Treatment of diabetic plantar lesions, post-operative/traumatic phases and foot fractures.
Low leg-foot brace with pre-arranged components directly adaptable to the patient. High heat-moldable heel counter, breathable and washable upper.
Rigid anti-flexion and anti-torsion insole. Fully Rocking bottom with movement control and pressure load redistribution.
Diabetic plantar ulcer with vascular complications in the leg, neuroischemic ulcer (before and after revascularization), with addition of the Optima Puzzle Kit 3×3 insole. Compound fracture of the metatarsals. Post-amputation rehabilitation of the fingers. Stabilization before surgery. Finger fracture and postoperative management for finger surgery.
The cleaning of the product must be carried out as follows:
Rigid support: in the dishwasher (maximum temperature: 45°) or by hand with mild soap and cold-water rinsing. Soft coating , Sole, tibial reinforcement: use cold water and clean with mild soap; rinse once the operation is completed. Straps, Buckles, Sock: washing machine, cold water. Screw buttons, and Nut elements: once removed, they must be cleaned with a soft cloth and dedicated galvanized steel cleaning product (screw buttons) and a dedicatedproduct for galvanized iron (nut elements).
Avoid any corrosive liquids such as alcohol, bleach, ammonia, solvents, peroxides or optical bleaching agents. Avoid using abrasive rubbers such as brushes, steel wool, and sand paper, or a knife blade to remove stains. Optima Molliter S.r.l. shall not be held liable for damages caused by abrasive products that attack the materials and by direct exposure to heat sources. Dry by hand with a soft cloth or air dry away from heat sources; avoid direct sunlight. Do not use driers or drying machines/tumble dryers.
The KIT 3X3 modular system, standard on SBI Motus and SBI W-Heel and optional on SBI Frame, has been designed to redistribuite plantar pressures and manage pressure ulcers/lesions of the forefoot, mid foot and heel. The 3x3 Kit must be customized only by doctors nurses or orthopedic technicians.
Tutorial realizzato in collaborazione con il Dottor Gabriele Montini.