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Lower limb brace OKD-16

Lower limb brace OKD-16
4classic-en
Knee braceKnee brace
Anatomic patella donutAnatomic patella donut
Class I medical deviceClass I medical device
CompressionCompression
Double-sidedDouble-sided
Full range of adjustmentFull range of adjustment
Spiral boningsSpiral bonings
Universal sizeUniversal size
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UNIVERSAL KNEE BRACE WITH ORTHOPEDIC STAYS

Description

OKD-16 knee brace is universal side and one size product from 4classic group.

The brace is made of UniPren.

Our universal knee brace OKD-16 is open and provides excellent fitting. It’s high elasticity what guarantees good joint compression. It reduces effusions, swellings and relieves the pain. Anatomic-shaped patella donut stabilizes the kneecap and prevents against its dislocation.

What’s more, the brace is equipped with 4 lateral orthopedic stays.

You can change the place of stays according to your needs!

Our universal OKD-16 knee brace can be used in every kind of physical activities.

Purpose of use

  • Knee dislocation,
  • Knee twist and sprain,
  • Side instability of the knee joint,
  • Knee ligaments LCL, MCL and ACL injuries
  • Knee ligaments reconstruction,
  • Other surgeries (orthopedic)
  • Acute and chronic patellar dislocation

Sizes

Size Knee circumference How to measure
UNIVERSAL min 30 – max 46 cm
(min 11,8″ – max 18,1″)
X-Size min 46 – max 59 cm
(min 18,1″ – max 23,2″)

Total length of the product: 28 cm (11″)

Fits for both knees

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Technology

MATERIALS

UniPren™

UniPren™ is a universal 3-layer material consisting of an external elastic polyamide cover knit with a self-adhesive function, an internal neoprene foam core and an elastic jersey cover knit. This material is characterized by softness and very high flexibility. A very important advantage of this material is the fact that it is not a knitted product, it does not have thick fibers, so that the weaves of the material do not imprint on the patient's skin and do not cause abrasionsin places of high compression. Products made of UniPren™ are the strongest and most effective stabilizing orthoses available on the market. Self-adhesive function, the raw material makes it much easier to use.

STIFFENINGS

Spiral boning

Our orthopedic spiral boning is a thin wire, coiled into a spring and flattened. We use boning of various widths and wire thicknesses, which determines the strength of their stabilization. Each spiral boning has two specially profiled fittings to prevent damage of the orthosis. They are galvanically protected against corrosion by the galvanizing process, so they are resistant to water, moisture and sweat. Products equipped with bonings can be washed without removing them from the orthosis. They work in every direction, perfectly adjusting to the user's body and have a shape memory function, thanks to which they always return to their original profile. This function causes the spiral boning in the orthosis to stabilize the swollen limb immediately after the injury and after the swelling has come off.

PADDINGS

Patella stabilizers

Relief stabilizers of various shapes made in 2D technology. They are made of relieving foams connected on one side with a fabric friendly to the patient's skin, and on the other with a gripper, thanks to which the stabilizer can be attached to the adhesive element of the orthosis. Thanks to such a structure, these pads do not have to be sewn into the orthosis, and they can simply be fastened to it from the inside. These elements have an anatomical shape and are made of comfortable foam with proper hardness and elasticity, which guarantees the proper therapeutic effect.

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Accessories

ACCESSORIES / PRODUCTS TO BE USED WITH

Code OKD-16
Trade Name LOWER-EXTREMITY SUPPORT
Model LOWER-EXTREMITY SUPPORT OKD-16

CEMDClass I medical device in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2017/745 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 April 2017. on medical devices.