Carolina

Carolina

From: £39.00

Great rigidity, holding its shape against the patient or dynamic components.

 
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Description

Manosplint Carolina is a low-temperature thermoplastic that provides strong support – ideal for patients with a lot of tone. Carolina is very easy to work with and has a great ‘feel’ when moulding.

Other features include: moderate memory, moderate resistance to stretch, moderate drape, high rigidity, quick, permanent bonding and resists fingerprints.

Manosplint Carolina can be printed to provide fun, exciting splints – please select your pattern below or contact us if you want a bespoke design.

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Memory:

Moderate memory allows for light modifications and edge finishing.


Resistance to stretch (RTS):

High – can be handled firmly.

Drape:
Low drape enables this to be handled firmly and is ideal for larger splints.

Rigidity:
High. Carolina holds shape against the pull of the patient or dynamic components.
Bonding & Finish:
This non-coated material is slightly sticky and stays in place during application. It will easily form a permanent bond during orthosis fabrication. The firm material resists fingerprints to give a smooth, matt finish. The edges ‘self seal’ easily if the material is cut when still warm.
Colours:
The base material is provided in white only, however it may be printed with any design. (Printing is provided on the ‘Demi’ 30.5 x 46cm size only).

Perforations:
Available as solid or 1% perforation

Sizes & Thicknesses:
Available in 3 sizes: Demi (30.5 x 46cm), Standard (46 x 61cm) and Large (61 x 92cm)
Available in 3.2mm thickness only.
Suggested uses:Spasticity Splints, Dynamic Splints, Large Splints, Trunk Immobilisation, Fracture Bracing.
Suggested Clinical Applications:Immobilisation splints: wrist, thumb and hand; wide variety of diagnoses including paediatrics, tendon injuries, fractures, arthritis and neurological diagnoses.Mobilisation splints: serial static approach or base for dynamic and static progressive designs.Circumferential designs.

Other:
This material is latex free

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