|Name:||Bule Color Arm Sling|
|Material:||Cotton and Nylon tapes|
|Function:||Keep fixation of shoulder|
|Feature:||Protect your shoulder and arm|
|Size:||Free Size For Men And Women|
It ‘s made of Cotton and Nylon tapes. Immobilisation in case of upper arm fracture, shoulder dislocation, Brachial Nerve (network of nerves connecting spine to shoulder, arm and hand) Injury. Supports the arm by carrying the weight across the back and shoulder. Comfortable to use for long periods of time. Can be worn and removed by self or with minimum assistance. Fits either arm. Works across the healing journey as the metal stay can be removed from its pocket once condition improves. It is designed and processed by custom composite cloth, magic stick, woven ribbon, etc. The adhesive pressure belt prevents the retaining displacement or slipping. Easy to use. Comfortable. Easy to fix. Good air permeability. It is a replacement for traditional medical fixed support. Fixation after shoulder dislocation and subluxation, and fixation after forearm, arm and wrist bone fracture. The clavicle-shoulder joint injury was fixed after reduction, and fixed at the same time with plaster after the operation. Foam Pad: Soft and comfortable – keeps the strap from digging in too much and causing pain. Open style design for the wrist area. Easy to wear for an injured arm. Fix the injured arm in a proper position with the adjustable straps.
Proper distribution of the weight-bearing. Shoulder bears the main weight of the injured arm.
The strap fixed around the waist will keep the injured arm from moving and ensure a stable fixture for the recovery.Wrap Around Strap: Just wrap the strap from the back, roll it through the loop and close the hook and loop fastener. As easy to undo and remove for relief and change of mobility. Light and Breathable Arm Pocket: Made of polyester, it is sturdy enough to manage the weight but soft and light to keep your skin aerated.
• Placing the holder in the use area
• Take it in the front
• Adjust it up and down to the comfortable position according to the joint Angle
• Injured arm
• Arm fracture