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    BENIK RADIAL NERVE SPLINT

    Forearm based radial nerve splint provides digit and thumb MP extension and forearm and wrist support associated with digit, hand and wrist weakness/paralysis secondary to radial nerve palsy.
    SKU: WEB000676
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    Code Size Type Unit of Measure
    Code: BW-711L-ML Size: Medium - Large Type: Left Unit of Measure: EA
    Code: BW-711L-SM Size: Small - Medium Type: Left Unit of Measure: EA
    Code: BW-711R-ML Size: Medium - Large Type: Right Unit of Measure: EA
    Code: BW-711R-SM Size: Small - Medium Type: Right Unit of Measure: EA

    Forearm based radial nerve splint provides digit and thumb MP extension and forearm and wrist support associated with digit, hand and wrist weakness/paralysis secondary to radial nerve palsy.

    The dynamic, low-profile design results in a functional, cosmetically pleasing splint that positions the hand open and ready to use for activities of daily living. Full product weight is only about 5.5 ounces. Specify left or right hand.

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    ALLIED Summer 2024 Quarterly Overview - The Latest in Physical Therapies, Hand Therapy, Podiatry and Compression. ALLIED Summer 2024
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