304.

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