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Splints, Padded Stays

Definition : Splints typically used on hands, wrists, and arms to support existing injuries or prevent future complications. They usually consist of straps and/or elastic material that keep in place one or two firm, padded strips of aluminum or plastic (i.e., stays).

UMDC code : 13686


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Alex Orthopedic Inc

Alex Orthopedic, Inc. began in 1986 selling orthopedic products primarily into the Texas DME market. Since then, pillow products, DME products, diagnostic products, and hosiery products have been added. The acquisition of Mountain Properties in late 2005 added an entire line of canes and walking sticks.

AliMed Inc

AliMed is an American manufacturing company and supplier of high quality products — everything from pre-formed orthoses, alarms for fall management, cushions, diagnostic imaging and operating room accessories, orthopedic rehabilitation equipment, ergonomic workplace solutions and emergency preparedness.

Briggs Healthcare

Briggs Healthcare has grown to be one of the largest privately held manufacturers and distributors of medical documentation, charting systems and healthcare products

CFI Medical Solutions

CFI Medical Solutions is an FDA-registered medical device manufacturer. We can CE mark your products for selling in the European Union, we are ISO 13485 certified, and familiar with the wide range of regulatory requirements in the medical device industry.

DeRoyal Industries Inc

DeRoyal manufactures healthcare products worldwide. Each product in DeRoyal's Surgical & Acute Care, Orthopedics & Patient Care, and Wound Care divisions exists in response to real needs, based on the advice and input of clinicians. We keep innovating because it's part of our heritage. What we develop and manufacture today will shape the future of medicine.

e-life International Co Ltd

e-life International Co Ltd

Everdixie USA EMS Supply Co

Dixie USA EMS Supply Co. has been serving EMS Corps, fire departments, hospitals, state and city agencies, and the military for over three decades.As the technology and challenges facing the modern EMS professional evolve at a quickening pace, we at Dixie EMS stand at the cutting edge of the industry featuring the newest and most innovative products on the market.

Faretec Inc

FareTec, Inc. is a Medical device manufacturer, founded in 1991. Our facility is located in Painesville OH, 20 miles East of Cleveland. We specialize in devices for pre-hospital care both in the civilian and military markets, domestically and abroad.

Frank Stubbs Co Inc

Since 1968, Frank Stubbs Co., Inc. has been a leader in the medical industry with its innovative design and manufacturing of quality orthopedic supports and braces, as well as a complete line of compression garments for the plastic surgery market. At our 50,000 sq. ft. facility in Oxnard, California, we manufacture over 300 medical products for our Flex-Support and Wrap-Rite product lines.

G Weinmann AG

G Weinmann AG

Harvy Surgical Supply Corp

Harvy Surgical Supply Corporation is a fifth generation family owned business that has grown over the past 107 years to be the largest manufacturer of walking canes in North America . Our factory is located in Flushing , NY and we bend thousands of walking canes every day.

Iron Duck

Our world headquarters is located next to Westover Air Force Base at the cross roads of New England providing easy access to all forms of transportation.Iron Duck is the brand name of products produced by Fleming Industries, Inc. a USA owned multi generational family business that designs, manufactures and markets products to the Emergency Medical markets world wide

Kentron Health Care Inc

Maramed Orthopedic Systems

Maramed Orthopedic Systems was established in 1972 by Alan R. Finnieston, CPO and Harry Shufflebarger, MD. Their goal was to market the custom fit prefabricated orthoses and fracture braces they helped research and develop with the Department of Orthopedics at the University of Miami. They strongly believed that the anatomically correct fully functional orthopedic devices, resulting from their R&D, would accommodate the vital needs of the patient and the practitioner.

Medicom Corp

Medicom Corp

Morrison Medical

our loyal distributors and to the dedicated end users of our products for helping make Morrison Medical what it is today. We are committed to serving you in the future as we have since 1970. In fact, our newer modern facility enables us to increase our capacity and to expand our scope to include contract manufacturing and fulfillment services. Our sewing operations include pattern stitching, bar tacking, and straight sewing. We fabricate and customize foam products to suit any application, including hot melt, coat, cover and assembly.

Ortho Care Inc

Owens & Minor

Owens & Minor is the leading distributor of medical and surgical supplies to the acute-care market and a leading provider of healthcare supply-chain management solutions. Most of O&M's sales consist of consumable goods such as disposable gloves, dressings, endoscopic products, intravenous products, needles and syringes, sterile procedure trays, surgical products and gowns, urological products and wound closure products.

Precision Dynamics Corp

More than 50 years of experience, Precision Dynamics is the global leader in positive ID solutions that provide positive clinical outcomes. Our healthcare wristband and label systems are used in all of the leading hospitals worldwide and reach every touch point in the delivery of care — from admissions to discharge. PDC products also meet important patient safety guidelines of The Joint Commission, FDA, AHA, and HIPAA.

Rockford Medical & Safety Co

Seattle Systems Inc

Seattle Systems, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of orthopedic and rehabilitation products. Its product line includes orthotic bracing, cold therapy, sports medicine, and artificial limb components and systems. The company's Micro-Cool Therapy system is used in hospitals, rehabilitation clinics, and other treatment facilities.

Smith & Nephew Inc (Canada) Orthopaedic

Smith & Nephew Inc (Canada) Orthopaedic

Smith & Nephew Inc Orthopaedic

First we will reinforce our position in the Established Markets (US, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Japan). We see opportunities to build upon existing strong positions, to win market share through greater innovation and drive efficiencies to liberate resources. Through these actions we will meet the challenges of subdued markets, maintain revenue growth and maximise margins.

Smith & Nephew Ltd (Hong Kong)

Smith & Nephew Ltd (Hong Kong)

Smith & Nephew Pte Ltd

Smith & Nephew Pte Ltd

Smith & Nephew srl

Smith & Nephew srl

Southern Prosthetic Supply Inc

Surgical Appliance Industries

Surgical Appliance Industries (SAI) got its start in 1893, founded as the Ohio Truss Company ("OTC"), by Joel Adams and his son-in-law Isaac Pease. The two had become partners some years earlier by manufacturing livery items like leather saddles and bridles and selling them in the bustling Port of Cincinnati to settlers on their way west. However, the advent of the automobile meant the end of the line for many businesses like this.

Tartan Orthopedics Ltd

We manufacture an entire line of orthopedic products. For more than 34 years we have supplied the medical community with orthopedic medical devices (appliances) such as sacro lumbar belts, dorsal lumbar belts both corsets and moldable insert, Ottenberg style elbow splint,pelvic traction belts, arm slings, cervical collars, acromioclavicular splints, ankle supports,ect.

TETRA Medical Supply Corp

The Tetra Company was founded in Chicago, IL, in a single office on the second floor at 350 N. Clark Street, in 1913 with one product - "The TETRA Bandage" - an all cotton bandage that derived its "stretch" by twisting the cotton threads very tightly.

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