Features of McKesson Forearm Splint
- Splint allows for full finger range of motion
- Not made with natural rubber latex
- Universal size that fits most users
- Wrist fitting is up to 9-inch wrist circumference
- 10-inch length to provide wrist and forearm support
- Adjustable stays made of malleable aluminum can be molded for specific requirements
- Aluminum palmer and dorsal stays provide compression and support
- Has three loop-and-lock forearm closure straps
When to use McKesson Wrist Arm Brace?
McKesson wrist brace is used to aid in the following:
- Post-surgical immobilization
- Post-fracture casting
- Wrist sprains or strains
- Wrist injury
What to buy with Wrist and Forearm brace
FAQs About McKesson Forearm Splint
1. What is a wrist and forearm splint used for?
The Wrist And Forearm Splint is designed to immobilize and provide firm but comfortable support to the hand and wrist in various orthopedic conditions. It maintains the wrist in the neutral/functional position.
2. How long should you wear a splint on your wrist?
You will likely get a splint to keep your wrist from moving. If you have a small fracture and the bone pieces do not move out of place, you will likely wear a splint for 3 to 5 weeks. Some breaks may require you to wear a cast for about 6 to 8 weeks.
3. What are the length of Mckesson wrist and forearm splint?
McKesson Forearm Splint is 10 inches long from your palm to the forearm.
4. How to clean the McKesson wrist arm brace?
Hand wash the McKesson wrist forearm splint with cold water and mild soap. Let it dry.