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splints

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brachial plexus injury flail arm splint
radial nerve palsy dynamic wrist, finger, and thumb extension splint
median nerve injury opponens splint, C bar, or thumb post splint
ulnar nerve injury dynamic/static splint to position MPs in flexion
combined median ulnar figure of 8 or dynamic MCP flexion splint
spinal cord (c6-c7) tenodesis splint
carpal tunnel syndrome wrist splint positioned in neutral
cubital tunnel syndrome elbow splint positions at 30 deg flexion
dequervians thumb splint, includes wrist, IP joint free
skier's thumb hand based thumb splint
CMC arthritis hand based thumb splint
ulnar drift ulnar drift splint
flexor tendon injury dorsal protection splint
swan neck silver rings or buttonhole splint
boutonniere deformity silver rings or PIP extension splint
arthritis functional splint or safe splint depending on stage
flaccidity resting hand splint
spasticity spasticity splint (abduct fingers) or cone splint
hand burns wrist 15 to 30 deg extension, MCP 50-70 deg flexion, and IPs in full extension