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A traction splint is a medical device used to immobilize and stabilize a fractured limb. It is used to reduce pain and prevent further damage to the limb by providing traction to the affected area. Traction splints are commonly used in emergency situations, such as motor vehicle accidents, falls, and other traumatic injuries. The splint consists of a rigid frame, straps, and a traction device. The frame is typically made of aluminum or steel and is designed to fit the patient’s body shape. The straps are adjustable and are used to secure the splint to the patient’s limb. The traction device is used to apply a steady, gentle force to the affected limb.
The price range for traction splints can vary depending on the type and manufacturer. Basic models can cost as little as $100, while more advanced models can cost up to $500. Popular manufacturers of traction splints include DeRoyal, Ferno, and SAM Medical. These manufacturers offer a wide range of traction splints, from basic models to more advanced models with additional features.