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AliMed Inflatable Carrot Finger Orthosis is the answer to your toughest hand contracture problems. This orthosis is an inflatable cone-shaped tube covered with velvety bacteriostatic cloth. With the carrot deflated and the cover in place, the orthosis is pulled into the severely contracted hand using a placement wand. Once inserted into the hand, the Carrot can be gradually inflated to reduce even the most severe contracture. Ideal for patients experiencing extreme pain or significant anxiety with splint placement.
7-1/4"L, 5-3/4" maximum circumference (fully inflated) Bacteriostatic layer Plastic inflator bulb
Accessory Kit contains two cloth covers, inflator bulb, and two wands (one required per Carrot).
Suggested code: L3923.
AliMed Carrot Hand Contracture Treatments:
Not for use or sale in the EU.
No more prying contracted fingers open to scrub the hand or wrestling
to get hand splints in place. The AliMed Carrot Orthosis System
gently opens the hand gradually enough to allow access for better
hygiene and easier positioning for traditional hand splints. Clearly
numbered markings and the graduated carrot shape provide caregivers a
way to accurately measure a patient's progress for assured
For the most severely contracted hands, choose the Inflatable Carrot.
When deflated, this carrot can easily be pulled through a clenched fist. As the carrot is
gently, partially inflated with the included inflation bulb, the hand contracture is
stretched and relaxed allowing more air to be gradually added to the carrot. This way, the progressive
hand contracture reduction continues without pain or trauma to the patient.
Guide to the other AliMed Carrot Hand Contracture Solutions:
Antimicrobial Hand Contracture Carrots
- Help treat hand contractures and help reduce bacteria
Original Hand Contracture Carrots
- 2 color-coded sizes for specific hand contracture needs
Hand Contracture and Hygiene Kit
- Antimicrobial carrot with swabs for added hand cleaning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including DI(2-ETHYLHEXYL) PHTHALATE (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.