The Slishman Traction Splint is a new innovative traction device. This is the only traction splint on the market that allows traction to be pulled from the hip. The lower hitch can be attached proximal to the calf, enabling traction splinting in case of lower extremity trauma. It's easily applied during manual traction, another difference from its competitors. Light, compact and one-size fits all, the Slishman traction splint quickly adjusts to every patient.
Slishman Traction Splint
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