AliMed Multiform Multiform Max, 24"W x 36"L x 1/8" thick, Solid Sheet, 1/cs - 4662
Product Specification: Multiform Max, 24"W x 36"L x 1/8" thick, Solid Sheet, 1/cs - 4662
- The most conforming material you'll ever use
Best for painful or post-surgical application. Materials require only a light touch to stretch or fold. Patients with weakness or pain will appreciate how easily the material conforms to contours with minimal handling. Recommended for face, neck, hand and wrist splints.
Best for neurological and orthopedic patients. Materials require constant pulling and continual effort to contour. Can be handled forcefully, making them ideal for beginner or infrequent splinters. Use when holding patient in a stretched position to correct deformity (ie. spasticity, abnormal tone, contracture or fractures). Use for larger orthoses: elbow, forearm, shoulder, trunk, and lower extremity. Available in nonstick or self-stick.
A study at Gillis W. Long Hansen's Disease Center in Carville, Louisiana, proved it.* In the same study, Multiform Plastic was exceptionally rigid when fully cooled.
When you need highly detailed splints or a material that will stand up to heavy-duty use, choose Multiform Plastic. Available either in nonstick or self-stick. Use Nonstick for routine use, use self-stick when an outrigger is required.
makes an exceptionally comfortable splint that's half the weight. Particularly appropriate for splinting patients with arthritis. Use to make light, compact finger splints. It works fast... ready to use in just 10 seconds. Try it today!
AliMed Multiform Trial Pack Experiment with our line of Multiform materials to see which ones meet your clinic's needs. Includes enough material to create two WHO splints - one 1/8" x 6" x 18" solid sheet of each of the following materials: Multiform Max, Multiform Clear and Multiform Plastic Non-Bond and Self-Bond.
* Breger-Lee, Donna and Bufor, William, "Update in Splinting Materials and Methods,"Hand Clinics, W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, Volume 7, No. 3, August 1991, pp. 568-585.