RCAI Pediatric Resting Hand Information
Offers a functional resting hand position following injury or surgery, burns, provides support to unstable wrists, and can be used for the prevention and treatment of wrist and finger contractures. Constructed of a lightweight, durable Kydex plastic, the Pediatric Resting Hand can be heat molded at low temperature to meet individual patient needs.
The washable breathable wicking liner eliminates potential pressure points while moisture is wicked away, keeping the skin dry and comfortable.
- Heat moldable thermoplastic for patient customization
- The raised lateral palmar ridges of the orthosis discourage radial or ulnar deviation
and reinforce the orthosis to accommodate muscle tone and spasticity
- The RHO offers a functional resting hand position following stroke, trauma
and injury as secondary casting post-surgically and can be used for the treatment
of rheumatoid arthritis, arthroplasties, burns, and early wrist and finger contractures
- The breathable foam liner wicks moisture away from the skin
The RCAI Pediatric Resting Hand offers a resting hand position following injury, surgery, burns and finger contractures.
- Decreases pain from contractures
- Adjustability of fit
- Improve patient compliance
- Improve healing time
This brace is rated Professional
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|Size||Measure Width of Palm||Product Length|
|Toddler||1.25 - 1.75" (3.2 - 4.4 cm)||7" (17.8 cm)|
|Child||1.75 - 2" (4.4 - 5.1 cm)||8" (20.3 cm)|
|Youth||2 - 2.5" (5.1 - 6.4 cm)||9" (22.9 cm)|
|Extra Small||2 - 2.5" (5.1 - 6.4 cm)||10" (25.4 cm)|
|Small||2.5 - 3" (6.4 - 7.6 cm)||11" (27.9 cm)|
the incidence of Pediatric Hand Injuries?
Hand injuries are the most common bodily injury in youth and young children.
The index finger and little finger are the most common finger injuries, with crush injuries accounting form most of these injuries.
HCPCS Code: L3807