We are a CE, ISO and USFDA approved Finger Splints manufacturer.
= most common specifications
|Standard Finger Type (FGS-01)
|Double elastic velcro straps w/ plastic support; universal size.
|Trigger Finger Type (FGS-02)
|Elastic velcro straps w/ steel bracelet; universal size.
Finger splint is a medical device, made of plastic or metal and used to immobilize an injured finger throughout the healing process. Finger splints are designed to protect and provide comfortable support and can be applied for the injuries such as phalanx fractures, jamming injuries, dislocated fingers, joint stiffness and chronic pain.
STAYGUARD™ IS THE BRAND OF CHOICE
StayGuard™ brand of Finger Splints is uniquely positioned as the brand of choice for medical professionals with distribution to both developed and developing markets. Made with best-quality medical-grade materials, our Finger Splints are ISO, CE, and USFDA certified.
Finger Splints help to stabilize the finger thereby eliminating the pain that comes through unintended finger movements and promoting the healing process. The design of our Finger Splints features the strong fastening strap that will reduce sliding around and bunching up during the day. The material provides plenty of airflows, so the patient won’t feel sweaty when wearing Finger Splints.
Our finger Splints are easy to use and do not require specially trained physicians to apply, which makes them a convenient tool in providing first-aid and avoiding high costs associated with medical treatment at hospitals. First, clean the wound and stop bleeding. Also, apply a thin layer of antibiotic cream and cover the wound with sterile gauze pads. Our one-size-fits-most finger splint can be worn on any finger, on either one of your hands. It’s easily adjusted thanks to fasteners on the side. Always inspect your skin for irritation and reddened areas after wearing the brace. If they appear, you may have to readjust your splint.
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How long should I wear a finger splint?
You may need to wear a finger splint for 6 to 10 weeks until your injury heals completely. You may need to continue to use finger splint during sports activities for another 6 to 8 weeks.
How do I take care of my finger splint?
You have to remove your finger splint every day to wash your finger. When your splint is off, do not try to bend the tip of your finger. Put your splint back on as soon as possible. Make sure the splint is in the same place.
Can I remove my finger splint to do some exercises?
Yes. The splint can be removed for tendon gliding exercises several times a day. However, we still recommend that you consult your physician before doing so.
What can be done if the finger splint feels too tight or loose sometimes?
Because even very small changes in swelling, time of day or temperature affect how the finger splints fit, we recommend trying to readjust them. If your fingers are slightly swollen in the morning, the finger splints might be too tight to wear when you awaken. If your hands get cold, your fingers may be smaller than usual and the splints can become too big.