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Extremity_Shoulder / Shoulder Abduction Sling Standard Position

Shoulder Abduction Sling Standard Position
Shoulder Abduction Sling Standard Position
Shoulder Abduction Sling Standard Position
Shoulder Abduction Sling Standard Position
Shoulder Abduction Sling Standard Position
Shoulder Abduction Sling Standard Position
Shoulder Abduction Sling Standard Position
Shoulder Abduction Sling Standard Position

Shoulder Abduction Sling Standard Position

United Ortho's Shoulder Sling Series provides multiple options for post-operative care - immobilization, abduction, and external rotation. The innovative design creates maximum comfort and support for the patient recovering from shoulder surgery or injury.

HCPCS Code
L3660
Key Features
  • Ambidextrous design fits left or right arm
  • Telescoping frame fits most arm lengths
  • Universal size
  • Abducts at 15, 30, 60, and 90 degrees
Indications for Use
  • Anterior glenohumeral dislocation/subluxation
  • Capsular shifts
  • Posterior shoulder repair
  • Post-operative Bankart procedures
  • Soft tissue strains/repairs
  • Rotator cuff repairs
Manufacturer
United Ortho
Manuf. Part No.
  • 200050-03
  • 200050-05
  • 200050-07
  • 200050-08
Size Chart
Size Measurement
Small up to 11"
Medium 11" - 13"
Large 13" - 15"
XLarge 15"+
Left/Right
Universal

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