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FINGER EXTENSION ASSIST, TYPE 501 (##5389 - ##5393)     

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The Finger Extension Assist, Type 501, is a wire and foam dynamic finger extension splint designed to lift the PIP joint from the flexed position back to the extended position. This adjustable orthosis is sized by measuring the extended finger from the distal palmar crease to the distal finger crease; see a therapist for correct fitting measurements. SIZES: X-Small (##5389, AA), Small (##5390, A), Medium (##5391, B), Large (##5392, C), and X-Large (##5393, D). DIMENSIONS: From X-Small to X-Large, lengths are 2 to 4 inches, in 1/2-inch increments.

Price: 22.00.

This product record was updated on September 30, 2010.

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Alimed Inc.

297 High Street
Dedham, Massachusetts 02026
United States
Telephone: 800-225-2610 or 781-329-2900.
Fax: 800-437-2966 or 781-329-8392.

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