Manumed RFX

Wrist and forearm brace for immobilisation
  • Can be used instead of a plaster cast
  • extra-long anatomically pre-moulded and adjustable splints
  • breathable and elastic mesh material, easy to put on
Product variety
Standard colours
Grey
Variants
Men's sizing
Women's sizing
Material components
Aluminium, polyamide, polyurethane, polyethylene
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Manumed RFX wrist and forearm brace

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The wrist and forearm can be immobilised with the Manumed RFX forearm brace. It can also be used instead of a plaster cast. The brace comes equipped with extra-long aluminium splints that are anatomically pre-moulded and individually adaptable to give stability. Furthermore, the highly elastic mesh material ensures high level of breathability. Thanks to the extra-wide opening, the brace is easy to put on.

The Manumed RFX can be used for all indications in which an immobilisation of the wrist with free finger mobility is necessary, such as:

  • Immobilisation after distorsions
  • Tendonitis and / or tenosynovitis
  • After distal radius fracture (nonsurgical, postoperative)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Postoperative after triangular fibrocartilage complex repair
  • Guyon's canal syndrome

Another benefit of Manumed RFX: immobilisation of the wrist can prevent movement-related pain. The brace can also be worn with a dressing. The mobility of the fingers and the thumb is preserved thereby.

Mode of action
  • Effective immobilisation thanks to extralong dorsal and volar splints.
  • Can be used instead of a plaster cast.
  • Stabilisation of the wrist without exerting pressure
  • Secure immobilisation of the wrist and forearm while ensuring that the finger and thumb can move freely
  • Movement-related pain can be prevented by immobilisation
  • Easy and non-painful to put on, bandage can be worn beneath
Intended purpose

Wrist brace for immobilizing the wrist in at least two directions of mobilisation.

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Indications

All indications in which an immobilization of the wrist in at least two directions of movement with free finger mobility is necessary, such as:

  • Immobilisation after distorsions
  • Tendonitis and / or tenosynovitis
  • After distal radius fracture (nonsurgical, postoperative)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Postoperative after triangular fibrocartilage complex repair
  • Guyon's canal syndrome
Contraindications
  • Unstable fractures of the hand

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