Arm Stabilizer Sling

Indications:
Immobilization after rotator cuff repair or shoulder girdle fracture
Dislocation/subluxation
Functions:
Rest the arm and immobilize it

Product Details

OTS-AR007

Arm Stabilizer Sling


Indications:

Immobilization after rotator cuff repair or shoulder girdle fracture

Dislocation/subluxation


Functions:

Rest the arm and immobilize it


Features:

Shoulder stabilizer sling with nylon, form material for arm rest


Sling Sizing Guide-Measure, the length of forearm. 

SIZE

CM

S

25-28

M

28-30

L

30-33

XL

33-36


Knowledge:

Dislocation of the shoulder joint is the most common, accounting for about 50% of systemic joint dislocations. This is related to the anatomical and physiological characteristics of the shoulder joint, such as large humeral head, shallow and small glenoid, loose joint capsule, weak anterior and inferior tissue, and range of joint motion Large, many opportunities to suffer external forces. Dislocation of the shoulder joint occurs mostly in young adults and males. Dislocation of the shoulder joint is divided into anterior dislocation and posterior dislocation according to the position of the humeral head. Anterior dislocation of the shoulder joint is very common, often caused by indirect violence, such as upper abduction abduction, palm or elbow landing when falling, external force impacts along the longitudinal axis of the humerus, and the humeral head comes from the subscapularis and large garden muscles. The weak part avulses the joint capsule and prolapses forward and backward to form an anterior dislocation. The humeral head is pushed below the coracoid process of the scapula to form a subcoracoid dislocation. If the violence is greater, the humerus head moves forward to cause the subclavian dislocation. Posterior dislocations are rare, mostly due to shoulder-to-back violent action or hand landing when the shoulder is in adduction and adduction position. Posterior dislocations can be divided into subscapular and subscapular dislocations. Should the dislocation of the shoulder joints be inappropriately treated in the initial stage, habitual dislocations can occur.



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