Rolyan Gauntlet Thumb Spica Splint

Rolyan Gauntlet Thumb Spica Splint

  • FSA Approved

Rolyan Gauntlet Precut Thumb Spica Splint is designed to immobilize the thumb MCP joint, and to treat arthritis or tenosynovitis. The pre-cuts plus versions have a perforation pattern for increased air circulation under the splint, resulting in more wearing comfort. It has solid edges to facilitate edge-finishing.

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
550421 Polyflex OptiPerf, White, Small up to 3 1/2" (8.9cm to 11.4cm) 3/Pack $1.44
$67.35
$48.09
550422 Polyflex OptiPerf, White, Medium 3-1/2" to 4-1/2" (8.9cm to 11.4cm) 3/Pack $1.66
$77.25
$55.19
550423 Polyflex OptiPerf, White, Large 4-1/2" to 5-1/4" (11.4cm to 13.3cm) 3/Pack $1.84
$85.65
$61.19
A67881 Polyflex Light Solid, White, Small up to 3-1/2" (8.9cm) 3/Pack $1.44
$67.35
$48.09
A67882 Polyflex Light Solid, White, Medium 3-1/2" to 4-1/2 " (8.9cm to 11.4 cm) 3/Pack $1.64
$76.55
$54.69
550427 Aquaplast-T OptiPerf, White, Medium 3-1/2" to 4-1/2" (8.9cm to 11.4cm) 3/Pack $1.68
$78.25
$55.89
A67883 Polyflex Light Solid, White, Large 4-1/2" to 5-1/4" (11.4cm to 13.3cm) 3/Pack $1.69
$78.65
$56.19
550428 Aquaplast-T OptiPerf, White, Large 4-1/2" to 5-1/4" (11.4cm to 13.3cm) 3/Pack $2.02
$94.25
$67.29
A67891 Aquaplast-T OptiPerf, White, Small up to 3-1/2" (8.9cm) 3/Pack $1.62
$75.75
$54.09
A67892 Aquaplast-T OptiPerf, White, Medium 3-1/2" to 4-1/2" (8.9cm to 11.4cm) 3/Pack $1.78
$82.85
$59.19
A67893 Aquaplast-T OptiPerf, White, Large 4-1/2" to 5-1/4" (11.4cm to 13.3cm) 3/Pack $2.13
$99.25
$70.89
560587 Aquaplast-T ProDrape, Charcoal, Medium 3-1/2" to 4-1/2" (8.9cm to 11.4cm) 3/Pack $1.45
$67.65
$48.29
560588 Aquaplast-T ProDrape, Charcoal, Large 4-1/2" to 5-1/4" (11.4cm to 13.3cm) 3/Pack $1.54
$72.05
$51.49
560586 Aquaplast-T ProDrape, Charcoal, Small up to 3-1/2" (8.9cm) 3/Pack $1.62
$75.55
$53.99

Rolyan Gauntlet Spica Splint Features

  • Rolyan Precut Splint comes in 3 sizes
  • Invert the pre-cut form for right or left hand application
  • To determine size, measure across the dorsal surface of the MCP joints including the soft tissue
  • Latex-free

When to use Rolyan Gauntlet Thumb Splint?

  • Cumulative trauma injuries 
  • deQuervains syndrome
  • MCP joint collateral ligament injury
  • Gamekeepers thumb
  • Acute arthritis
  • MCP joint replacement

When to not use Thumb Spica Splint ?

  • Not in the presence of severe edema
  • Not for the acute phase of most thumb fractures

What to buy with Gauntlet Thumb Spica Splint


How to use Rolyan Gauntlet Thumb Spica Splint?

The splint blank can be applied to either hand- simply invert the splint blank. Correct placement of the splint blank is between the thumb and index finger, with the slot toward the index. When applied, the splint divides at the slot, with the two parts covering the dorsal and volar surfaces of the hand and the proximal edge surrounding the thumb.
  1. Heat splint blank as follows: Soften in water heated to approximately 160°F (70°C) until pliable. (Refer to the instructions for Rolyan splinting materials for information about working with specific splinting materials.) Remove from heat pan and place on a towel on a flat surface. Blot excess water.
  2. Mold the splint blank around the thumb
  3. The splinting material at the thumb can be overlapped or pinched together excess material of the pinched seam can be trimmed carefully with a scissors.
  4. The splint can be trimmed and the edges flared if necessary.
  5. Apply a strap to the ulnar aspect of the splint, connecting the volar and dorsal sides of the splint

How to clean and care the Roylan Thumb Splint?

  • The splint will lose its shape in temperatures over 135°F (57°C). It should be kept away from sources of heat such as ovens, hot water, open flames, and sunny car windows.
  • The splint can be cleaned with soap and lukewarm water and allowed to dry thoroughly before reapplication.

Precautions
  • This splint is to be fitted initially by a healthcare professional who is familiar with the purpose for which it is prescribed. The healthcare professional is responsible for providing wearing instructions and precautions to other healthcare practitioners, care providers involved in the patient's care, and the patient.
  • If unusual swelling, skin discoloration, or discomfort occurs, use should be discontinued and a healthcare professional consulted.
  • Be careful that the straps are not so tight that they interfere with circulation.
  • After heating splinting material, always check its temperature before applying it to the patient


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