Rolyan Static Progressive Finger Extension Splint

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Item #: A525700
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Rolyan Static Progressive Finger Extension Splint provides constant force to help correct finger flexion contractures. The two D-ring straps can be worn parallel to each other or crossed. Splint includes two to four bolts depending on size, to treat tight contractures. For size, with finger straight, measure length of corresponding finger on unaffected hand from web space to tip.

Features of Rolyan Static Progressive Finger Extension Splint

  • To treat tight contractures, replace the standard bolt with the shorter one
  • Made from 1/16" Aquaplast-T splinting material with 1/16" Plastazone liner
  • Latex free
  • Indications: For fingers with limited PIP extension following soft tissue injury or trauma
  • The splint consists of:
    • Hinged splint made from 1/16” (1.6mm) Aquaplast-T splinting material with 1/16” (1.6mm) Plastazote liner
    • 2 self-adhesive D-ring straps
    • Thumb nuts (labeled in instruction 14)
    • Acorn nut (labeled in instruction 14)
    • A number of interchangeable screws

What to buy with finger extension splint

How to wear Rolyan Static Progressive Splint?

The splint is applied to the volar surface of the finger. The flanged area fits into the palm and the tapered end around the fingertip.

  1. For initial application, set the splint at the approximate degree of extension the joint is able to attain actively. With the finger extended as far as possible, measure the angle with a goniometer. Find the screw length size and degrees of extension. Use the screw length indicated. If screw needs replacing, see instructions 8 through 14.
  2. Put the splint into position on the finger to check for fit. It may be modified slightly if it is too long or if the sides of the splint extend past the circumferential mid-point of the finger.
  3. Mark trim lines as necessary and remove the splint from the finger. Trim the splint by cutting with a scissors. Do not heat the splint.
  4. The self-adhesive D-ring straps should be applied, one distal and one proximal, to the flat area of the volar surface of the splint, between the ends of the plastic pieces that support the holed tabs and the oval hinge opening in the splint. Be sure that the straps will clear the hinge and the finger web spaces. Apply the straps so the closure is on the side of the finger that is more convenient for the individual. The straps may be trimmed if necessary Note: the straps may be fastened so they cross over the dorsal surface of the joint or so they are parallel to each other around the phalanges.
  5. To adjust the amount of extension provided, turn the screw into or out of the holed tabs.
  6. As the condition improves, the amount of extension provided can be adjusted by turning the screw. It is not necessary to adjust the position of the thumb nuts or the acorn nut.

Replacing screw

  1. When the condition has improved enough that the head of the screw touches the holed tab, replace the screw with a longer one. Remove the acorn nut, turn the screw out of the proximal holed tab, remove the thumb nuts, and remove the screw entirely from the splint.
  2. Hold the appropriate screw by the head. From the distal end of the splint, turn the end of the screw through the metal threaded hole in the distal tab on the volar surface of the splint. Continue turning the screw until about half of it is through the hole.
  3. Turn a thumb nut, large end first, onto the end of the screw. Position it halfway between the end of the screw and the holed tab.
  4. Turn another thumb nut, small end first, onto the end of the screw. Position it near, but not touching, the first thumb nut.
  5. Bend the splint at the oval hinge opening and turn the end of the screw through the proximal holed tab.
  6. Turn acorn nut as far as it will go on the end of the screw. Tighten the acorn nut so it is tight against the end of the screw to prevent loosening. Use a wrench or pliers if ­necessary.
  7. Turn the proximal thumb nut to position it close to the proximal holed tab. Turn the distal thumb nut until it nearly touches the proximal thumb nut. Grasp the two thumb nuts and turn them toward each other to lock them in place as shown below.


Rolyan Static Progressive Finger Extension Splint User Manual

How to care and clean Rolyan Static Finger Splint?

  • The splint will lose its shape in temperatures over 135°F (57°C). It should be kept away from sources of heat such as ovens, hot water, open flames, and sunny car windows.
  • The splint may be cleaned with soap and lukewarm water. The straps may be washed with soap and water, but the adhesive portion should not be moistened. The splint and straps should be allowed to dry thoroughly before reapplication of the splint.
  • The Plastazote liner may be wiped with cool water and mild soap


Precautions:

  • This splint is to be fitted initially by a healthcare professional who is familiar with the purpose for which it is prescribed. The healthcare professional is responsible for providing wearing instructions and precautions to other healthcare practitioners, care providers involved in the patients care, and the patient.
  • If unusual swelling, skin discoloration or discomfort occurs, use should be discontinued and a healthcare professional consulted
  • Be careful that the straps are not so tight that they interfere with circulation
  • Be sure that the acorn nut is tight on the end of the screw.


Contraindications:

  • Not for joint contractures that are the result of bony blocks
  • Not for unstable fractures of the digit
  • Not for use with severe fluctuations in edema in the digit

Specifications of Rolyan Progressive Splint for Finger

Particular Size
XX-Small 2" to 2-1/2" (5.1cm to 6.4cm)
X-Small  2-1/2" to 3" (6.4cm to 7.6cm)
Small 3" to 3-1/4" (7.6cm to 8.3cm)
Medium 3 1/4" to 3-1/2"(8.3cm to 8.9cm)
Large 3-1/2" to 3-3/4" (8.9cm to 9.5cm)
X-Large 3-3/4" to 4" (9.5cm to 10.2cm)

 

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