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    L602 EXTENSION FINGER SPRING

    TGA Approved: 135014
    Provides light extension to reduce PIP, DIP or thumb IP joint flexion. Open spiral design accommodat...
    SKU: HGS0014
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    Code Size Unit of Measure Measurement
    Code: L602-A Size: Small Unit of Measure: EA Measurement: 3.8cm (Length) 1.6cm (Width)
    Code: L602-AA Size: Extra Small Unit of Measure: EA Measurement: 3.2cm (Length) 1.3cm (Width)
    Code: L602-B Size: Medium Unit of Measure: EA Measurement: 4.4cm (Length) 2.2cm (Width)
    Code: L602-C Size: Large Unit of Measure: EA Measurement: 5.7cm (Length) 2.9cm (Width)
    Code: L602-D Size: Extra Large Unit of Measure: EA Measurement: 7.0cm (Length) 2.9cm (Width)

    Provides light extension to reduce PIP, DIP or thumb IP joint flexion. Open spiral design accommodates swelling. Appropriate for thumb IP joint splinting. Measure from palmar MP crease to mid thumbnail. Lighter spring force than L501. Approximately 227g of force is applied when the PIP joint is in 15° of flexion. The low profile allows several Extension Finger Springs to be worn on adjacent fingers. Latex free.

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