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Universal Tri-Panel Knee Immobilizer

Universal Tri-Panel Knee Immobilizer

The tri-panel knee immobilizer is a great choice for patients who require full knee immobilization. Perfect for ACL, MCL, PCL as well as soft tissue injuries, the tri-panel is fully adjustable to accommodate a wide variety of thigh and calf sizes, and is available in lengths ranging from 16"-24".

HCPCS Code
L1830
Key Features
  • Unique design fits most thigh and calf sizes
  • Sturdy construction provides full knee immobilization
Indications for Use
  • ACL, MCL, PCL, and LCL injuries
  • Soft tissue injures
  • Post-operative knee immobilization
Manufacturer
Comfortland Medical
Manuf. Part No.
  • CK-150
  • CK-151
  • CK-153
  • CK-155
  • CK-157
Size Chart
Size Measurement
14" immobilizer One size fits all
16" immobilizer One size fits all
18" immobilizer One size fits all
20" immobilizer One size fits all
24" immobilizer One size fits all

 

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